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Submitted by bluedot133 965d ago | preview

Murdered: Soul Suspect Preview - E3 2013 (NGN)

New Game Network: "It takes a certain amount of confidence in a project to announce it for current generation consoles when the next Xbox and PlayStation are winding up and will be available by the time your project is released. Thus is the situation that Murdered: Soul Suspect finds itself in – a game announced during the dawn of next-gen for current platforms, set to release in 2014. Square Enix apparently has great expectations of the game to perform well on current hardware, and developers at Airtight Games are hoping to deliver. We had a chance to find out more about the game at E3 and see an early playthrough, and things do look promising for the new IP." (E3, Murdered: Soul Suspect, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

vanethe  +   965d ago
how come i never heard of it ?
it sure seems interesting

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