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Murdered: Soul Suspect (PC)
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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard Edition
Murdered: Soul Suspect is a dark, detective thriller with a supernatural twist: solving your own murder from the afterlife. Play as Ronan O’Connor, a Salem police detective with a checkered past, whose life is brought to an untimely end by a brutal killer. Trapped in a limbo world called Dusk, he is unable to find peace until he can bring his killer to justice.
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The are a few issues however, The game is short with a large proportion spent watching cut scenes. There are a number of side missions as well but there seemed little incentive to complete them as there was no reward other than finding out why a deceased character was upset. Many of the living and dead characters offer no value other than repeating two stock phrases and the challenge there is identifying the ones required to progress the story and ignoring the rest. Then there are the demon encounters meant to inject danger and tension into the quest but instead swiftly get repetitive and annoying.
I am very frustrated with this game as it is one of the few original concepts I have come across and any game where you are able to possess a cat should be supported. Although I wanted to find the killer it was frustrating at times and when completed I see little incentive to return.
Solving the case with the limitation of being a ghost would be impossible. Luckily, he finds a young psychic-medium girl called Joy whose abilities allow her to see and communicate with him. Although reluctant to team up, Ronan convinces them they need each other and share similar goals. Ronan needs to resolve the case and see his wife again, whereas Joy's Mum is missing and is in danger of the Bell Killer.
Since you are a ghost, you can pass through objects, but have several limitations. You cannot enter or exit buildings without going through an open door or window because each building in Salem has been consecrated. Once inside, you can pass through closed doors, unless they are blocked by ghostly objects. These ghostly objects are also scattered around the outdoor environments, so in the end; it doesn't play too different from other (non-ghost) games.
Another one of your ghostly abilities is possession. Once you have entered a living person's body, you can mind read them which gives you a couple of pieces of dialog. For the average person, it's just a throwaway comment, but this can give you clues if you are at a scene, either by directly reading their thoughts, or by viewing objects more closely through their eyes.Read more ›