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Famicom Detective Club Part II

Super Nintendo

Game Description:

This is a remake of one of Nintendo’s most famous Famicom Disk System titles. Famicom Detective Club II tells the story of a nameless fellow (you), who is taken under the wing of Shunsuke Utsugi, a private detective, after he is found on the street escaping from the police. Your character is assigned a case by Utsugi - to locate the person that murdered a schoolgirl near a waterway.

And that’s all I can say without spoiling the game!

You play this just like those classic Sierra text adventures: you go around places and ask people questions, check evidence, and dig up clues from within the crime scenes. It may seem tiring at first, but as the game goes on, the story keeps getting better and better.

If you’re a fan of detective stories in general, you’ll love this game.

Content:


2 Translations
TitleCategoryDate
Famicom Detective Club Part II (ES)Unfinished23 May 2019
Famicom Detective Club Part II (EN)Fully Playable10 Oct 2004