Posts Tagged "Murdered: Soul Suspect"

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Gamers In Beta Podcast 168: We Go Pro

Direct Download to Episode 168 Last week was quite the week for Sony. With the announcement of the PS4 Pro, PS4 Slim, and lack of mod support, many gamers were left scratching their heads. We try our best to break […]

Gamers In Beta Podcast 167 – Over Hyped

Direct Download to Episode 167 What a way to kick off September than to get back in the swing of doing some developer interviews. On Episode 167, CapnMikeM gets the chance to chat with Lee Petty of Double Fine Productions. […]

Murdered: Soul Suspect Review – PS3

Murdered: Soul Suspect was released on June 3rd, for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC.  This review is based off of the PS3 version. The game was developed by Airtight Games and published by Square-Enix. A review code […]

Murdered: Soul Suspect 101 Trailer

With less than two weeks from being released, Square Enix and Airtight Games have released a “101” video of Murdered: Soul Suspect. The video highlights what gamers will encounter when entering into Murdered: Soul Suspect’s “purgatorial world.” Other aspects that […]

Gamers In Beta Podcast 049: PAX East Wrap-up Extravaganza

CapnMikeM and co-host MAINEac17 discuss such topics as: Releases for 4/22: Dark Souls 2 – PC Max Curse – PC Octodad: Deadliest Catch (PS4) The Walking Dead Season 2 (PS Vita) Quick Hits: PlayStation related news: PlayStation sells over 7 […]

Murdered: Soul Suspect on sale June 3rd, plus pre-order bonuses

Yesterday, Square Enix announced that their “dark detective thriller” game, Murdered: Soul Suspect, will be released on June 3rd. Murdered: Soul Suspect will be released on PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Playstation 3 and 4. For those that pre-order, you […]

Murdered: Soul Suspect Announced for Xbox One, PS4

Yesterday, Square Enix announced that they will be releasing Murdered: Soul Suspect. The game is a “dark, detective thriller with a supernatural twist”. Set in the afterlife, players will take up the role of Ronan O’Connor, who was a Salem […]