Utawarerumono Spin-Off ‘Gizoku Tantei Nosuri’ Reveals New Screenshots + Gameplay Info; Multiple Endings, Side Stories & Studio Mode

Aquaplus has shared new screenshots for the previously announced Utawarerumono spinoff, Gizoku Tantei Nosuri, which correlate to elucidated gameplay functions.

Firstly, it has been revealed that the title will have different endings, achievable depending on the player’s choices. During investigations, character conversations will occur, where new evidence and information will be obtained. Further, players can also physically interact with the characters to gain insight regarding new discussion topics and evidence.

Then, at the end of the investigations, Nosuri will present what she has deduced. However, players must correct her deductions by selecting the correct choices so that she manages to reach an accurate conclusion. Although each correction will sap the energy gauge, so only a limited number is allowed.

Moreover, a Studio mode is unlocked by clearing the main story and specific conditions, letting users arrange characters’ poses, expressions, and more, for screenshots. Brief stories involving groups of different characters become viewable as well.

You can view this spinoff’s new screenshots below:

Gizoku Tantei Nosuri will launch for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in Japan on December 22, 2022.

If you missed it, check out our review of the series’ prequel, Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten.

Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten is now available in the West for PC via Steam.

While the game has PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 editions in Japan, only the PC version has been localized by publisher Shiravune. NIS America localized the first game’s remake on PlayStation 4, but it is unknown whether they will do the same for this new entry.

The developer has announced that an update is planned to refine the NPCs’ faces, which have received severe backlash.

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