Video: First English dub trailer revealed for the Detective Pikachu game

The Pokémon Company International and Nintendo recently announced that the Detective Pikachu game is scheduled to release both digitally and at retail on March 23, 2018. Detective Pikachu finds the hero of the title – a unique Pikachu in the Pokémon world – partnering with Tim Goodman and searching for evidence and clues to solve a series of cases, whilst also investigating the disappearance of Tim’s father, Harry Goodman.

Also launching on the same day is the new Great Detective amiibo figure. To see the official logo for the English version of Detective Pikachu, click here. To see the Japanese box art for the game, click here. To see the packaging for both the Japanese and North American versions of the Great Detective amiibo, click here. Customers in Japan who purchase the digital version of the game will receive a special theme for Nintendo 3DS. To watch the first English dub trailer for Detective Pikachu, check out any of the videos below:

Get ready to tackle cases in Detective Pikachu, coming to the Nintendo 3DS family of systems in spring 2018! With this tough-talking, coffee-drinking, one-of-a-kind Pikachu by your side, you can talk to witnesses, hunt for clues, and uncover the secrets of Ryme City.

Preparati ad affrontare i casi più spinosi in Detective Pikachu, in arrivo nella primavera del 2018 per console della famiglia Nintendo 3DS. Parla con i testimoni, vai a caccia di indizi e scopri i segreti di Ryme City assieme a un Pikachu molto speciale che adora il caffè e… non tiene a freno la lingua! Per saperne di più visita il sito ufficiale.

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