Detective Conan: Tsuioku no Gensou [Import] review

  • Static artwork is ok
  • Reading is good for you
  • Some charm in there
  • No Wii-mote innovation
  • Gameplay is dull
  • Not even for fans of the show

Exploration is hampered by a bizarre camera angle that shows a great view of the floor and not much else. The low-detail locations look same-y, and identical characters seem to crop up all over the place. Only certain ones are crucial to the plot, and you won’t know who they are unless you’re a fan. Even then, you can’t just speak to them whenever you please. Instead, you’ll have to try both methods of getting a response - pressing A to have a chat or holding B to use a magnifying glass and then have a chat - before you’ll know if they’re currently active.

With some embarrassingly bad minigames thrown in, this one really is elementary.

More Info

Release date: May 17 2007 - Wii (US)
May 17 2007 - Wii (UK)
Available Platforms: Wii
Genre: Adventure


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