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Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller Gets A Season Pass
Shocker: It's cheaper than buying individual episodes.
10.17.12 - 3:44 PM

Phoenix Online Studios' next title, Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller is a mystery adventure that follows the titular character - an FBI agent - as she tracks down a serial killer, one that her own brother fell victim to. Cognition's staff includes comic artist Romano Molenaar and designer Jane Jensen (Gray Matter). The episodic title, which promises a narrative where your choices will matter, is set to start releasing this fall on PC, Mac and iPad platforms.

The season pass is a $30 package - but if you pre-order, it will cost only $25. On the other hand, buying the four episodes individually would total $40 in the end. Pre-orders are now open at GameStop, Rain DG, and GamersGate.

Currently GameStop lists an October 30th date for Cognition Episode 1: The Hangman. Aside from the $5 savings, pre-ordering the season pass also nets you the original soundtrack for the first episode. If you've already watched the trailer above then check out our gallery as well, and stay tuned for a preview and more coverage!


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