Chase: Unsolved Cases Investigation Division launches May 11 in Japan

Prologue and introduction trailer released.

Chase: Unsolved Cases Investigation Division

Chase: Unsolved Cases Investigation Division – Distant Memories, the new 3DS adventure game from Arc System Works, Another Code and Hotel Dusk: Room 215 director Taisuke Kanasaki, and former CING staff, will launch via the Nintendo eShop in Japan on May 11 for 800 yen, the company announced.

Here’s the game’s prologue:

Tokyo Third Police Station, Unsolved Cases Investigation Division.

There are two detectives in this department never exposed to sunlight. There’s the eccentric detective Shonosuke Nanase and the self-proclaimed elite detective Koto Amekura. The two had too much time on their hands when they received phone a call.

The explosion five years ago. “That was not an accident. It was murder.” They did not know the caller’s identity, but although that strange phone call was not much to go on, they decided to begin an investigation. Was this really a case…?

First, they talk to the boy who caused the explosion. “Anything that isn’t 100 percent impossible is within the realm of the expected….” With Amekura’s words, Nanase finally kicks into action.

Chase the truth of the incident once put to rest!

Watch a new introduction trailer below.

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