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Square Enix Announces The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story for Mobile Devices Next Week

Death isn’t the end of the mystery, as The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story for mobile devices comes out April 25. Square Enix’s cinematic mystery game with supernatural elements comes to iOS and Android devices with a specially-made control scheme.

About The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story

Today, SQUARE ENIX announced that The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story, the immersive live-action mystery-adventure game previously released on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and

Steam for PC, will debut Tuesday, April 25 on mobile devices via the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

In this haunting, enigmatic murder mystery directed by Koichiro Ito (METAL GEAR SOLID V) and produced by Junichi Ehara (NieR:Automata), players step into the shoes of Haruka Kagami, a mystery writer who must use her powers of deduction to uncover the truth behind four inexplicable deaths, all of which befell the Shijima family in the last century. A truly unique combination of live-action sequences and high-quality cinematography brings this authentically traditional Japanese story to unsettling life.

About the game’s mobile features

On mobile devices, The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story utilizes touch-screen controls for more intuitive gameplay while making quality-of-life improvements to various gameplay aspects. These additions complement a gripping narrative starring Nanami Sakuraba as Haruka Kagami and Yuta Hiraoka as Eiji Shijima, the Shijima family heir who returns home to help unravel the mystery behind his ill-fated family.

The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story will be sold at a reduced price of $17.99 USD from now until May 10, when it will return to $19.99 USD. Players can take advantage of the limited-time discount by pre-ordering now on the Apple App Store or purchasing from the Google Play Store at launch.

Are you getting The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story on iOS or Android? Stay tuned for more gaming news here on Miso.

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During the day, Elisha is an aspiring businessman, but at night, he's a wacky freelance writer. Born into the world with a fleeting knowledge of rhythm games, he loves shonen manga and still wants Pushing Daisies to have some closure. For any manga/anime/video game inquiries, please contact him at edeograc (at)
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