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Kara no Shoujo

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Genre: Adventure, Point-and-click, Visual Novel

Platforms: DVD Player, PC (Microsoft Windows)

Set in 1956, Reiji is investigating a series of strange crimes that revolve arround an all-female academy, which may be involved with the murder that killed his wife.

Also, he meets Toko Kuchiki, a strange girl who hires Reiji for the job to "find her real self".

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Japanese-kun: Director-san, I have come to thee to come with a suggestion for our company's big hit. Director-san: [Nods in Japanese] Japanese-kun: You see, I have come to see the sucess of Phoenix Wright games, and the Western obsession with police novels and movies, that have permeated in Japan. I think we can take both concepts and put them in a way to advance our mighty japanese videogames and show all the westerns the potential of Visual N... Read More


March, 1956.
Tokyo; a metropolis finally starting to recover ten long years after Japan's defeat in the War. Private eye Tokisaka Reiji accepts a strange request from a girl in Inokashira Park.

"I want you to look for something. Me. My true self."

Meanwhile, a series of bizarre murders is plaguing the area, one where young women are disappearing, only to turn up dead and maimed with their wombs torn out. Seeking assistance on the case, Detective Uozumi Kyozo called up his old friend and former coworker, Reiji.

Ouba Girls Academy; a school on the outskirts of Hoya City. Reiji's little sister attends this school, where two young women have mysteriously vanished. Saeki Tokio, the vice principal, calls in Reiji to investigate their disappearance, giving him his third case.

Reiji infiltrates the academy as a substitute teacher to glean information from the students - but that's when he meets her once again.

Kuchiki Toko - his first clients, the girl who asked him to search for her true self. Her manner is distinctly boyish as she remarks:

"Heya - so we meet again, Mr. Detective."

The body count continues to rise. What should be a simple search for some students is staring to grow out of control. For some reason, the number of missing people and unidentified bodies don't match up.

Who will be chosen as the next victim?

As the endless cycle of tragedy continues, what mysteries lie behind these new cases? Behind a similar series of murders from six years ago?

Perhaps one girl's smile might await beneath the shell of tragedy...