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[18+] MangaGamer Announce Acquisition of Visual Novel Touma Kojirou’s Detective File: Murder at the Opera House


ToumaKojirouAnother weekend has resulted in MangaGamer announcing yet another eroge visual novel acquisition. This time around we have another softhouse seal title by the English title of Touma Kojirou’s Detective File -Murder at the Opera House-.

Known by the name Touma Kojirou no Tantei File ~Opera Za no Kaijin Satsujin Jiken~ or 冬馬小次郎の探偵FILE ~オペラ座の怪人殺人事件~ in Japan, the story follows detective Touma Kojirou who in the past was an ordinary detective investigating suspicions of adultery and finding lost pets until his sister brings her friend in as a client.

As the theater troupe prepares for their performance of “Phantom of the Opera”, a real phantom threatens to end their production! The question is….. will the detective be able to uncover the identity of this masked assailant before its too late? OR will he be too busy banging every member of the cast?

To be released on the 21st June 2013 (Although no product page has yet been opened), this title will be priced at $24.95, feature uncensored CG artwork and will feature Japanese voice-overs with English subtitles.


My name is Kojirou Touma. I run a detective agency with my childhood friend, Natsukise Youko. For a famous detective like myself, every day brings mysterious and incomprehensible cases to keep me very busy… 

…At least, that’s what I wish I could say. No customers at the office again today. Well, I guess the world’s a better place when there’s no work for us detectives, but… still, now I have Youko blaming me for it and lecturing me about how I need to earn a living. Honestly, it’s not my fault there’s no work coming in… and, just as I was telling you all this, my little sister Reina has brought along an adorable client.

I never would have thought the coming of this cute girl would lead to the tragic tale of murder which would later unfold.

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