As we get closer to finishing the Spectrum Episode, we discover that Koichi the whole time knew that Hikaru was dead, and that he was depressed about it.
I then had to do a crazy ass pop quiz, before finding out what really happened. Hiruma, the man who committed suicide, were chasing after Koichi and Hikaru before they got split up and Hikaru was caught between Hiruma and a crossing train. The fear got so much that he suffered a heart attack. What a bummer…
After announcing the game on Tuesday, Rockstar revealed the Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer. It looks to be a very pretty game, but it barely shows any of the characters, or what kind of plot it might have. Though in honesty that might be a good thing because we have to wait a year before this game comes out. As expected the game is coming out on the PS4 and XBox One; there doesn’t seem to be a PC release. However, Rockstar did announce that there will be a way to play Red Dead Redemption (1) on the PC through Sony’s PlayStation Now streaming service. Personally I just wish there was a means to get it properly on the PC through Steam, but at least that’s another game on PlayStation Now that makes the service worth it.
Yup, I had to cheat again. It turns out that the only way to see the manager of the apartment is to find out that the shutters to the parking lot are locked; you do this by walking into it. Then you can talk to the manager on the ground floor where you can get the keys and we can find Koichi.
Despite the silly Columbo reference in this, Morikawa later on discovers Chizuru off duty, and a little bit of loving embrace happens in an alley… Maybe they were lovers after all huh?
So I become a member of the Heinous Crime Unit in this game. Now I’m a real private dick! And somehow I’m thrown into solving this so-called suicide case on my own. But I get caught up trying to help out a kid find his, ribbit-ing, friend. Issue is, I return the next day and now I have to work out a code written on a piece of paper, and I can’t quite figure it out…
Pressing on to the main story this time, we hear a story about a boy and his friend Hikaru, who apparently sounds like a frog. I had to question why this was the case when the next sentence explains it…
Anyway, what looks like a suicide takes place, and I’m on the job with Hachisuka at the Typhoon Apartments, the same place where Tokio lives. However I received an email by, Bat (I’m the god-damn Batman…), telling me that Tokio is dangerous, even though I saved him from Kamui and Ayame at the Babylon shopping mall.
What happened with this suicide? And what’s with these kids? We’ll find out!
So we meet that weird Enzawa guy again, the one who said that Kamui is the moon. Now he says that Ayame is the perfect women… Yeah… The perfect woman whom shot her lover’s other lady friends due to having kids with them!
Hey ho, this side story finally ends as we get the perspective of the Kamui case, or the Ayame case as it’s now called, from the eyes on Tokio. It’s made to look as if it’s just a set of murders done by the act of jealously. But could the murder virus be a real thing? Or am I just being told that just because of what was said at the beginning of the game?
Continuing on Tokio’s side story. He finds a man who knows something about the crazy serial killer, Kamui. But he discovers that this man is a bit nuts as he compares Kamui to the moon. So of course I had to add another Mighty Boosh Moon joke in there! lol!
As Tokio figures out what’s going on, he gets reminded that he was in a coma, and he begins to work out what happened. I honesty think we met Tokio before…
So we figured out that the murders were not done by Kamui, but rather by his ex-lover Ayame, who is jealous of Kamui having kids with other women. And therefore Kamui is a deadbeat Dad, and Ayame is one hell of a green eyed monster, to the point where she would kill herself!
So yes, I cheated! I had to look up an old Japanese video of someone playing the game and recording the TV screen; such low quality… lol!
But it turns out that I had to look up whilst standing on the shadow, because there’s a body about to fall on you! Argh! After that nastiness, the Heinous Crimes Department discover an art shop where Kamui used to go to, and it gets a little crazy and weird from here on out. Those kids though! So damn creepy!
So yeah… A lesson I learnt when making this Let’s Play video. Don’t record a Let’s Play when you’re really tired! You don’t read very well and you get lost quite easily!
So this time I read a creepy email that sounds like Tetsu is screwing around with me. There’s a Ring-ring-ring-ring-ring-ring-ring, Banana phone! Breaking security codes whilst I get super lost in a shopping trying to find survivors when Kamui is on the loose. And more importantly, more dead people will be found!