"Most people think that death is the end, but for me it was only the beginning." So narrates the unlikely named Ronan O'Connor in the latest Murdered: Soul Suspect trailer, proving that cliche exists in the spectral realm too. To recap: you're a dead detective, and you're trying to solve your own murder. You also battle demons because, hey, why not - your day's not likely to get any worse.
Murdered: Soul Suspect
E3 might be dead and gone for another year, but its noisy spirit lives on the form of gameplay footage, which has been trickling out ever since. The latest is for Airtight Games' cheery Murdered: Soul Suspect, in which you play a dead cop trying to solve his own murder. It's a bit like Ghost! Only with less Whoopi Goldberg, presumably. The bumper 25-minute video crams in plenty of investigation and exorcism, but I'm most impressed by your ability to walk through walls without the aid of a no_clip cheat.
Square Enix has just released an announcement trailer for its upcoming post-death detective game Murdered: Soul Suspect. Murdered was already announced back in February, but I suppose we should avoid getting hung up on semantics.
"The hardest murder to solve is your own," states the trailer for Square Enix's newly announced Murdered: Soul Suspect. Well yes, I'd imagine it is. By and large, being dead isn't conducive to rigorous detective work. Unless you're Hopkirk of Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased). And even he had a guy to pick things up for him.