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London Detective Mysteria Game's Opening Video Features Yumi Suzuha's Theme Song

posted on 2018-07-12 04:00 EDT by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Game launching this fall on PS Vita, PC is written in Victorian English

XSEED Games began streaming the English opening video for Karin Entertainment's London Detective Myseria (Eikoku Tantei Mysteria: The Crown) romance adventure visual novel on Wednesday. The video highlights the game's main characters, and features the opening theme song "Night Fog Masquerade" by Yumi Suzuha.


XSEED Games revealed at its Anime Expo panel last week that the Japanese staff of the game went to London to walk around, eat the food, and imagine the characters in the setting. The company added that the game's director believes that the English translation will be even more authentic: the game is written entirely in Victorian English, and it took a year of research to authenticate the accents.

The game will be available digitally for PlayStation Vita and Windows PC in fall 2018.

XSEED Games describes the game:

Eschew the frivolities of 19th century London's high society and instead delve into the curiosities that lie hidden in London's darkest corners in London Detective Mysteria. Playing as the heiress of House Whiteley, players will name their own Lady Whiteley as they investigate mysteries of London and interact with personalities inspired by famous fictional characters including Detective Holmes, Jack the Ripper, and more. Take full control over the experience by adjusting text speed or even the individual speaking volumes of individual characters and their original Japanese voices. Players must choose their words carefully as they interact with other characters, as decisions made throughout the story will not only affect special rewards but will also shape whether Lady Whiteley finds love or something more sinister in the shadows of 19th century London.

Karin Entertainment released the original Eikoku Tantei Mysteria game for PlayStation Portable in March 2013. The company then released a PlayStation Vita version, Eikoku Tantei Mysteria: The Crown, in February 2016. The new version added sequel stories and more skills.

Source: XSEED Games' YouTube channel


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