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Paranormal State: Poison Spring Collector’s Edition is Released

Paranormal State: Poison Spring Collector’s Edition is Released

The game is based on A&E Network’s reality TV series of the same name


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Legacy Games has announced that an exclusive Collector’s Edition of Paranormal State: Poison Spring is now available for PC and Mac.

As a member of the Paranormal Research Society, the player uses high-tech equipment to gather clues and detect paranormal activity in this blend of light adventure/hidden object gameplay. There are also mini-games and challenging puzzles to be solved.

Compared to the Standard Edition, the Collector’s Edition offers over an hour’s worth of bonus gameplay and content. 

“Our players love supernatural themed games, and we’ve seen the proof in our rapidly growing digital and retail sales. Paranormal State: Poison Spring has a wonderful spookiness, great gameplay, and stunning visuals, and is one of the most impressive games Legacy has published. Be careful, it might ‘spirit’ you away!” says Ariella Lehrer, CEO of Legacy Games.

Karla Munger

Karla Munger

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