Master Detective Archives: RAIN CODE Details Kanai Ward, Mystery Labyrinth, and More

    A game full of mystery and death.

    Spike Chunsoft revealed a plethora of new details regarding Master Detective Archives: RAIN CODE including the Mystery Labyrinth, explorable areas in the Kanai Ward, and much more. Master Detective Archives: RAIN CODE is scheduled for a June 30 release on Nintendo Switch.

    The latest details about Master Detective Archives: RAIN CODE are available below via Spike Chunsoft:

    Areas to Explore in Kanai Ward Early On
    Kamasaki District

    The liveliest, most bustling area in Kanai Ward. Many people reside here, and a variety of shops and stalls line the streets. It’s characterized by a very large number of stairs and pedestrian bridges, making it look like a multi-story structure. There’s also an underground passage leading to the riverbank.

    • Sun & Moon Hotel – A hotel in Kamasaki District. It’s a magnificent building, but seldom has customers because of the city’s isolation. Guests are rarely seen other than the Master Detectives.

    A riverbank of the large river running through Kanai Ward. Due to Amaterasu Corporation’s business practices, the water itself is terribly polluted. The Nocturnal Detective Agency is currently located here after being evicted from a building in Kamasaki District.

    Ginma District

    The high-class commercial district. It looks orderly compared to Kamasaki District, and the blue lighting creates a calm atmosphere. There are cafes and restaurants, as well as landmarks like the art gallery with two dinosaur fossils in the public square, and the clocktower.

    Kanai Station Square

    The magnificent station serves as the gateway to Kanai Ward. It’s the only way into the isolated city, but the number of travelers is very limited. The front of the station is deserted.

    Challenge the Mystery Labyrinth Where Mysteries Are Materialized

    Structure of the Mystery Labyrinth & Solving Various Puzzles
    The design of a Labyrinth is influenced by the case being investigated, so the atmosphere will differ drastically each case. If the culprit sets up misleads and traps to prevent the case being solved, these will also be reflected in the Labyrinth, making it even more complex. In addition to the Reasoning Death Match against the Mystery Phantoms, questions that need to be answered will manifest into different puzzles. Multiple choice questions, solving a mystery with the correct Solution Key, as well as action-oriented sequences all appear.

    Poke out the letters of the slow-rotating barrel to spell out the word that answers the question. Why is Shinigami in a barrel? It’s a mystery.

    Basic Reasoning Death Match Action

    The Reasoning Death Match is a direct confrontation with the Mystery Phantoms trying to prevent the mystery from being solved. The Reasoning Death Match will appear many times until the Labyrinth is conquered. If it’s a complex case involving various agendas, multiple Mystery Phantoms may appear. Although several mechanics are added as the game progresses, the following are the four basics of the Death Match. It seems action-packed at first glance, but has simple controls.

    • Dodge – The Phantom’s statements will approach in various shapes and movements. Dodge the statements by moving left and right, crouching, and jumping.
    • Select Solution Key – The Solution Keys obtained during the investigation are critical to victory in a Death Match. Find the contradiction among the Mystery Phantom’s statements and set the Solution Key disproving it onto the Solution Blade.
    • Rebuttal – Point out the contradiction and slash through it with the Solution Blade while the Solution Key is set. Successfully doing so advances the story.
    • Slash Noise – Noise (pink statements) unrelated to the main topic can sometimes get in the way. Get rid of them with “Slash Noise.”

    Although the Phantom is modeled after the person involved in the real world case, it is only a materialization by Qs, strange beings which appear in the Mystery Labyrinth, and has no direct connection to said person.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Managing Editor of Final Weapon and a Games Writer at Game Rant with four years of writing and editing experience. Raul is passionate about the Japanese gaming industry, and he's a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs, and fighting games. business email: [email protected] | Muck Rack:

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