Hotel Dusk: Room 215
|Hotel Dusk: Room 215|
Also known as: Wish Room: Tenshi no Kioku (JP)
Compare the title screen between the US and European version. (US title screen is yellow while the European title screen is red)
Hotel Dusk: Room 215 is an excellent visual novel for the DS, released after the success of the Ace Attorney series. The game had a sequel, which much like Trace Memory's sequel didn't get a North American release, called Last Window: The Secret of Cape West, which became the last game developed by CiNG before they went bankrupt.
Get a code for the Japanese version so some of the text isn't garbled.
Use the following Action Replay code in the European version, then hold Select while loading a save to enter a debug menu where you can see any events and images you want.
0200B470 E3550092 94000130 FFFB0000 0200B470 E3A05004 D2000000 00000000
- GAME MENU – Select "START" or "CONTINUE"
- MAP SELECT –
- WALK THROUGH –
- OPENING – Watch the opening movie
- CHAPTER SELECT – Choose from "EP2" through "EP10"
- SOUND CONFIG – Turn music and sound effects on/off
- START MENU – Jump to title screen
- DOMINANT HAND SELECT – Select left or right handed
- ANIME TEST – Play animations for each character
- Select – Switch screen character is displayed on
- L/R – Scroll through backgrounds
- X – Turn dialog box on/off (if on left side)
- B – Go back to main menu
- SOUND TEST – Play all the music and sound effects in the game
- BG TEST – View all the backgrounds in the game
- TRICK SELECT – Test the interactive/puzzle segments
- POCKET BOOK – Open the pocket book menu
- CAMERAANIME TEST – View the first person sequences where the camera pans around the room
- DUMMY STAFF ROLL – Show the credits sequence
- TIME TEST – View the short clock sequences
- EVENT TEST –
- DUMMY ENDING – View the ending sequence
- SELECT LANGUAGE – Change the game's language (French, German, Italian, Spanish, English)
- SYSTEM MESSAGE –
- THE END – View the "The End" screen
- GAME OVER – View the "Game Over" screen
The US version erroneously uses the Japanese blue Nintendo logo while the game is booting up.