Victorian-Era Romance, London Detective Mysteria, Coming out on PC and PlayStation Vita

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XSEED Games’ first Otome Visual Novel game, London Detective Mysteria, is coming out in the West for PC and PS Vita.

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London Detective Mysteria

XSEED Games proudly announces the release date of their upcoming first published Otome Visual Novel game, London Detective Mysteria. It will come out globally on December 18, 2018 for the PlayStation Vita. PC release will come out at a later date. It was originally released as a Japanese-exclusive game back in 2013 called  Eikoku Tantei Mysteria: The Crown. 

London Detective Mysteria lets players solve cases as Lady Emily Whiteley, a budding detective. The choices you make in this visual novel determines your detective rank and relations with other characters. The game features highly detailed character and background illustrations, the original Japanese VA, and an immersive story.

The game will be available for $29.99, €29.99, and £24.99. Also, a free demo is out on PlayStation Store for PlayStation Vita, just so you could try it before it launches few weeks from now..

Key Features

  • Find Your Destined One
    Find love with personalities inspired by famous figures and works of fiction, including Detective Holmes, Gentleman Thief Lupin, Jack the Ripper, and more.
  • Take Control of the Story
    Decisions made throughout will net not only special rewards, but will shape whether love is in Lady Whiteley’s future or if fate has more unfortunate consequences in mind.
  • An Extra-Customizable Visual Novel
    Change Lady Emily Whiteley’s first name for a personal touch, then further customize your playing experience by adjusting text speed, toggling visual effects, and even adjusting the individual speaking volumes of your favorite characters.
  • Coming to PC for the First Time
    London Detective Mysteria is comes to Windows PC for the first time, with both it and the English PlayStation Vita version including all content previously exclusive to the Japanese PlayStation Vita version known as Eikoku Tantei Mysteria: The Crown.
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