Detective Conan & Kindaichi Case Files: Chance Meeting of Two Great Detectives
|Title:||Detective Conan & Kindaichi Case Files: Chance Meeting of Two Great Detectives|
|Japanese Title:||名探偵コナン&金田一少年の事件簿 めぐりあう2人の名探偵 |
(Meitantei Konan & Kindaichi Shōnen no Jikenbo: Meguriau Futari no Meitantei)
|Release date:||February 5, 2009|
|Age range:||A: All Ages|
|Developer:||Spike Co., Ltd.|
|Publisher:||Namco Bandai Games Inc.|
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Detective Conan & Kindaichi Case Files: Chance Meeting of Two Great Detectives is a game for Nintendo DS. It was released by the Detective Conan Translation Project on June 29, 2015.
After receiving a distressing correspondence from a former classmate requesting his presence, high school detective Hajime Kindaichi travels to Twilight Island to investigate the anguish behind the letter. Meanwhile, as fate would have it, Conan Edogawa has been introduced to a modern folktale by Professor Agasa, on an island in the south that serves as a premiere tourist resort, inhabitants have been mysteriously disappearing for extended periods of time before suddenly returning without explanation. What's more: When they disappear, they are transported to an alternate version of that very same island. Intrigued, Conan consents to investigate the case while his companions vacation at the tourist trap known as Twilight Island. As the mystery deepens and it becomes clear their two cases are more related than it first seemed, a grand case unfolds that requires the unmatched reasoning powers of both young detectives.
Conan, Ran, Kogoro, the Detective Boys and Professor Agasa arrive on Twilight Island after hearing from a folktale from the professor. At the same time, Kindaichi, Miyuki and Inspector Kenmochi also set foot on the island, but for a different reason. They came to investigate a mysterious case that was to happen in a letter sent to them by former classmate Misa Toba. They first try to find her by interrogating the manager of the shop where Toba worked, Suguru Kawasaki, and Ryoko Hamada, her co-worker. The two reveal that Toba was spirited away as part of a string of mysterious disappearances on the island that started just recently. After getting to know Kindaichi's detective skills, the two ask Kindaichi and his friends to search for Misa, which they do. They first interrogate a couple who redirects them to the Coal Blue restaurant, where they find a fisherman, who recommends them to go investigate at the beach. At the beach, they meet the officer of the island, Shigezo Kumada, who says that he is currently trying to find the truth behind the disappearances, but he asks them to not pursue their investigation, as it would tarnish the island's reputation. Before leaving, he suggests them to visit the local folk museum, where there are old artefacts about the island's history. At the museum, they learn from investigative journalist Toru Sasayama that there was a mysterious case from 25 years ago that is believed to be the root of these recent missing people. After returning to the inn, Kindaichi decides to go back to the museum at night along with Kenmochi because he had a weird feeling when he first went inside the museum. After avoiding the guard, they enter inside, but suddenly, both fall unconscious and disappear. Did they get spirited away ?
The next morning, the Detective Boys and professor Agasa go out of the inn and meet the hostess, Sanae Tachibana, who asks them a favor, to look after two guests that went missing the previous night. Tachibana also says that the third guest of their group went to the folk museum to look after them. Conan and the Detective Boys go to the folk museum and stumble upon the third guest, who is revealed to be Miyuki. She asks them to help her find Kenmochi and Kindaichi and gives them the information she learned from Sasayama the day before. The group first goes to Fukado to ask Ryoko for information and she tells them that the reason Misa went to the island was because her mother, who died years ago, was from Twilight Island. Ryoko then redirects them to Tachibana, as she lived for a longer time on the island. As the arrive at the inn, Tachibana dashes towards them and says that a young girl's body was discovered at the lighthouse. Conan and Miyuki head to the lighthouse, fearing it might be Misa, while the Detective Boys go inform Kogoro. On site, they find out the body was in fact the one of Misa Toba.
At the crime scene are Officer Kumada and Kawasaki. Conan decides to investigate around the body and sees a rock with Misa's blood on it, as well as a white substance that looks like paint. Ran and Kogoro then arrive and the latter punishes the poor kid for wandering about. Officer Kumada then tells Kogoro that the police won't be able to arrive until the next day. There is also a mysterious watch in Misa's pocket, a watch for men with the screen showing １＜１＜０. On the observation deck, there is a bench with paint peeling off, which Conan finds out to be related to the rock. He and Kogoro then deduce that she was murdered by dropping the rock from the observation deck on her. A witness is then introduced to the detectives, the fisherman Kindaichi saw the previous day, Goro Ota. He says that he witnessed the victim arguing with a man in yellow the previous at 10 PM. The second witness, Ako Momozono, is introduced next. She, as the mayor's secretary, forces Conan and Kogoro to stop investigating on the mayor's orders and asks them to leave the island the next day.
Back at the inn, they inquire Tachibana about mayor Hioki, whom she says is an extremely powerful man who controls the island along with four others, the VIPs. Through his Detective Boys badge (Kindaichi found one before he disappeared and kept it in his pocket), Conan is able to communicate with Kindaichi, but since he doesn't trust kids, Conan has to talk to him with Shinichi's voice. From what Kindaichi says, it seems that he spawned on an alternate version of the island.
By order of appearance.