Peter Triezenberg
London Detective Mysteria Coming to Windows PC on July 31st
Picking this otome game up is simply elementary!
07.16.19 - 2:41 PM

If you're a fan of otome games and Victorian-era fiction, then you're in luck. XSEED Games announced today that London Detective Mysteria, a "detective romance visual novel" previously released for the PlayStation Vita, will be coming to PC on July 31st. The game will be available on Steam,, and The Humble Store, and will retail for $29.99 USD.

Check out the announcement trailer below, as well as a summary from XSEED.

Originally released in Japan as Eikoku Tantei Mysteria: The Crown, in London Detective Mysteria players will solve cases as main protagonist Lady Whiteley, where the choices they make influence their detective rank and relationships with other characters. As Lady Whiteley, players will mingle with dashing detectives and debonair characters of questionable background while exploring the darker, less known side of Victorian-era London. The PC version will receive a number of improvements including support for multiple resolutions and language options, ensuring that the detailed character illustrations remain crisp to keep players immersed in the story as they learn more about the cast of characters while tracking their relationships with them in-game.

London Detective Mysteria Screenshot

If you're curious as to what we thought of London Detective Mysteria, the auspicious Audra Bowling has you covered with review. Stay tuned to RPGFan for more coverage of London Detective Mysteria!