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Review: The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story – A Campy Murder-Mystery from Square Enix

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Almost to die for.

If you’d told us in January that an FMV crime thriller title would be one of our most memorable experiences on Switch this year, we’d have looked at you like you were one of The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story’s main murder suspects. Directed by Koichiro Ito (scenario designer for Metal Gear Solid V) and produced by Junichi Ehara (NieR: Automata) at Square Enix, it kind of escaped our attention for a while, like a clever killer slinking around at night, but we are thrilled to have finally caught this culprit.

The Centennial Case revolves around Haruka Kagami, a crime writer, and Eiji Shijima, a scientist studying the cellular aging process. After a skeleton is unearthed at Eiji’s ancestral home, he asks Haruka to travel with him to investigate the mysteries surrounding his family while he himself searches for a fruit passed down through his family that can reverse the aging process.

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