Without spoiling the story, if you liked the base game of The Outer Worlds, you will love Murder on Eridanos on Xbox. The narrative is tight and keeps you guessing, the new gear is fun to find and use, and the increase in the level cap has been reflected across the game.
Critically acclaimed and award winning, The Outer Worlds went down great guns when it released on Xbox, PlayStation and PC back in October 2019. That base game was then complemented by the Peril on Gorgon expansion in 2020, with more of the same great story, a ton of content, and a raising of the level cap all in place. Now though it's time to head to The Outer Worlds once more with a Murder on Eridanos.
And so it begins... the first of the additionally announced episodes, serving as an extension, to the inaugural Minecraft: Story Mode season has arrived. The question is, whether it’ll be a worthwhile addition, or if Telltale Games should’ve just called it a day when the original story arc came to an end. There’s really only one way to find out, and that’s by stepping into episode six, ‘A Portal to Mystery’.
Put your hands up anyone that absolutely despised the online conference calls with family and friends during lockdown. I’ll admit it, I hated them, and they only affected my social needs negatively. No amount of quizzes, banter or seeing my niece smile for the first time made them any more enjoyable. But a murder mystery where you must work against the clock to discover who poisoned Uncle Marcus? Now that sounds interesting. Find out Who Pressed Mute on Uncle Marcus? today on Xbox, PlayStation, PC, Nintendo Switch and mobile.
Many people arrange a murder mystery evening during a Halloween party. After all, what better way to celebrate all things spooky than being in the midst of a deranged killer for an evening. But what if there is a real murder at your Halloween party? Welcome to SHINRAI – Broken Beyond Despair, available now on Xbox and Nintendo Switch.
Remember the fascinating and immersive murder mystery, The Shapeshifting Detective? Well, developers D’Avekki Studios have returned with a spin-off prequel involving the memorable radio hosts from it. Prepare for a live-action supernatural anthology as Dark Nights with Poe and Munro arrives on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4.
Ellen, the latest title from Red Mount Media, is a strange mix of components seemingly thrown together in some kind of twisted video game blender. It's a 2D pixel sidescroller. It's also a murder mystery. And it's also a somewhat unsettling paranormal horror game. The result? Ellen works more often than it doesn't, despite some problems.