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New Murdered: Soul Suspect Video Tracks the Bell Killer

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Square Enix and Airtight Games will release Murdered: Soul Suspect on unsuspecting gamers next month, but the game's mysterious and spiritual premise reveals deep gameplay that might force players to scratch their ghostly heads in confusion.

This is one whodunit that will keep you guessing even in death. The game follows dead Detective Ronan O'Connor, on the case of a brutal killer in Salem, Massachusetts but Ronan is not alone in his pursuit. For an overview of the systems in place in Murdered: Soul Suspect, check out the explainer trailer above and stick with GameRevolution for more soon.
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