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London Detective Mysteria for PS Vita Gets Release Date; PC Details Coming Down the Line

London Detective Mysteria

London Detective Mysteria for PS Vita Gets Release Date; PC Details Coming Down the Line

While Sony Interactive Entertainment has pretty much dropped support for the PS Vita, Xseed Games appears to be still happy to support the little portable that could, and it just announced the release date of London Detective Mysteria.

The game will launch for PS Vita very soon on Dec. 18, 2018 in both North America and Europe. The price will be a very affordable $29.99, €29.99, or £24.99 depending on where you live.

London Detective Mysteria is an otome visual novel focusing on romance and investigation known in Japan as Eikoku Tantei Mysteria: The Crown.

If you’re unfamiliar with it, here’s an official description directly from Xseed.

“Eschew the frivolities of Victorian-era London high society and instead delve into the curiosities that lie hidden in London’s darkest corners in London Detective Mysteria. Playing as the heiress of House Whiteley, players will name their own Lady Whiteley as they investigate London’s mysteries and interact with personalities inspired by famous historical and fictional characters including Detective Holmes, Jack the Ripper, and more.

Players must choose their words carefully as they interact with other characters, as their decisions throughout the story will not only determine special rewards but will also shape whether Lady Whiteley finds love or something more sinister in the shadows of Victorian-era London. “

If you’d rather play London Detective Mysteria on PC fear not, as Xseed promised release details for a PC version at a later date.


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