The Adventure Company today announced that Still Life for the Xbox is now on store shelves. The game was developed by French company Microids, which also developed the PC version released last month. Microids previously developed Syberia and Post Mortem.
The third-person adventure game takes place in two different time periods: present-day Chicago and 1920s Prague. When Chicago detective Victoria McPherson gets a break in her serial-killer case, she discovers strange coincidences between her case and one her grandfather, Post Mortem's Gustav McPherson, had 75 years earlier. Gamers will switch between the two, using the technology of the time period to gain clues and break the case.
Still Life is rated M for Mature and retails for $19.99. For more information on the game, snoop over to GameSpot's full review.