On May 14, Famicom Detective Club: The Missing Heir & Famicom Detective Club: The Girl Who Stands Behind will be released for the Nintendo Switch. Shortly before the release, Nintendo released a new trailer.
For their European debuts, these two Japanese Nintendo classics have been translated into English and completely redesigned for the Nintendo Switch. The two titles surprise the tense with twists and new ever-new drama. It is a matter of discovering the deadly truth. (Both games are only available with original Japanese phonetic amounts and English transcripts.)
Famicom Detective Club screening
On the impact of the perpetrators
To solve the two situations, players must rely on their instincts and direct the investigation on the right path. You talk to witnesses, search crime scenes for evidence, and question suspects. The more the investigation progresses, the more clues players come up with, bringing them closer to the truth. If you have the feeling that the paths are in the sand, you can always look at your notebook. The only important thing is expose the perpetrator before it’s too late.
Famicom Inquisitors Club: The Lost Heir
The hero of the story is found at the foot of a cliff in a Japanese countryside – without any memory of his past. While trying to cure amnesia, he investigates a complex case with the help of assistant detective Ayumi Tachibana: that involves the murder of a wealthy family in a haunted village.
Famicom Inquisitors Club: The girl behind it
In this case, before the events of the lost heir, Ayumi mourns the sudden death of her high school friend Yoko, founder of the Detective Club. Meanwhile, the hero searches for his missing parents and asks him to investigate a rumor about Yuko’s mysterious death, who allegedly has supernatural backgrounds.
You can actually pre-order Famicom Detective Club, the game costs € 59.99 and is available from Nintendo eShop Available.
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