Summary: SCORE: 6.8/10 I'm recommending at sale price. For five dollars, it's worth a play through in 6-7 hours. It is a decent story, better than a decent amount of stuff on TV. Nice twists, good ending. Not spectacular, but pretty good. Graphics are also decent.
Summary: The idea of the game just smart, it was possible to do so much ... but the implementation is lousy, the game is just boring and annoying very quickly. Poltergeist in this game only on the subject, as well as this one does not react, all the characters are uninteresting.
Summary: There is absolute no reason for bad reviews of this game. Yes, it's not perfect in some ways, 7 hours long and easy. BUT... Telltale games are even easier, shorter, much worst looking and getting only acclamations! Telltale Walking dead is great game, but this one is better.
Summary: After struggling with the deeply flawed mechanics (not bugged but flawed in design,) dragging myself through an uninspired & tiny Salem, and generally trying to find something good that outweighs the overwhelming bad that makes up this title I simply don't care who the killer is or what their...
Summary: Murdered Soul Suspect is an extremely unique game that puts you in the role of a detective who is trying to solve his own murder but at the same time help others reach peace. I currently am yet to finish the game but after a few hours I am hooked, the story line is very rich and detailed and is very...
Summary: For me, I felt Soul Suspect had potential. Unfortunately it was let down by it's lack of true open-world, annoying navigation and it's reliance upon it's antagonists, the Demons, to step into your path as an obstacle when you were making progress.
Summary: While the idea could be good, this game fails under many aspects: 1) game play: boring and repetitive. 2) story: superficial and fulfilled of plot holes 2) graphics and animations: ugly textures and even more ugly models (look at the cat..are we in in late '90?
Summary: I have always been a fan of the mystery genre. I especially like mysteries that are more atmospheric and realistic to a degree. Though Murdered: Soul Suspect isn't exactly "realistic,'' it still offers a darker atmosphere and plot.
Summary: Square-Enix style is definitely there, I can see why they picked up Airtight's game. You have to have an open mind to their artistic license because if you overthink the reality of it all, you'll get annoyed. The puzzles were a little easier than they should have been near the end of the game.