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Recently murdered detective Ronan O’Connor begins to realize he’s the latest in a long line of killings in a new trailer for Murdered: Soul Suspect. The Bell Killer video focuses on a killer who is on a spree in Salem and his connection with O’Connor. For a more in-depth look at the game, check out this hour-plus-long video of panel with developer Airtight Games from PAX East 2014.
Square Enix’s upcoming supernatural procedural title from Airtight Games, Murdered: Soul Suspect, will be hitting store shelves on June 3. A pre-order bonus was also announced, an interactive digital strategy map. The map will be accessible on a computer or tablet and serve to help players find all of Salem’s goodies, from quests to Easter Eggs. Players will spend a lot of time roaming the city streets as recently deceased detective Ronan O’Connor, who must travel through the limbo world of Dusk as he searches for his murderer.
Square Enix and Airtight Games’s otherworldly police procedural title Murdered: Soul Suspect will be making its way to PS4 and Xbox One. According to the publisher, the new versions will feature native 1080p output and improved effects, such as subsurface scattering and an increased particle count. Soul Suspect was announced early last year for 360, PC, and PS3.
Square Enix has released a walkthrough of Airtight Games’ upcoming investigative action-adventure title Murdered: Soul Suspect. The developer-guided video, presented at E3, is over 25 minutes long and offers an extended look at what players can expect as recently deceased detective Ronan O’Connor. As a spirit stuck in the limbo world of Dusk, O’Connor must battle evil spirits while reading the minds of his fellow detectives and manipulating their actions in order to solve the mystery of his own murder.
Airtight Games’ Quantum Conundrum, the latest puzzler from Portal co-creator Kim Swift and company, is now available for PC on Steam and (contrary to earlier reports) other digital outlets. After the player’s eccentric uncle, Professor Quadwrangle, goes missing, they must make their way through his sprawling mansion and track him down using his Inter-Dimensional Shift Device. The device allows the user to enter alternate dimensions, where objects change mass and composition, and can be manipulated in order to progress from one room to the next.
Quantum Conundrum, the latest puzzler from Airtight Games, will be available for PC on June 21 exclusively on Steam. The console versions are set to launch on Live Arcade and PSN sometime this summer. Kim Swift, co-creator of the first Portal, serves as creative director for the environmental action-puzzler, which tasks players with finding their uncle, the eccentric Professor Quadwrangle, using his Inter-Dimensional Shift Device. The device will allow the user to enter alternate dimensions, where objects change mass and composition, and can be manipulated in order to progress from one room of the professor’s manor to the next.
Square Enix has announced a new first-person platform-puzzler from Airtight Games and Portal co-creator, Quantum Conundrum. The download-only release is scheduled to launch early next year for the 360, PC, and PS3. PAX attendees will be able to check out the game as well as a panel with the developers on Saturday, August 27 at 7:00 p.m. in the Pegasus Room.