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Nintendo Releases Another Code Trailer Movie
01.19.05 - 6:19 PM

Nintendo has updated the official website of its adventure title Another Code: Futatsu no Kioku. Fans can take a first look at the Nintendo DS-based adventure game by watching the trailer provided on the site.

Another Code tells the story of a caring and strong-willed protagonist named Ashley. Her parents were scientists working at the research laboratory of a secret government agency. When Ashley was still very young, her parents were involved in the development of a device called Another, capable of controlling people's memories. However the problems resulting from this invention did not stay far behind. Due to a certain incident Ashley does not remember what happened to her parents. Being raised by her aunt, she has been told her parents have died back then. However, just before her 14th birthday, Ashley receives a package containing a greeting card and a PDA-like handheld device called DAS from an unknown sender. Written on the greeting card is the following mysterious message: "Beloved Ashley, let's celebrate your 14th birthday together. I will be waiting for you on Blooded World Island. Richard". Since the name of Ashley's father was Richard, she is convinced he is still alive and hence embarks on a journey to the mysterious island.

Another Code: Futatsu no Kioku will be available in Japan on February 24th for 4,800 yen ($46.93 US).


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