Posted on Monday, November 7th, 2011 at 10:18 PM by Paul James
Today, Ubisoft announced that James Noir’s Hollywood Crimes will be available in the UK on November 25th exclusively for Nintendo 3DS™. In this brand-new franchise, players will embark on an exciting and immersive adventure and be confronted with more than 140 intriguing puzzles and riddles in order to solve a series of murders.
In James Noir’s Hollywood Crimes, you play a contestant in a TV game show which gathers the best puzzle-solvers in the United States. But former winners are killed one after the other and a criminal mastermind manipulates and defies the player at every turn. To get out of this situation and discover the identity of the murderer, the player has to solve the puzzles left by the killer at every crime scene.
Thanks to the Nintendo 3DS camera, the player becomes part of an interactive 3D movie in a very realistic 60’s setting.
For more information about James Noir’s Hollywood Crimes, please visit: www.jamesnoir.com
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