Reformed tattoo-addicted delinquent turned fedora-wearing homicide detective, Ronan O'Connor, is killed by a brutal and relentless serial killer known as the Bell Killer in present day Salem, Massachusetts. However, instead of actually dying, Ronan becomes a ghost who can not rest in peace until he solves his own murder by using his ghostly powers. Thankfully, he's not alone on this quest as Joy, a teenage girl who just like her missing mother can see and speak to the dead and who's also being targeted by the killer, Abigail, a strange little ghost girl from Puritan era, and Rex, the brother of Ronan's tragically desist wife who also happens to be the police lieutenant working on the serial killer's case, all have crucial information that Ronan needs to piece the picture together in this supernatural third person adventure game.
The Hardest Murder To Solve, Is Your Own
Did You Know?
There are references to other Square Enix published games sprinkled throughout the game. You can find a poster for Just Cause 2 in Rex's office, many desktops have the Deus Ex: Human Revolution pause screen as their wallpaper, and you can listen to people thinking about a game featuring a woman raiding tombs (Tomb Raider). See more
Felons cannot become police officers unless they have been pardoned. See more
[sounds of having a severe headache
Get the hell out!
[Ronan comes out of Joy's body after possessing her
Goddammit! If you ever possess me again I'll... I'll...
[Joy frustratedly growls
You have no right to dump your unfinished business on me.
Hold on. Now, I'm tracking down my killer, okay, someone who was seconds away from attacking you about an hour ago, and if - wait a minute... You can see me? And hear me?
[Joy sighs frustrated and turns to her cabinet with a brief pause
Holy shit, you're...
References Just Cause 2