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Psychic Detective Series Vol. 3 AYA

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<a href="" class="light_un" target="_blank"></a> <br /> <br /> FMV-augmented point-and-click adventure game released in 1991 by Data West for the FM Towns (released for Windows in 1998). The Psychic Detective Series revolves around the titular psych's somewhat supernatural experiences with certain clients, which then lead him onto further mysteries. Data West was praised at the time for pairing a traditional visual novel-like game with full-motion video produced by Kyoto Animation (they even coined the Data Active Picture System, or DAPS). Some games in the series feature nudity, but are otherwise not pornographic; these stories are more or less meant for a mature audience. <br /> <br /> Because the games came on CD-ROMs with both FMVs and Japanese voice acting, the easiest solution would be to fit an FM Towns emulator with subtitle overlay functions (rather than produce a new dub), then use that as the standalone. However, the Windows ports are largely identical, use .AVI video files, and would likely have better support both from the publisher and by nature of Windows compatibility. So translating the Windows versions would ultimately be more economic. <br /> <br /> Footage: <a href="" class="light_un" target="_blank"></a>

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