A couple of month in the past, Capcom revealed throughout the newest Nintendo Direct that the superb 2011 Nintendo DS recreation Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective will obtain an HD remaster this summer time. For followers of this distinctive thriller recreation, together with myself, this stood as simply one of the crucial nice surprises of the direct. And happily, Capcom already had extra information to share on the remaster in the course of the current Capcom Highlight. Particularly, Capcom put out an official launch date of June 30 for Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective‘s rerelease. Moreover, the corporate handled followers to a prolonged new trailer that explores the remaster’s options in additional depth.
Other than the sharpened visible aesthetic, the Ghost Trick remaster comes with an enhanced framerate in addition to a brand new consumer interface. It additionally boasts the Challenges function, which comprises a brand new set of circumstances for gamers to meet to unlock art work and music tracks. Talking of music tracks, the remaster has new rearranged variations of the sport’s music and even some completely new tracks, though happily, it does embrace the unique songs for these searching for a extra genuine expertise. Lastly, the remaster incorporates the slider puzzles that Capcom launched within the now-unavailable iOS port of the sport.
What’s Ghost Trick all about?
Made by the identical director behind the Phoenix Wright sequence, Ghost Trick duties gamers with controlling a ghost to own and manipulate objects. Doing so will let gamers avert the deaths of assorted victims so long as they will make sense of the sport’s environmental puzzles. Moreover, Ghost Trick rewards gamers who keep it up with simply one of the crucial partaking and hermetic tales in all of gaming. Which will sound like a daring declare, however those that know, know.
With the discharge of the Ghost Trick remaster coming in over three months, extra gamers can hopefully expertise a recreation that sadly went beneath the radar again when it got here out. After all, this assumes that the remaster comes with none main bugs or points, which Capcom traditionally has been capable of ship on pretty persistently with its rereleases.