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Murdered: Soul Suspect (pc game)
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Whodunnit?

Soul Suspect certainly deserves a few points for trying to do something different, and if you are looking for a gripping detective story that doesn't rely on action to tell its story, then it's worth picking up. It's not entirely successful, thanks to a general lack of polish and an overall lack of depth to the gameplay, but it still offers some fair entertainment. The game starts out with the death of the player character, a cop in Salem, when he falls victim to the Bell Killer, a serial murderer terrorizing the town. Things don't end there however, as you return as a ghost with the same goal of discovering who killed you, but obviously things are going to be a little trickier now. Your main job is to investigate the various crime scenes of the Bell Killer, looking for clues and solving puzzles in the hope that you'll reach his true identity. There are also some stealth/action scenes involving demons from the other world, while you also hook up with a sarcastic medium and have the option of helping out other lost souls through side quests. For anyone not looking for a pure action game this is a reasonable option. Most of the gameplay is fairly pedestrian, relying on observation rather than fast reflexes, although much of it is not entirely gripping. The game's main selling point is its story, which is admittedly well done and pretty compelling stuff, with some nice twists and turns along the way. The visuals lack a bit of polish and there's an overriding sense of linearity to the whole thing, but mystery lovers could do worse.