DS #3183: Edogawa Ranpo no Kaijin 20 Mensou DS (Japan)

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Dec 17, 2008
  1. dice
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    I saw "20 Mensou" and thought it was a game about The Daughter of Twenty Faces, then I saw "Edogawa Ranpo" and went, "Oh."
     
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    What is that game about? Cover looks good.
     
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    (Conan) Edogawa was a detective in the past (from what I've read in Detective Conan bonus french pages of the manga)

    So, it's a detective game.
     
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    so its a detective conan game?...
     
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    Damn stylish cover there. Wouldn't want to run into that guy on a dark alley.
    Glad the DS is still churning out Adventure games. Truly the adventure game revival system.
     
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    "Ranpo Edogawa (??? ?? Edogawa Ranpo), born Tar? Hirai (?? ?? Hirai Tar?, October 21, 1894 - July 28, 1965) was a Japanese author and critic. He wrote many works of detective fiction. Kogoro Akechi was the primary detective of these novels." - Wikipedia


    I've read a couple of his novels a long time ago...
     

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