Determining in the intermediate world
Similar to the DS-Adventure Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective revolves around the story of the death of the protagonist: After police investigator Ronan O'Conner wakes up as a ghost next to his body, he must clear up the murder of his own person. The similarity is not by chance: Yosuke Shiokawa told us in an interview at the time that he knows and values the role model. His title, however, moves the investigation into a 3D world with full freedom of movement and mixes it with Schleich sections in which Ronan cheats past red-glowing demons. At the center, however, are the search for clues and the reminiscences reminiscent of Sherlock Holmes.
Ronan's death is apparently related to a series of mysterious serial killings of the so-called "Bell Killer", which leaves no trace at the scene except for a bell symbol. When the protagonist visits a flat on a tip, he is thrown through the window by a tall hooded figure and his chest is riddled with bullets. Something in his life does not seem complete yet, because from then on he wanders through the world of the living as a glowing blue spirit. In his search for the killer, he meets witnesses, demons, and other lost souls who turn out to be grateful patrons for sidequests. For example, when I find out where the corpse of a distraught ghost woman is, you help her achieve salvation and give me an insight into the macabre little wars,
The coolest part of Ronin's undead existence is to play around with his spirit abilities. He can pass through most of the walls. Or I make a special visit to other characters: Only when I slip into the bodies of all sorts of people at the touch of a button, I get to important clues that haunt her thoughts. Some witnesses, passers-by or police officers, however, only give boring monologues: "We cops have to stick together! I have to believe in my unity! "
Ideally, however, I come across new evidence that trigger small, professionally staged Flashback videos. Even in the apartment lying around evidence, I take a close look. If I have enough knowledge together, I switch to a diagram, on which all topics and facts are strung with small picture symbols. It is reminiscent of the conclusion in the Sherlock Holmes games, but is by far not as logical, tricky and entertaining structured as in the model.
OS: Win 7 64
Processor: Intel Core i7-920 Quad 2.67GHz / AMD FX-8100
Graphics: AMD Radeon R9 270 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660
System Memory: 4 GB RAM
Storage: 20 GB Hard drive space