The PC Steam port of the Capcom supernatural mystery adventure Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective has recently had its Denuvo anti-tamper tool removed. This information comes from the Steam Database.
For those unaware, Denuvo DRM is an infamous anti-tampering tool usually associated with making games perform worse than they should.
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In Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, players control Sissel, a young man who, after awakening as a spirit, realizes he has no recollection of who he is or why he died.
“Who am I?”, “Who killed me?” and “Why was I killed?” are the existential quandaries he finds himself facing. The gameplay has you swap at will between the Land of the Living and the Ghost World and set off on a journey to find the truth to those questions.
Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective features high-quality gameplay updates, including enhanced graphics and framerates at 1080p 60fps. Further, compatible platforms take advantage of touch controls. In the Extras menu, players can now access a collection of newly recorded and arranged music tracks alongside unique illustrations.
- Sissel and Lynne Character Prologues
- Jeego Character Prologue
- Ray Character Prologue
- Soundtrack Streaming
If you’re curious about Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, check out our review. A free demo is also available with save data transference to the full release.
Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective is now available worldwide for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam.
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