Last Window: The Secret Of Cape West Heading To Europe

By Spencer . July 14, 2010 . 9:32am

imageNintendo is utilizing their Last Window trademark and localizing the sequel to Hotel Dusk: Room 215 as Last Window: The Secret of Cape West… for Europe.

 

Kyle Hyde’s next case takes place a year after the events in Hotel Dusk and after he leaves the NYPD. As an unemployed salesman, Kyle seeks out the elusive Red Star, which is inside the Cape West apartment building. Check out our impressions of the Japanese version for more on Last Window: The Secret of Cape West. The game is slated for September 17 in Europe.

 

A week after Last Window, Nintendo of Europe will publish Face Training. This training program has players copy face poses shown on the Nintendo DSi. The European version, Face Training: Facial exercises to strengthen and relax from Fumiko Inudo, does not ship with a GBA slot powered camera, which makes this game a Nintendo DSi exclusive.

 

Last Window: The Secret of Cape West and Face Training have not been announced for North America at this time.


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  • http://www.pixiv.net/member.php?id=2704923 Buntar0

    So glad this is comming to Europe.
    Still, it’s CING’s last game ;_;

    • lostinblue

      They were bankrupt not dissolved, let me hope.

      • Hours

        Yes, I really hope they are able to bounce back. I can’t believe that Nintendo hasn’t offered to buy them out yet though, you’d think they would want to own a company that has made some of the most critically acclaimed games for the DS & Wii.

  • http://ofurotaimu.dreamwidth.org shirokiryuu

    Welll… this may be the first game I’ve ever imported from Europe…

    • SeventhEvening

      Same.

    • http://www.twitter.com/Celedin Celedin

      Enjoy our huge chunky DS cases : P

      • http://ofurotaimu.dreamwidth.org shirokiryuu

        o___o how do they look like? I’ve read complaints about them, but I’ve never actually seen how they look like…

        • Jaxx-Leviathan

          There is nothing wrong with our cases, I actually prefer them to the US standard. They are transparent/white, only slightly thicker than your black ones, they feel a bit more roomy on the inside IMO and I find them easier to open and close. The cartridge seems to fit tighter in the EU case sockets, though this also often makes it difficult to release from the socket without being anxious for the safety of the game.

  • kylehyde

    Is time for set on fire NOA’s offices.

  • Yeshua49

    I guess I will have enough time to finish the first one.

  • Airgetlam

    Best news I’ve heard all week.

  • http://www.liquid-crystal.biz/ kryptonics

    This is going to be a hot import.

  • Trotmeister

    #@$& yeah!

  • capristrider

    Holy macaroni! This is coming to europe! Time to dust down the DS and get my Mac on…

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/W6TMBSN7GKFPT3KAOYP6FZR5VU Strider Tom-Tom

    Yes, Yes, Yes

  • Natat

    Oh, wow. I guess I must go finish Hotel Dusk now (dunno why I haven’t yet, it’s such an awesome game)

  • Hours

    I’m really glad it’s at least coming out in English somewhere because I’ll definitely import it if I have to. But I still hope NoA get’s their act together and announces the game for North America, I find it ridiculous that it hasn’t been already.

    I’m still waiting for Another Code R too NoA, why must you be so lazy…

  • Joanna

    This better not end up in Europe only! Just when I thought Nintendo of America was getting better at bringing titles over they pull this crap with Another Code R, ASH, and maybe now Hotel Dusk. I guess I should be happy that at least the DS is region free….sigh.

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