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'Case Closed: The Mirapolis Investigation' (Wii) Gets New Date

by Rainier on March 25, 2009 @ 3:36 a.m. PDT

Case Closed: The Mirapolis Investigation is an adventure game that will thrill kids: visit crime scenes, solve enigmas, find clues, collect evidence, play fun mini-games (football, Super hero arcade battles, smash the groundhog etc), and of course catch the bad guy.

Packed with mini games and spy gadgets, including a solar powered skateboard and wrist watch stun gun, players guide child detective Conan as he investigates crime scenes and pieces together evidence to catch criminals. The Wii remote is used to move the young detective, examine clues from all angles and take part in mini games, including ‘Super Hero Arcade Battles’ and ‘1vs.1 Football’.

Case Closed, also known as Detective Conan, is one of Japan’s most successful anime series. It follows the adventures of Shichi Kudo, a prodigious young detective injected with a fatal drug, which instead of killing him transformed his body into that of a seven year old. Under his new pseudonym Conan Edogawa, an elementary school student, Shichi investigates the secret organisation that drugged him in order to bring the biggest criminal of the time to justice.

Thanks to your Wiimote you are going to be able to solve this investigation using all of Conan’s gadgets (Bow Tie Voice transmitter, solar-powered Skateboard, super sneakers …).

Features :

  • Loaded with extras: 6 different mini games, Extra content.
  • A great storyline!
  • A title specifically developed for the WII: Visit crime scenes, collect evidence, touch and manipulate objects with you Wii-mote…
  • The manga universe: Characters, gadgets, The original Japanese manga voices are available.

Nobilis' Case Closed: One Truth Prevails - The Mirapolis Investigation, developed by Marvelous Entertainment, is currently scheduled to launch in Europe on May 1, 2009.

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