Agatha Christie – The ABC Murders: Kill Some Time With Poirot in February


packshot%20illustration_SMALLFrench game publisher Microïds and developers Artefacts Studio are putting the final touches on what’s looking to be a fine mystery/adventure game, Agatha Christie – The ABC Murders, set for release on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Mac February 4th, 2016 in Europe and February 23 in the U.S. on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Mac. Microïds obviously knows the universal appeal of Christie’s work as the game is going to be dubbed in English and French and subtitled in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Polish and Russian. As you’ll see below he jump, the development team is really going above and beyond the call to make Mr. Poirot look and play excellently to a wide variety of gamers interested in the character and story (which happens to be one of Christie’s greats)…

Now that your curiosity has been piqued, a few screenshots call for your immediate perusal:

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Finally, the final pair of behind the scenes developer diaries should give you even more of a clue what to expect from the game when it’s finally released:



A request for preview code has been delivered to the proper authorities, so it’ll be soon enough when my investigation into this matter is a bit more… shall we say, conclusive. All signs point to a successful case, but as usual… we shall see.

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