'Amidst the hustle and bustle of E3, the lasers and explosions, the never-ceasing dubstep wobble bass, was a singular booth that seemed to buck all of those trends. This was one that took a much more calculated, methodical approach to its demo. There were no large-scale firefights or destructible buildings; instead, what we saw was a game that hearkens back to the glory days of Gabriel Knight, Police Quest, and other mature old-school point-and-click adventure games. But this wasn’t featured off in the corner of some indie booth, relegated to niche audience awareness — this was featured prominently inside Square Enix’s massive booth space. This is Murdered: Soul Suspect.'