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Jake Hunter Detective Story: Ghost Of The Dusk Available Now

Jake Hunter Detective Story: Ghost of Dusk is now available for Nintendo 3DS. You can purchase the game at retailers or head on over to the Nintendo 3DS eShop to get the digital edition. The company says that Jake Hunter Detective Story: Ghost of Dusk includes five additional Jake Hunter cases never before released outside of Japan.

“In Ghost of the Dusk, A homeless man’s accidental death draws hard-nosed detective Jake Hunter into the shadow of a mysterious mansion—but all is not as it appears at the seemingly innocuous crime scene, and Jake can’t shake the hunch that something is amiss. With the help of an old friend, Jake works to get to the bottom of the crime and uncover the true culprit’s identity. But when the mansion’s owner comes to Jake with a new proposal, things take a turn for the bizarre as dark secrets are forced from the shadows. Now, it’s up to Jake to track down the source of the madness.

The other cases featured in the collection are Legend of the Demon Princess, For Love, Forget Me Not, Four Seasons and a the special comic episode Jake Hunter Unleashed! School Festival Locked Office Case.

Features of Jake Hunter Detective Story: Ghost of the Dusk and other stories include:

New Cases, New Faces – After a long hiatus, Jake Hunter is back on the beat and tasked with solving all-new cases with a cast of original characters and the return of some familiar friends.

Investigative Instincts – To solve these mysteries, you’ll need to use all of your master detective skills: question suspects, search crime scenes, and zero in on inconsistencies to discover the truth.

Hardboiled Action – Dive into a gritty world populated by shady characters, dubious allies, and more than a hunt of the supernatural. You’ll need to harness all of your focus and skills to separate fact from fiction.

And the Password Is… – Discover passwords hidden throughout the game’s world to unlock side stories, bonus features, and more!”

Source: PR

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3 comments

  1. It’s weird that Nintendo’s official sites don’t even update normally. On the 3DS’s eShop, it says that Operation Cobra was released on January 18, 2018, where Nintendo.com says the games date as TBD. Nintendo needs to step up their game.

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