Red Johnson Chronicles sequel announced

By Debabrata Nath, Monday, 13 August 2012 23:27 GMT

Lexis Numérique has announced a sequel to last year’s point and click puzzle-based investigation game Red Johnson Chronicles.

Red Johnson’s Chronicles: One Against All will enable players to play through a new storyline as detective Red Johnson with more than eight hours of gameplay on offer. It’ll feature crime scene analysis and witness questioning, along with a new help system and upgraded visuals.

The game will be releasing in Mid-September for Xbox Live and PlayStation Network. The Live version will be published by Namco Bandai while Lexis Numérique will self-publish the PlayStation Network version. A PC release will follow suit at a later date.

“We always try to build long-term relationships with our partners, and Namco Bandai Games is definitely one we trust and respect,” said Lexis Numérique CEO Jose Sanchis. “We believe we have strong complementary assets that reinforce our common will to be among the top online entertainment players.”

Check out a teaser trailer for the game below.

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