Murder Mystery Paradox: Fifteen Years of Summer Launches in December 2023

    Steam demo launching on October 9

    Aniplex and Fahrenheit 213 announced visual novel Murder Mystery Paradox: Fifteen Years of Summer will release on December 2 for PC via Steam. The game will be available in Japanese only, however. 

    Murder Mystery Paradox: Fifteen Years of Summer was announced this past April as one of Fahrenheit 213’s first new games. The studio is also developing TSURUGIHIME, a new action game that’s coming soon to PC via Steam. 

    Murder Mystery Paradox: Fifteen Years of Summer Supports Japanese Only

    Although the Steam page is in English, Murder Mystery Paradox: Fifteen Years of Summer will only support Japanese when it launches on December 2. A free demo will also be available starting today, October 9. 

    Here’s an overview of Murder Mystery Paradox: Fifteen Years of Summer via the official Steam page:

    Murder Mystery Paradox: Fifteen Years of Summer is a text-based adventure game. Enter the remote and sparsely populated island of Shikinejima and attempt to solve the strangely recurring mystery found there.


    August, 2004.
    Shikinejima — a secluded island that only a few hundred people call home.

    Fifteen-year-old Itsuki Amazawa has come to visit the island for the very first time.
    At his adoptive mother’s childhood home, he and his newly met cousins pass the summer days in peace and quiet.

    That is, until Itsuki learns the truth about the island…

    Strange incidents known to the locals as “Shikinejima Vanishings” have been occurring around the island.
    And deeply entangled in these puzzling happenings are people that Itsuki holds dear.

    Will he be able to uncover the truth and save those he cares about?

    Game Outline

    “The Culprit Is One of Us”

    Your objective is to investigate this insular island and expose the one responsible for the incidents.
    As you are also a suspect, however, you will find yourself under the scrutiny of others.

    Unravel the mystery before time runs out by speaking with the suspects to gather clues and deduce the truth.
    At the same time, you must clear your own name by gaining trust from those around you.

    Fail to earn enough trust before the end and you may find yourself painted the villain…

    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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