History VideoGame / CriminalCase

26th Feb '17 12:09:22 AM BigLenny
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* HypocriticalHumor: One suspect in Case 53 complained about her ex-husband's bad breath. After the conversation, Jones later complained about her bad breath.



* HollywoodVoodoo: Bayou Bleu is full of this thanks to a local voodoo craze. [[spoiler: All thee voodoo is fake, and it was used by a "priestess" to conceal the serial murders she committed.]]

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* HollywoodVoodoo: Bayou Bleu is full of this thanks to because of a local voodoo craze. [[spoiler: All thee the voodoo is fake, and it was used by a "priestess" to conceal the [[SerialKiller serial murders murders]] she committed.]]
23rd Feb '17 6:37:47 AM ExSlacker
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** ''Mysteries of the Past''
*** '''New Haven''': [[spoiler:Edward Whimple]], the trafficking of Irish immigrants into slavery being his brainchild.
*** '''Elysium Fields''': Mr. Alastor a.k.a. [[spoiler:Archie Rochester]], orchestrating several parties and manipulating the murderers behind each one, all to woo the apple of his eye: Giulietta Capecchi.
17th Feb '17 9:43:15 PM Adept
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* BluffingTheMurderer: In Chapter 13, Madeline got the killer to confess by saying that the note they sent to the victim revealed their fear of heights. The accused sealed their fate when they denied writing such a thing on said note.
15th Feb '17 6:19:41 AM BigLenny
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* IdenticalGrandson: When the Crimson Order's existence became known, we are introduced to several minor characters who were involved in the organizations' activities during their first establishment 400 years ago, and most of them looks exactly the same as their descendants, but with differing outfits. For example, one of the suspects in Case 54, [[http://img2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20140131151332/criminal-case-grimsborough/images/thumb/e/e0/OG_SUS_54_604.jpg/185px-OG_SUS_54_604.webp Kirk De Haan]] is just a modern version his ancestor, [[http://img2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20140227034859/criminal-case-grimsborough/images/5/57/GeertDeHaan.png Geert De Haan]], in a suit and cowboy hat.

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* IdenticalGrandson: When the Crimson Order's existence became known, we are introduced to several minor characters who were involved in the organizations' activities during their first establishment 400 years ago, and most of them looks exactly the same as their descendants, but with differing outfits. For example, one of the suspects in Case 54, [[http://img2.[[http://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20140131151332/criminal-case-grimsborough/images/thumb/e/e0/OG_SUS_54_604.jpg/185px-OG_SUS_54_604.webp net/criminal-case-grimsborough/images/a/aa/KDeHaanGrimsborough.png/revision/latest?cb=20160802053128 Kirk De Haan]] is just a modern version his ancestor, [[http://img2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20140227034859/criminal-case-grimsborough/images/5/57/GeertDeHaan.png Geert De Haan]], in a suit and cowboy hat.


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* DeadGuyPuppet: The Puppeteer's MO involves dismembering parents who don't get along with their 14-year-old children and hanging them like marionettes.


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* HollywoodVoodoo: Bayou Bleu is full of this thanks to a local voodoo craze. [[spoiler: All thee voodoo is fake, and it was used by a "priestess" to conceal the serial murders she committed.]]
12th Feb '17 6:24:25 AM BigLenny
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* InterfaceSpoiler: For each season's requisite 'Traitor among us'/ 'TonightSomeoneDies' episode, it's a safe bet that none of the characters that can be selected to investigate crime scenes with are going to be the traitor or the victim. The one exception is [[spoiler: Frank from Pacific Bay]].

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* InterfaceSpoiler: For each season's requisite 'Traitor among us'/ 'TonightSomeoneDies' episode, it's a safe bet that none of the characters that can be selected to investigate crime scenes with are going to be the traitor or the victim. [[note]]This feature is only available on the mobile version of the game.[[/note]] The exceptions are those that provide only one exception is hint bonus, such as [[spoiler: Frank from Pacific Bay]].Knight and Michelle Zuria]].
10th Feb '17 11:17:43 PM BigLenny
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* AdvertisedExtra: One wonders why Lady Highmore is on the preview images for the arc, as she only shows up in the second area as the mother of one of the victims. This is especially unusual since she's occupying the place usually taken by the section chief of the season.

