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Famicom Detective Club Games Are Now Available

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Nintendo has launched today two Famicom Detective Club for the Nintendo Switch. These suspenseful tales are now available in the U.S with modernized graphics.

In these two visual novels, players will advance their investigation by interrogating suspects and examining their surroundings. You will have to move the magnifying glass across the screen and inspect clues with a push of a button.

Witness alibis must be scrutinized by selecting the correct questions from a series of options. Only with the truth in hand will you be able to access new areas, meet more suspects and unravel the mystery. Question suspects, reveal secrets, and immerse yourself in two chilling murder mysteries with the Famicom Detective Club: The Missing Heir and Famicom Detective Club: The Girl Who Stands Behind games.

Famicom Detective Club: The Missing Heir – The wind whistles through the lush Japanese countryside. A man named Amachi finds you unconscious and stricken with amnesia. After you awaken, you eventually learn that you are a detective working to solve a murder involving the wealthy Ayashiro family. Gather your wits and work to uncover the culprit and your past before tragedy can strike again in this harrowing investigation.

Famicom Detective Club: The Girl Who Stands Behind – Night has fallen over Ushimitsu High School. After a student loses her life while investigating the story of a bloody ghost that haunts the school, the unnerving tragedy leaves the local community and the victim’s classmates shaken. As a detective in the making, it’s up to you to discover the truth behind the murder and the ghastly rumor of “the girl who stands behind” in this suspenseful prequel tale.

Available for the first time in the U.S., each game is being sold for $34.99 each, if  you purchase one in Nintendo eShop, you can get $10 off the other.

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