Instead he wanted to move onto something more "personal, deeper, more adult" with no supernatural touch or world hanging in the balance. Cage enjoyed it but he's "moved on."
"After Indigo, I wanted to work on something different because I thought the game would be a commercial disaster. It was really different from what the industry was doing and there was absolutely no hype about emotion or narrative," Cage told in an interview.
"...I started thinking of Indigo 2 but I quickly realized I had nothing more to say on this story and these characters. I really enjoyed the time I spent with them, but they were attached to a moment in my life, and I had moved on."
"I wanted to write something more personal, deeper, more adult, with no world to save and no supernatural powers," he added.
What say you videogamer? Would you have enjoyed a second Indigo Prophecy?