Airtight Games is no more, according to GeekWire. The independent developer behind Quantum Conundrum and Soul Fjord recently released Murdered: Soul Suspect, a noir-themed adventure game published by Square Enix. The GeekWire reporter found the studio's Redmond, WA headquarters newly vacated, "with a sign outside

There's not one, but two games launching today that let you play as animals. If playing as a cat in Murdered: Soul Suspect isn't good enough for you (and, to be fair, it wasn't for me), consider checking out Sony's new PlayStation Vita game Vita Pets. Judging by the launch trailer, it has quirky talking dogs—and

Airtight Studios will be working with a few less hands on deck. The Seattle-based development studio behind upcoming ghost mystery game Murdered: Soul Suspect has issued a statement saying they've laid off 14 people, saying "this restructuring is part of the normal ebb and flow of game production." This news comes on

Murdered: Soul Suspect is headed to next-gen—Airtight just confirmed an Xbox One version of their upcoming detective game. It'll also be on 360, PS3, and PC. No word on PS4 yet (but that's likely coming, or else Microsoft would be touting the exclusivity).

Here's the full E3 demo of Airtight's Murdered: Soul Suspect, an action/adventure game with a cool premise. Well, okay, it's basically the same premise as the 1990 Patrick Swayze/Righteous Brothers vehicle Ghost, but hey, that could make for an interesting game.

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