Paranormal puzzles Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective has been waiting a long time for a revival, but Capcom has finally set a date for its remaster: June 30. The game was previously leaked through last year’s age rating to last month’s official confirmation, unsurprisingly PC Nintendo Direct. Now, after a long wait, fans can look forward to bloody crimes and haunted possessions this summer.

In case you don’t know, Ghost Trick is a 2010 Nintendo DS game from Ace Attorney creator Shu Takumi that follows a murdered man (you) who reawakens as a crime-solving ghost (also you, just dead). You may recognize the main character, Sissel, as a striking man in a red suit, face down and butt up, from all of the game’s promotional material.

The remaster keeps the puzzles of the original intact, allowing you to possess other bodies and inanimate objects through the spirit world to fight crime, save lives, and restore memory in the real world. I’ll miss the original stylus-driven puzzles, but at least the remaster has a dose of other improvements.

The upcoming release features HD graphics and a remastered soundtrack from Ace Attorney composer Yasumasa Kitagawa, though you can switch between the old and new soundtracks at any time. There is also a brand new gallery showcasing artwork and music for your viewing/listening pleasure.

The news of Ghost Trick’s release date comes from yesterday’s Capcom Spotlight show, where the publisher teased many of its upcoming games, such as the remake of Resident Evil 4 and its brand new demoand their live dinosaur hunting service Exoprimal.

Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective returns from the dead on June 30 for PC and all modern consoles. The game is available for pre-order on steam for £25/€30/$30 it gives you access to four wallpapers and two songs in the gallery.