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Murdered: Soul Suspect by Square Enix

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  • Intense Violence
  • Strong Language
  • Use of Alcohol
Murdered: Soul Suspect is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 10.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Publisher: Square Enix
  • Developer: Square Enix
  • Category: Role-Playing

Product Details:

Most people think that death is the end, but for Ronan O'Connor, a Salem police detective with a chequered past, it is just the beginning. When Ronan is caught in a violent burglary, his life is brought to an untimely and brutal end. Shocked to find himself in the afterlife, his only escape from the limbo world of Dusk' is to hunt down his killer using new-found supernatural abilities.

Set in Salem Massachusetts, players have the freedom to explore the New England-style wooden houses, narrow streets, gothic churches and historical landmarks for clues. They will need to battle demonic spirits to preserve their souls whilst uncovering the shocking revelations about who is responsible for their death.

Features

  • A dark, detective thriller with a unique supernatural twist: solving your own murder from the afterlife.
  • Investigate the world as only a ghost can: Possess humans and influence thoughts, interrogate other ghosts and use poltergeist abilities to create distractions.
  • Explore Salem, a town where strange things happen, to discover secrets hidden deep within the Dusk' world. Walk-through walls, teleport and reveal memories.
  • Survive soul devouring demons using a variety of tactics.
  • Who killed you and why? A rich tableau of characters and a dark, twisting storyline means anyone could be your killer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great game for mystery lovers This game is awesome. I don't know why there are so many low reviews of it. I liked the storyline, the graphics (especially going through objects) were pretty good. This game is great if you like mystery solving. It kept me going, was interested to see the next bit of the story when the previous would end.
Date published: 2017-01-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good game This game has a great story and good characters. Its just impossible to save a game then start back where you save since for me every time I play the game I am always having to start back at the begging level.
Date published: 2015-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Game I love these styles of games. They're interactive, fun, and interesting to play. It's not just another boring game where you just play the store. You have to pay attention to details.
Date published: 2014-10-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from addicting If you blast thru games shooting you probably won't care for this but if you like great storyline and characters and really getting into the game this is fun and addicting.
Date published: 2014-09-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great game First off, let me say its not for everyone. If you like mystery adventure games like Still Life, this game is perfect for you. There is not a lot of action, but this game isn't made to focus on it. Its about searching for clues and solving murders. There are plenty of twists and turns in the game. Its got some stealth elements in it, that are fairly easy. Plenty of collectibles that let you get to know the characters of the game. The sound is amazing. Extremely appropriate for the atmosphere that both the environment and game itself are trying to portray. If your looking for a game with a great story, chilling atmosphere, and an adventure without the hassle of a constant barrage of enemies, this is the game for you.
Date published: 2014-08-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Dont waste your Time Great concept TERRIBLE game. The action, which is whenever the demons decide to show up (maybe about 5 times theyll appear throughout the game) and there is no real challenge in defeating them. If you can press two buttons at the same time you can defeat a demon. The character The main characters background story is underwhelming and is never explored properly. You can help ghosts find peace by solving their murders or giving them information. This part of the game also wasnt utilized enough. Their were plenty of minor characters with interesting scenarios that you just brush off. The game gives you the option to help but.as you progress it suddenly isn't an option. Side characters Such as the teenage brat you help is the most annoying character ive Ever had the displeasure of assisting. Her repetitive "I dont need your help" is almost as bad as collecting your dead girlfriends thoughts. This character as about as much depth as a shallow grave of 2 inches deep. The mystery You can figure out yourself within an hour of gameplay. The game had many holes. Such as, how you were suddenly capable of exercising demons? Why are some of the older ghosts not demons? Why are there never enough obstacles? How can you solve a legend by collecting the same shot gun or the same rock as evidence? Powers You never use your powers enough. Walking through walls isnt all that impressive and is rarely used. Exercising demons.... Revealing ghost structures a rare occurrence Dissolving ghost structures pfft like maybe once did I have to Possessing anyone is the same as talking to any non influential character in a game. Repetitive and unnecessary. Dont waste your time on this game. I lost 10 hours of my life (thats with collecting every ghost story and julias ridiculous thoughts). Square Enix how could you?
Date published: 2014-07-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Story, With A Great Twist Murdered : Soul Suspect is a great game, for a small audience. Murdered : Soul Suspect has no shooting, no driving and is not fast paced. So you GTA Call of Duty-ers may not get so much into this. I would consider this more of a adult game, not because of the subject matter, but because of the speed. Any age can pick up the controller, with it's easy to use visuals and commands. The story is superb. I kept wanting to play the game not because of the graphics or the things I could do with my character, but because the storyline always has me in. I want to solve the mystery of who murdered me. I want to solve the mystery of the witness girl's mom. Or the drowned girl's death. As soon as you think the story slows down, it introduces something new for you to solve. Now though, it is an easy game with a great story, but sometimes, a bit too easy. Evidence is easily found. Solving cases seems more like putting together a 24-piece puzzle than a 100 or more piece puzzle. The constant use of cut scenes make it seem more like a movie than a game, and if I wanted to watch a movie, I would have watched a movie. And while other reviews I have found mention glitches like people walking through walls, it's okay. Like many games, they set up a set path for "Pedestrian A" to walk, but it does seem a bit lazy to just have them walk in a square, including walking through one wall on the south side of a building and reappear walking out of the east side of the same building. With that said, sometimes it does feel like the game was rushed. Some areas you want to know more about it's inhabitants and you're left with the one goal of getting Ronan from point A to point B. It does seem faulty sometimes. And above all, the reason this game is getting some bad reviews is because of it's great, but short story. I was able to complete the game in less than 12 hours, while games similar to this like Telltale's The Walking Dead took me days to complete. And that 12 hours includes all the extra side cases of other ghosts lost on Earth and not on the other side. Though I have spent most of this review taking apart the game, in all, I enjoyed it. The story is fantastic with some twists and turns. The demons give you the perfect adrenaline rush and puzzle solving. And you want to finish the game, not play it for sometime and then leave it because it's too long. I give this game 8 stars, but something that would have helped it is premiere at a lower cost, or even be digital only like Telltale games, which this game SO wants to be. Thank you to Square Enix for another good game.
Date published: 2014-06-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good story but too short The overall story was interesting but the game is beatable in a few short hours. I played the game through over a couple days due to a busy schedule, but after I beat the game, I went back and did a second play-through to finish the collectibles and completed the game in 4 hours. There's no post-game play so if you finish the game but missed something you wanted to do you have to start all over again. The game itself wasn't very challenging. A little problem-solving skill will get you through in a breeze. It's definitely worth a red box rental to play but I wouldn't recommend purchasing the game. You won't get your money's worth.
Date published: 2014-06-22
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