The Last Window Is A Sequel To Hotel Dusk

So that’s what The Last Window was — proof that there is a God. The full title is Last Window: Mayonaka no Yakusoku (Last Window: Midnight Promise) and is developed, as you’d expect, by Cing. It releases for the Nintendo DS on January 14, 2010 and takes place in a 1980s Los Angeles. (Yes Kyle is back.)

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In a recent interview conducted by Cubed3, Cing confirmed they were considering the possibility of an encounter between an older Kyle Hyde and a grown up Ashley Mizuki Robbins from Trace Memory, since there is a clear overlap between their stories. Whether or not The Last Window will be where this meeting takes place remains to be seen.


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