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Murdered Soul Suspect

Platform : PlayStation 4
Rated: Mature
127 customer reviews
Metascore: 59 / 100

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  • A compelling and twisting storyline supported by a great cast of intriguing characters to make you constantly question the secrets that Salem hides, Motion capture and voice acting provides an incredibly realistic and believable experience
  • Move freely from one haunting location to the next in this brooding city with deep-rooted ties to the supernatural and mysterious, Even if you have completed your investigation, return to previous scenes to follow new leads
  • Survive powerful demonic spirits that devour souls in the belief that they can regain their own as you strategically use supernatural abilities to evade and outwit them before they can tear away your soul forever
  • Investigate by using supernatural skills, possess people to read their minds, Follow leads by walking-through walls, teleporting and discover new information by revealing memories or interrogating the dead, Use poltergeist skills to create distractions
  • Seek-out hundreds of collectibles, side-quests and cases from Salem's citizens past to learn facts about the town and its people, improve your detective ranking and help you piece together the truth about the killer
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Platform:PlayStation 4

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 chequered 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. As Ronan, use powerful supernatural abilities to freely explore the shadowy afterlife. Unable to communicate with the detectives on his case, Ronan must read the minds of the living, influencing their thoughts and actions, and interrogate Salem’s dead to piece together the truth. The afterlife is not a safe place however, and his investigations are threatened by demonic spirits wanting to devour his soul

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Platform: PlayStation 4
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  • ASIN: B00I0574EW
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 2.9 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 3, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,697 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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68 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Z. on June 3, 2014
Platform for Display: PlayStation 4
First, I should mention, if you're seeking an action-packed game, you should probably look elsewhere. 95% of the gameplay is as follows: you walk around, you find clues, you pick up collectibles, you piece together the clues to solve the investigation, and that's essentially the entire game. The other 5% of gameplay is stealth based, you occasionally have to work your way around demons by either getting by them without them seeing you or picking them off one by one via stealth by getting behind them and performing a takedown. The game itself is probably most similar to LA Noire mixed with Beyond: Two Souls or Heavy Rain in this regard.

The gameplay is extremely simplistic, the puzzles/investigations aren't that difficult to figure out and there's no way you can fail them since you get unlimited chances to pick the correct answer that you need. There's no alternate paths like LA Noire if you pick the wrong answer, there's only one right answer and if you don't know it, just pick each possible choice and eventually you will get it with no consequences for failing. The only way you can fail in the game is if a demon gets you and those sections are also extremely easy, so there's almost no difficulty factor in this game whatsoever, come to think of it, there's not even a difficulty setting, hence why this game is not for everyone since there's virtually no challenge involved like most other video games. This is game is meant to be an experience like Beyond: Two Souls and Heavy Rain, not a challenge or a test of skill.

The game is open world, but it's similar to how the Batman Arkham games are where each chapter of the game takes place in a different building, all linked together by an open world.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Madison on June 28, 2014
Platform for Display: PlayStation 4 Verified Purchase
I'm a female gamer. While I am quite selective about the games I play (Resident evil, Dead Space, Silent Hill, Alan Wake to name a few), I generally like games that are story-driven. The reason why I read books, watch movies, play games is because I want to be entertained and immersed into the story. I was looking forward to this game since last year, and it doesn't disappoint. This game will appeal to both casual and hardcore gamers.

You're a ghost who's trying to solve your own murder. Reminds me of Ghost starring Swazye. If you're looking for a shooting game, then look elsewhere. Seriously, this isn't a weapon-wielding-run-and-gun-em kinda game. In fact, you can't even carry a weapon (what with your being a ghost). There is no combat system. You spend most of the time collecting collectibles (I love exploring), learning the characters' backstory, and honing your detective skills. You meet other ghosts that are stuck in this realm and try to help them move on. You can possess people and peek at their notes, read their thoughts and eavesdrop. I sometimes like to possess people just to see what they're thinking,even if it isn't directly related to an investigation. What can I say, I'm voyeuristic. LOL.

The only combat scenes are when you're trying to elude a demon by hiding and/or execute 'em by pressing the appropriate buttons. You can die if the demons get ahold of you, but you come back to the same place. This game is reminiscent of L.A Noire. While L.A Noire can be slightly punishing ( in terms of rank and such), this game isn't. Even if you get the answers wrong during an investigation, you can still progress by re-trying until you get it right. This game is very beautiful with great voice acting. The gameplay is very intuitive. I love walking through walls and objects.
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40 of 48 people found the following review helpful By csprosise on June 4, 2014
Platform for Display: PlayStation 4
This game has awesome simplistic game play that anyone, of any age could handle. The only "mature" thing about this game is the language and theme. The game play is good, although there is a share of bugs (white screen, freezing, getting stuck inside someone to name a few...) and it also is consistent the whole game.

The "puzzles" are easy. There is no difficulty setting and the AI are incredibly stupid. You can literally just switch back inforth between two "dwelling spirits" until they go away and the game is short, I cleared the game with all side mission (not collectibles) in under 8 hours... there are no alternative endings.

The games has a great story, with a cinematic feel like Heavy Rain and Beyond two souls but it doesn't have the polish and creativity of them...

I feel awful because my parents are in a tight spot financially and dished out $60 for a game (birthday present) that didn't even last me half a day...

-Great Story
-Good Voice Acting

-Extremely Short Game (8- Hours)
-No difficulty setting
-No replay-ability
-No polish - lots of bugs
-Stupid AI bots

Play it for the story but wait for a price drop. I wouldn't say this game is worth a penny over $30
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By B. Wright on August 8, 2014
Platform for Display: PlayStation 4
I'm going start by saying that I don't like Amazon's star rating descriptions. Typically, I would rate this game 2 stars out of 5. Not because 'I don't like it', but because it's short. I actually do like this game quite a lot.. but, and there's always a but to Square Enix games, it's doesn't deserve more than 3 stars. If this game were about 4 times longer and much more open world, it would have gotten at least 4 stars. Let's get going.

This is not your typical shooter. This game follows in the footsteps of L.A. Noire in its investigation pieces. You play as a cop who, early in the game, gets killed. As a ghost, your character is required to 'investigate' his own death to be at peace with it and move on. This is not your typical shooter where you run around killing people. In fact, you don't kill anyone in this game. You are simply there to act like a cop and investigate clues... and not get soul sucked by a demon.

In that goal, you're led through a city where you gain ghostly powers along the way such as walking through things, teleportation, limited possession of people and animals, second sight when you touch objects or people and a few other limited powers. None of the powers allow you to interact with the human world directly. You only end up doing that through Joy, a medium who can see and talk to ghosts.

However, the town is small and the quests are repetitive and limited. In fact, you visit some locations twice. The clues given aren't always obvious which ones to pick as they're shown in a cryptic way. But, you have unlimited chances to pick the correct choices, so there's no worry about not moving on in the game.

Unfortunately, Square Enix missed a lot of opportunities to extend this game and make it a whole lot better.
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