Touch Detective in-game videos

ToucheTouch Detective touched a nerve. First time we saw this girl, we have to say she gave us the creeps. With those round, large, black eyes unceasingly staring, she reminds us of those Japanese horror movies where the ghost would just stare at the audience for a long time. Well, she seems to grow on a lot of people, including most of the QJ staff, hopefully she’ll have the same effect on the others. Besides a creeped-out feeling, we sense that we’ve played something like this before.

The game reminds us of old Commodore 64 RPGs where the hero has to go through different places, get some items from the background, and put it together to create something new or use it in a particular event. They were called Point and Click games – point your arrow on the item or person, do a right mouse button click, and the character picks it up, or interacts with whoever it was clicked. Games like those were nice in the beginning but tends to get stale in the end.

This one has good Cartoon Network-like graphics, average game audio, and a funny yet mysterious script. The only thing we noticed was that there were times that the top screen was showing some info while there was something else happening in the second screen (maybe we just need to get used to it?). How’d we get all this info? From some videos of course.

Last time we showed you the game’s box art and a lot of screenshots. This time we’re offering you not one, nor two, but four in-game videos. Yeah! This will definitely give us a much better preview of the game, eh? Will this be as successful in the US as it was in Japan? We’ll see in October once it ships out to our shores.

Download: [Touch Detective In-game Video]
Download: [Touch Detective In-game Video 2]
Download: [Touch Detective In-game Video 3]
Download: [Touch Detective In-game Video 4]

Via IGN

ToucheTouch Detective touched a nerve. First time we saw this girl, we have to say she gave us the creeps. With those round, large, black eyes unceasingly staring, she reminds us of those Japanese horror movies where the ghost would just stare at the audience for a long time. Well, she seems to grow on a lot of people, including most of the QJ staff, hopefully she’ll have the same effect on the others. Besides a creeped-out feeling, we sense that we’ve played something like this before.

The game reminds us of old Commodore 64 RPGs where the hero has to go through different places, get some items from the background, and put it together to create something new or use it in a particular event. They were called Point and Click games – point your arrow on the item or person, do a right mouse button click, and the character picks it up, or interacts with whoever it was clicked. Games like those were nice in the beginning but tends to get stale in the end.

This one has good Cartoon Network-like graphics, average game audio, and a funny yet mysterious script. The only thing we noticed was that there were times that the top screen was showing some info while there was something else happening in the second screen (maybe we just need to get used to it?). How’d we get all this info? From some videos of course.

Last time we showed you the game’s box art and a lot of screenshots. This time we’re offering you not one, nor two, but four in-game videos. Yeah! This will definitely give us a much better preview of the game, eh? Will this be as successful in the US as it was in Japan? We’ll see in October once it ships out to our shores.

Download: [Touch Detective In-game Video]
Download: [Touch Detective In-game Video 2]
Download: [Touch Detective In-game Video 3]
Download: [Touch Detective In-game Video 4]

Via IGN

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