Sigma Harmonics Coda, which we first discovered by searching through trademarks, is an even more compact version of Square Enix’s murder mystery game.
A mobile phone port of Think Garage’s Nintendo DS game, diced up into chapters, is now available in Japan. Basically, it’s the same story retooled for cell phones. We’ve seen a fair share of cell phone games such as Yggdra Unison and Front Mission 2089 come to the Nintendo DS. Not many games made for the DS go the other direction.
Perhaps, Square Enix will port Sigma Harmonics Coda to the iPhone and finally give it worldwide release. That potential localization strategy could work with a bunch of other only in Japan DS games like Nanashi no Game too.