The 25th Ward: The Silver Case

The exciting follow-up to The Silver Case arrives with SUDA51's remake of The 25th Ward: The Silver Case. Follow the threads in a grim psychological thriller and discover the darkness at the heart of Tokyo's newly built 25th Ward. About the...

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Name The 25th Ward: The Silver Case
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Platform Windows
Release Date March 13, 2018
Game Type Released
ESRB M - Mature
Developers Grasshopper Manufacture
Publishers NIS America
Genres Adventure
Max Players 1
Cooperative No
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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_25th_Ward:_The_Silver_Case
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The exciting follow-up to The Silver Case arrives with SUDA51's remake of The 25th Ward: The Silver Case. Follow the threads in a grim psychological thriller and discover the darkness at the heart of Tokyo's newly built 25th Ward. About the game: It is five years since the events of 1999’s “The Silver Case,” set in the new 25th Ward that arose in the bayside area of Kanto. In a room of the “Bayside Tower Land” apartment complex, a woman is found murdered under mysterious circumstances. This sets off a series of seemingly random events bridging across multiple protagonists including The Silver Case’s Tokio Morishima. With all viewpoints assembled, a truly shocking pattern emerges… Available for the first time outside Japan, The 25th Ward: The Silver Case is presented with completely rebuilt HD assets and additional content not found in the original version. Key Features: A SUDA51 Trip - Set in the “Kill the Past” universe, the series continues its bleak look into a semi-futuristic world on the edge of collapse and the misfits and antiheroes that inhabit it. Brave New World - The return of the signature “Film Window” system is brought to The 25th Ward for the first time! New visuals, sounds and controls capture the game in a fresh perspective. One Story, Many Sides – Explore this dark take on Tokyo from three different perspectives, “Correctness,” “Placebo,” and “Matchmaker.”
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