No, That Isn’t Organization XIII – It’s Murdered: Soul Suspect

By Ishaan . August 21, 2013 . 2:45pm

Murdered: Soul Suspect, Square Enix and Airtight’s murder mystery game, has a new trailer at Gamescom. The trailer, titled “The Witness,” shows gameplay elements and additional storyline details. Watch it below:



Murdered: Soul Suspect is slated for release in early 2014 for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

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  • Chaos_Knight

    If that was Org. XIII, Young Xehanort would troll us everywhere.

    • Anime10121

      Oh its DEFINITELY Xehanort, its always him, Nobodies are nonexistent my a$$, Xemnas doesn’t exist, but at the same time, exists as 5 beings in one (6 counting this one :P)!

  • Nyekun

    Feels more suited as a movie than it would have been a game, unless there are multiple endings, I can’t see the game having much replay value.

    Though what do I know, I don’t even care about the game.

    • Rogerrmark

      You don’t play adventure games very often,right.

  • Kazuma Kazzie Kaz Kaz

    I’m excited for this game, looks like my cup of tea.

  • Lemon

    Considering that I liked Shadow of Destiny and Tsugunai:Atonement, this seems like my cup of coffee too. Something about being a ghost.

  • Rayhan PromisedGallery

    Nothingness is eteeeeeeernal

  • Göran Isacson

    Huh, so the murderer is supernatural? Seems there’s more to the mystery then… consider me considerably hyped.

  • That trailer made me even more interested in the game. Loving these episodic trailers.

  • Taylor Greene

    Looking forward to this one!

  • Jake_Indiman

    I also have been looking forward to this. Correct me if I heard wrong. Is Travis Willingham playing the main character?

  • Anime10121

    Looks like THIS is our first real viewing of Kingdom Hearts III :P Our first look at Organization XIII in HD!

    On a more serious tip, still kinda surprised to see Square publishing such a title. Its really… unique. Do I want it, dont know yet, but it’s nice to see Square pushing for “uniqueness” in an industry where most just stick to what they know.

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