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    Ghost Trick rated in Korea

    Published by Capcom distributor Gamepia.

    The Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea has rated Ghost Trick, which is published by Capcom distributor Gamepia. Resident Evil 4 remake is included in Capcom’s recent ratings in the region.

    The rating could indicate a potential Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective re-release according to Gematsu. Ghost Trick’s rating code is “GC-CC-NP,” which is typically used for PC releases. More than a decade has passed since the game’s last re-release for iOS on February 2, 2012.

    Here’s an overview of Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective via the App Store:

    Experience this much beloved, touching story for yourself. Try this brand-new kind of “Interactive Mystery” for free right now!

    This Story Starts with Your Death

    In an obscure corner of the city, a single bullet takes your life, but that’s not all it takes. When you awaken as a spirit, you realize you have no recollection of who you are. Thus begins your search for the answers to these questions: “Who am I?”, “Who killed me?”, and “Why was I killed?”

    One night is all you have to answer these questions before your soul vanishes at dawn’s first light, and your only lead is the female detective who witnessed your death…

    “Possess” and “Manipulate” Your Way to the Truth!

    As the main character, you can possess and manipulate objects, such as a guitar or an umbrella, using your “Powers of the Dead”. A variety of actions will be available to you depending on what you possess. Strive to possess the truth itself!

    Rewind Time “4 Minutes Before Death” to Change Fate!

    Death seems to follow you wherever you go, but you can do something about that! Using one of your ghostly powers, go back to a point 4 minutes before a person’s death and change their fate!

    Chapters 1 and 2 are Free!

    Should this touching tale “possess” you, the rest of the story is available for purchase under “Buy More Chapters” on the title screen.

    Based on the Critically Acclaimed Nintendo DS Game

    *GameSpot Best of 2011 Awards – Best Handheld Game Winner

    *GameTrailers Game of the Year Awards 2011 – Best Nintendo DS Game Winner

    SourceGematsu
    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon and a News Writer at Game Rant. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email: soul@finalweapon.net

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