In ‘Get Even,’ you solve mysteries wrapped in memories that you can alter to solve a murder

In first-person shooter “Get Even,” a large part of the game revolves around a murder investigation that has you reliving memories, altering them and getting clues that eventually help you solve the game’s many mysteries.

“By jumping back in time via a subject’s memory, we were able to relive the firefight, moving through it while the scene played out in slow-motion – until we could get to our target and snap a photo of the victim before he was shot,” writes Xbox Wire.

In the game’s multiplayer mode, two campaigns tell the same story from both sides of the battle. Enemies that you encounter during your progression through one story might be actual players working through the other story. You will need to stay sharp. Very sharp.

The game is from Farm 51, and was created through the ID@Xbox program, which helps indie developers bring their ideas to Xbox One.

“Get Even” is due out in 2015. To learn more, head over to Xbox Wire.

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Suzanne Choney
Microsoft News Center Staff