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Square Enix Releases Murdered: Soul Suspect Announcement Trailer

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Square Enix today released a new announcement trailer for their newest IP, Murdered: Soul Suspect. Murdered: Soul Suspect is a supernatural thriller about a Salem, MA detective who is tasked with solving a murder... his own.

I actually live about two minutes away from Salem, so I'm eager to see if Square Enix accurately depicts the historic town, and the crazies that live there. 

Murdered: Soul Suspect is slated for PC, Xbox 360, and the PS3 in early 2014. No next gen, unfortunately.
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