At long last, we are ready to announce that our English translation of Detective Conan & Kindaichi Case Files: Chance Encounter of 2 Great Detective for Nintendo DS will be released on JUNE 29th, 2015.
Here is a little of what to expect from the game:
- Over 40 hours of gameplay
- Play as Conan or Kindaichi over eight chapters in an entirely original story
- Fully translated into English for the first time
- Playable on PC / Mac via emulator, and Nintendo DS systems with a flash card
- Bonus omake elements added for fans to uncover throughout the game
Upon release, we will be publishing a full, step-by-step guide in order to help you get up and running as quickly as possible. Still, if any of the ensuing instructions are confusing, don’t worry. We will be here to assist everyone in getting the game running on their systems in the eventual release post and on the forums.
Read on for a brief rundown on how you will be able to play the game once it is released in less than two weeks on June 29th, as well as the answers to some frequently asked questions.
After four new consecutive files, the new issue of Shonen Sunday (#27) announced that the Detective Conan manga will once again resume its hiatus until “early summer“. Starting from issue #28, Shonen Sunday will once again publish reprints of old Detective Conan files. No specific date was given for when exactly new files will be published again.
As previously reported, Gosho Aoyama announced in March that he had recently undergone surgery, and while the operation was a success, he would be remaining in the hospital until summer.
Issue #22/#23 of Shounen Sunday announced that a new Detective Conan manga file will be published on May 13, with the magazine’s 24th issue.
This will be the first new file to be published since the hiatus started in March due to Gosho’s hospitalization. Issue #22/23 teases that the story of the new file (#921) will focus on Ran and Shinichi, and will tell how they first met.
It is not yet known whether Detective Conan’s printing will return to its regular schedule after File #921, or its publishing will remain irregular.
As previously reported, Gosho Aoyama announced in March that he underwent a surgery, and while the operation was a success, he still had to stay in the hospital until the summer. For the past month, Shounen Sunday reprinted old files of Detective Conan: #156-159 (the first case to feature Kaito Kid in Detective Conan).
Source: Anime News Network
With the nineteenth Detective Conan movie Sunflowers of Inferno being released in Japan yesterday, we have learned a bit more about what can be expected for the upcoming 20th movie of the series to be released in April of 2016.
Following revelations from Gosho Aoyama in a series of postcards about a month ago, we learned that both Gin and Amuro would be appearing in the next film and that it would then logically be about the Black Organization. The teaser has brought more speculation about the potential content of the movie as it presents a glass of alcohol in a dark and gloomy bar with Gin’s voice being heard in the background, saying: ”Bourbon, Kir… Don’t tell me…?”.
More information will naturally be revealed about the movie by the end of the year.
In a very welcome piece of news, Discotek Media has announced they have obtained licenses to release both the Lupin the 3rd VS Detective Conan TV Special from 2009 and Lupin the 3rd VS Detective Conan: The Movie from 2013 in the United States.
Both releases will—at the very least—be subtitled and, judging by their stellar track record on recent Lupin releases, contain some valuable extras as well. No word has been passed on as to whether the releases will be only on DVD or will also be issued in Blu-ray varieties. We’ll keep you posted as more information is released.
Source: Discotek Media on Facebook
In addition to Gosho’s personal message, Shogakukan reports that Gosho already went in and out of hospital repeatedly last year, but decline to specify his illness for privacy reasons.
After File 920, which will be published in this week’s issue (SS #16), there will be no new file in issue #17. It is still unclear whether there will be a new file the following week (#18). Starting from issue #19, Shounen Sunday will run reprints of old Detective Conan files. When and how often new files will be published during Gosho’s hospital stay is still unclear.
Source: Yahoo Headlines
The latest issue of Shounen Sunday includes a special message from Gosho Aoyama alongside the newest Detective Conan chapter. Recently, the author explains, he underwent surgery for an unnamed medical condition.
Although the procedure was reportedly a success, Aoyama will be hospitalized until summer. Further chapters of the Detective Conan manga will be published irregularly in the interim.