Is Quantic Dream’s Next Game “Horizon”?

By Ishaan . June 1, 2010 . 3:39pm

David Cage Our apologies in advance for all the question marks you’re likely to see in our headlines for the next two weeks — it’s an unavoidable side-effect of the period leading up to E3 as all manner of leaks and rumours make their way on to the Internet well before they were meant to be revealed.


That said, this one’s particularly juicy.


VG247 are reporting it has come to their attention that Heavy Rain director David Cage is casting for a project titled “Horizon” in Los Angeles. Horizon, which VG247’s source tells them will be published by Sony, is reportedly about a “curious man raised very insularly meeting a free woman who is hesitant to exercise her freedom.” The protagonistic
couple in question are believed to be in their twenties.


Earlier in March of this year, Cage revealed that Quantic Dream’s next project following Heavy Rain had already been written and that it would be significantly different from its predecessor.

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  • Aoshi00

    Sweet…I wonder how long it would take for us to see their next game though.. after Indigo Prophecy and especially Heavy Rain (trophy at 72% now..), I would play anything from Quantic Dream. David Cage is awesome :) Remedy’s Alan Wake is awesome too.

    BTW, the scene at the club w/ Madison was pretty fun :)

    • SeventhEvening

      I loved Heavy Rain and Indigo Prophesy, so whatever this is, I’m down.

      I want to play Alan Wake pretty bad, but money’s tight right now.
      (I’ve also seen you recommend Nier…I want to give it a try too…)

      • Aoshi00

        I was alrdy looking forward to Quantic Dream’s next game as soon as I put down Heavy Rain, just give me more :) However, I haven’t finished Indigo Prophecy yet, I got to the point when it started getting all weird w/ the Mayan thing.. I prefer Heavy Rain being more grounded in reality. and now it’s a little hard to get back to that since we’re so spoiled by the better graphics.. Nier and Alan Wake are definitely must-play, Nier’s a good RPG that I haven’t played in a long long while, so I hope you could pick it up when it’s cheaper later (though it was worth full price) When Alan Wake first came out they had a good deal too, $50 w/ $10 credit on Amazon, for $40 it’s definitely worth every penny, but I picked up the LE for $80 and there was no credit. It was a very well made package, there’s this commentary track you can switch on, I wonder if it works like audio commentary for movies on DVD. Recently they have deals on almost everything, and Kmart, Best Buy, Amazon are all price matching to compete. It’s a double edged sword though, it gets me to buy more but I actually don’t have time to play them all. So one has to prioritize, and games just drop in price so fast these days (I got Super SF IV for $35.99 and now it’s $27.99 w/ $10 credit on Amazon in just a month!).. But I haven’t been able to put Nier down, Alan Wake I’m taking my time to play in doses because it’s set up like a thriller TV series :)

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