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After many years of publishing Japanese-only adventure games for Famicom Disk System, “Famicom Detective Club: The Missing Heir” and “Famicom Detective Club: The Girl Standing Behind” have been remastered and brought in with new localized versions for the first time West. . Do you want to know which one to play first, or just need help with the story? You have come to the right place.
We really like the Famicom Detective Club game (and, if you don’t want spoilers yet, you can read our reviews of “The Missing Heir” and “The Girl Standing Behind” respectively), but this is a story based The adventure game has a history of more than 30 years. There are several games… Traits Sometimes it is difficult to improve. If you are looking for tips, tricks and walkthroughs to help you complete the game smoothly, then look no further!
(However, if you don’t want saboteurs, don’t look for anything. Xu.)
Try to look at them, call them, and check nearby objects.
If you are asking them about something special, and the conversation seems to end in an unresolved manner, consider that a topic you already have may prompt them to continue telling the story.
If none of the methods work, please ask all the same questions again. If you have a new conversation with one of them, please ask them a third time. just in case.
Sometimes, you have to “call” people nearby to get them to show up.
Remember: “Think” or “Remember” (depending on the game you are playing) are always viable options. Sometimes, it will give you clues to the next step, so pay attention to what the character says, for example, he may want to know the time, which should prompt you to “check” a nearby clock.
This is a movie starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams. No, we are just joking.
The notebook in Famicom Detective Club contains all the information and clues you have found so far, but the game never requires you to read through it to move on-it is mainly so that you can follow the story and remind yourself who each person is.
Select “Exit Survey” and save your game. It will tell you which chapter you are on!
It’s okay-the missing heir is first, so that was the first we played, but “The Girl Standing Behind” is a prequel. You can play them in any order!
If we had to recommend a start, we might say the sequel “The Girl Standing Behind” so that you can understand the characters that end up in the two games, but it doesn’t actually make much difference.
Both games will check at the beginning whether you have saved a file for the other game, but this is just to see if you have named the character. Don’t worry, the plot will not change, depending on which one you play first.
Don’t panic that you may have only pressed “B”. Press it again and the text box will return.
Most of these choices will change the story Used to be so slight, But not long-term. For example, you may just perform operations in a slightly different order, but you will not miss some important clues through different operations. up to you!
we do not know. It’s a little strange that a 15/17-year-old person lives on a corpse!
(It’s very simple-keep asking questions repeatedly, and don’t forget to quickly browse the text by turning on the “Skip reading text” option in the settings and holding down the left bumper.)
! This is the end of our FDC guide. If you have other questions, tips or tricks to share, please post in the comments section below.
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