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Master Detective Archives: Rain Code Trailer Introduces 2 Characters

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Spike Chunsoft released a new introduction trailer for Master Detective Archives: Rain Code characters. It has also announced the English and Japanese cast for Yuma Kokohead and Shinigami, who are the protagonists. Both Standard and Mysteriful Limited Editions are now available for pre-order.

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At a little over two minutes long, the characters trailer for Master Detective Archives: Rain Code shows off Shinigami’s personality, as well as some cutscenes and gameplay scenes. Some of these scenes appeared in previous trailers. The game will have an 3D map you can explore, as well as investigation parts where you gather evidence. However, there will also be action sequences after you enter the Mystery Labyrinth where you use your clues as weapons to face off against the culprit.

You can watch the Master Detective Archives: Rain Code trailer in both English and Japanese here:

Lucien Dodge will voice Yuma Kokohead in English whereas Anjali Kunapaneni will voice Shinigami. Dodge previously appeared as K1-B0 in Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony and Kunapaneni voices Dori in Genshin Impact. In Japanese, Katsumi Fukuhara voices Yuma and Sayumi Suzuhiro voices Shinigami. Fukuhara was Touya Mochizuki in Isekai wa Smartphone to Tomo ni and  Suzushiro is Noa Ushio in Blue Archive.

Master Detective Archives: Rain Code will come out for the NIntendo Switch in Spring 2023. It is available for pre-order. If you buy the Mysteriful Limited Edition, you can get a physical copy of the game, a SteelBook, an art book, the soundtrack, a Shinigami plush, and a special box.

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