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Hotel Dusk: Room 215 (Nintendo DS) - Overview
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Alternative Names

Wish Room: Tenshi no Kioku

ウィッシュルーム 天使の記憶,

Developer

Cing

Genre

Adventure

Release Dates

01/22/07 Nintendo
01/25/07 Nintendo
04/13/07 Nintendo

Community Stats

Owners: 241
Tracked: 1
Wishlist: 8
Now Playing: 3

Summary

Take control of an interactive mystery novel and discover the secrets of Hotel Dusk. Who is Kyle Hyde? Why is he haunted by his past? What really happened in Room 215? Only by taking the stylus in hand and navigating through the story's twists and turns can players learn the answers.
  • Players live this interactive novel through the eyes of Kyle Hyde, a former New York detective on a quest for redemption … and revenge. A surprising plot, clever dialogue and an intriguing cast of supporting characters accompany him on the journey.
  • Hotel Dusk: Room 215 is a touch screen-focused title that players of any skill level can play. By engaging in conversations with shady bellboys, chatty maids and secretive femme fatales – each with dark secrets of their own – the player determines the path of the story.
  • Hotel Dusk: Room 215 uses sketch animation, film noir-esque camera angles and dynamic lighting to create a truly original and innovative graphic style.

Game storyline: Part hard-boiled detective story and part intriguing mystery, Hotel Dusk: Room 215 is an atmospheric yarn that takes place over the course of one night –Dec. 28, 1979. The lead character is a disgraced New York detective named Kyle Hyde who arrives at a run-down Los Angeles inn called Hotel Dusk. Once there, Kyle soon becomes involved in a 30-year-old mystery that involves lies, betrayal and murder. Over the course of the night, he will also discover something very special about Room 215 … a room that is said to grant wishes. The film noir feel of the story is enhanced by graphics that push video games in a true artistic direction. By combining a hand-drawn animation style with a creative use of color, Hotel Dusk: Room 215 creates a living, breathing world for gamers to experience.

How to progress through the game: Most of the game is driven by conversations. As players speak to people in the hotel, they will learn bits and pieces of the story, discover clues to the mystery of Kyle Hyde's past and encounter puzzles that need to be solved.

The game uses branching storylines to tell its tale, giving players many options for how to speak to people. Should they strong-arm the little girl in the hallway? Make nice with the hotel maid? Pretend to be interested in the manager's rambling stories? It's all up to them, but they must choose wisely. One false step could get them thrown out of the hotel and forever seal the mystery of what happened on that dark Christmas Eve three years ago …

As players speak to people, they'll have to choose how they want the conversation to proceed. All characters in Hotel Dusk: Room 215 bring their own secrets to the table … but some are better left unknown. The game also features simple touch-screen tasks such as picking a lock, decorating a Christmas tree or completing a jigsaw puzzle.

Characters: Games can't have a good story without memorable characters, and Hotel Dusk: Room 215 is filled with all kinds of unusual birds. Here are just a few of the 14 people players will meet during their stay:

Kyle Hyde: A former New York City police detective who quit the force, Hyde now travels the country as a salesman while searching for his missing partner.
Brian Bradley: Hyde's former partner, Bradley was shot on the docks of the Hudson River. His body fell into the water and was never recovered …
Louis DeNonno: A reformed pickpocket from the hard streets of New York, Louis struck out for Los Angeles for reasons of his own. He is less than thrilled to see Kyle Hyde re-enter his life ...
Mila: Found wandering by the side of the road and taken to Hotel Dusk, Mila is a young girl who seems to have a connection to Kyle's past.
Iris: Beautiful Iris is an up-and-coming Hollywood actress. So why is she staying in a run-down motel on the outskirts of Los Angeles?
Dunning Smith: The hard-nosed owner of Hotel Dusk, he hates cops, crooks and trouble with equal passion. Unfortunately, all three seem to follow him wherever he goes ...

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Game Information Updated Gnac 21st Jun 2009

Sales History

Total Sales
0.22m
Japan
0.26m
NA
0.04m
Europe
0.03m
Others
0.54m
Total
1 62,173 12,015 n/a 2,883 77,071
2 26,628 7,955 n/a 1,764 36,347
3 12,309 4,271 n/a 927 17,507
4 22,445 4,288 n/a 1,032 27,765
5 24,747 3,831 n/a 969 29,547
6 16,282 3,248 n/a 774 20,304
7 10,019 2,681 n/a 605 13,305
8 7,897 2,364 n/a 524 10,785
9 6,675 2,085 n/a 459 9,219
10 5,716 1,958 n/a 426 8,100

Opinion (35)

Scary4Eva posted 01/05/2012, 09:15
I love this game.
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gustavohenrique posted 29/12/2011, 03:31
One of my favourites DS titles. But i agree, the first hours it was boring, lol
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Soma posted 21/11/2011, 05:38
Finally finished it. Great game! The first hours it was a little boring but once the story picks up it gets really interesting and hard to put down!
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Boutros posted 20/11/2011, 11:01
7$!!
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Kihniö posted 21/10/2010, 04:58
Just ordered from play-asia..for 14 euros..not bad. And next Last window
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Arfen posted 16/04/2010, 01:03
This game has a rerelease in Others with price drop.. I'd like to know how this sold in Others..
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