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Murdered: Soul Suspect PS4 and PS3 Concept Art Explored

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21w ago - Square-Enix Community Manager Lee Williams explored some of the concept art today from Murdered: Soul Suspect for PS4 and PS3 platforms.

To quote: We had the pleasure of sitting down with the young and incredibly gifted Concept Artist, Yuki Matsuzawa, who was responsible for visual development on Murdered: Soul Suspect on PS4 and PS3.

Yuki already had a rich history in Concept Art even before joining the Murdered: Soul Suspect team, having joined Square Enix in 2004 to work with Isamu Kamikokuryo on Final Fantasy XIII for several years. Isamu joined us today as well to see how his protégé had applied his experience with Final Fantasy to a more western game.

In order to show you just how successful this collaboration turned out to be, we were fortunate enough to not only talk about the origins of the game, but Yuki even shared some of his original work for you to feast your eyes on.

First up is a sketch of our protagonist, Ronan O'Connor, which was drawn soon after Matsuzawa joined the Murdered team. As there were no reference materials depicting the reality of a ghost-on-ghost fight (whether they had guns or hit each other with their fists), Matsuzawa came up with several ideas about how best to show such a ghostly battle.

The image is "a proposal for having...
 

Video: Murdered: Soul Suspect is Out Today on PS4 and PS3

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21w ago - Square Enix Product Manager Adrian Chen posted up a PlayStation 4 video trailer announcing that Murdered: Soul Suspect is out today on PS4 and PS3 consoles.

To quote: Hey folks! The day is finally here. Your journey in solving your own murder is about to begin as [Register or Login to view links] is available for [Register or Login to view links] on PS4 and PS3!

To celebrate the launch, we wanted to share a fantastic new trailer with you:





A few years ago, the team here at Square Enix and Airtight Games set out to create a game we could be proud of, something that wouldn't be your run-of-the-mill shooter, RPG, or action game.

We wanted to do something unique that Square Enix fans would really enjoy, and we think we've accomplished that. With the mix of great Square Enix storytelling, unique detective gameplay, and a rich cast of characters, we're confident you guys will enjoy Murdered and we hope you guys have as much fun playing it as we had in making it!
 

Video: Square-Enix Details Murdered: Soul Suspect on PS4, PS3

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23w ago - Square-Enix Community Manager Lee Williams shared details today on Murdered: Soul Suspect for both PS4 and PS3 platforms below.

To quote: Hey folks! There's less than two weeks to go before [Register or Login to view links] is out on PS4 and PS3, and to bide your time while you wait, we've conjured up a comprehensive 101 trailer to show you today.





But firstly, we'd like to say thanks for your support for the game so far, it's been overwhelming to say the least and means a great deal to the development team at Airtight Games.

Additionally, we've received a ton of questions lately about gameplay features and story, so hopefully this trailer will help enlighten you on everything you need to know about the game. But don't take our word for it - jump in and see what all the fuss is about!

It turns out humans aren't the only beings Ronan can possess in Murdered. Our talented dev team have plugged away intensely to bring you a unique investigation game unlike any you've played before, with fresh gameplay mechanics, relatable characters, and a twisted story that will leave you speechless, even...
 

Behind Supernatural Scenes of Murdered: Soul Suspect on PS4, PS3

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32w ago - Sony Social Media Specialist Ryan Clements goes behind the supernatural scenes of Murdered: Soul Suspect on PS4 and PS3 today.

Below are the details, to quote: In a storm of broken glass and gunshots, Ronan O'Connor dies in the dark Salem night. So begins a supernatural investigation into his own murder.

In the upcoming thriller for PS3 and PS4, help Ronan unravel the mystery of his untimely demise and save his ghost from the inevitable corruption of the Dusk.

In light of the upcoming launch of Murdered: Soul Suspect, we asked Airtight Games Chief Creative Officer Matt Brunner and Senior Design Producer Eric Studer some questions about their design process. Read on to see what inspired this ghostly thriller, and how the team fashioned a story around your own murder.

PlayStation.Blog: How did the team at Airtight Games come to the idea of a supernatural crime story? How does the detective narrative and the ghostly elements fit together?

Matt Brunner: From my recollection, we started with the core concept of a ghost game. It was that notion that got the team most excited. Our first round of gameplay and character development led us more into a ghost action hero with ranged weapons and the ability to traverse great heights.

After our...
 
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