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* AdvertisedExtra: One wonders why Lady Highmore is on the preview images for the arc, as she only shows up in the second area as the mother aunt of one of the victims. This is especially unusual since she's occupying the place usually taken by the section chief of the season.
10th Feb '17 10:05:26 PM MotiveFan
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* Advertised Extra: One wonders why Lady Highmore is on the preview images for the arc, as she only shows up in the second area as the mother of one of the victims. This is especially unusual since she's occupying the place usually taken by the section chief of the season.

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* Advertised Extra: AdvertisedExtra: One wonders why Lady Highmore is on the preview images for the arc, as she only shows up in the second area as the mother of one of the victims. This is especially unusual since she's occupying the place usually taken by the section chief of the season.
10th Feb '17 10:04:50 PM MotiveFan
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* InterfaceSpoiler: For each season's requisite 'Traitor among us'/ 'TonightSomeoneDies' episode, it's a safe bet that none of the characters that can be selected to investigate crime scenes with are going to be the traitor or the victim. The one exception is [[spoiler: Frank from Pacific Bay]].


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* Advertised Extra: One wonders why Lady Highmore is on the preview images for the arc, as she only shows up in the second area as the mother of one of the victims. This is especially unusual since she's occupying the place usually taken by the section chief of the season.
10th Feb '17 4:01:38 AM BigLenny
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** Similar to the above example, all 5 suspects of Case 42 of World Edition ar members of the Bureau[[note]]Jack, Carmen, Chief Ripley, Angela, and Elliot[[/note]] [[spoiler:It's Angela]]

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** Similar to the above example, all 5 suspects of Case 42 of World Edition ar are members of the Bureau[[note]]Jack, Bureau.[[note]]Jack, Carmen, Chief Ripley, Angela, and Elliot[[/note]] [[spoiler:It's Angela]]Angela.]]



* Greater Scope Villain: The game contains some examples:

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* Greater Scope Villain: GreaterScopeVillain: The game contains some examples:



** [[spoiler:Margaret Littlewood]] holds the distinction of being the only murderer who killed more than 1 victim in a single case. The first victims were Molly Robinson and her dog, then followed by the murder of James Savage's husky, Gertude Picadilly, and the attempted murder of [[spoiler:Jones]], though he didn't die.

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** [[spoiler:Margaret Littlewood]] holds the distinction of being the only murderer who killed more than 1 victim in a single case. The first victims were Molly Robinson and her dog, then followed by the murder of James Savage's husky, Gertude Picadilly, Picadilly's pug, and the attempted murder of [[spoiler:Jones]], though he didn't die.



** [[spoiler: Duncan Young]] killed several young women as the Night Walker, before murdering Roberto Vasquez for knowing too much.

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** [[spoiler: Duncan Young]] killed several young women as the Night Walker, before murdering Roberto Vasquez for [[HeKnowsTooMuch knowing too much.much]].
29th Jan '17 5:21:32 PM BigLenny
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** [[spoiler:Margaret Little]] holds the distinction of being the only murderer who killed more than 1 victim in a single case. The first victims were Molly Robinson and her dog, then followed by the murder of James Savage's husky, Gertude Picadilly, and the attempted murder of [[spoiler:Jones]], though he didn't die.

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** [[spoiler:Margaret Little]] Littlewood]] holds the distinction of being the only murderer who killed more than 1 victim in a single case. The first victims were Molly Robinson and her dog, then followed by the murder of James Savage's husky, Gertude Picadilly, and the attempted murder of [[spoiler:Jones]], though he didn't die.



* BigBad: [[spoiler:Milton Grimmes]], the leader of the Crimson Order, controls Grimsborough from behind the shadows and their illicit activities are responsible for most of the deaths the player had to investigate throughout the first season.



* BreakTheCutie: Sarah Mills, an 8-years-old girl from Case #40. First, her nanny is murdered. Then, we've also found out [[AbusiveParents her parents are emotionally abusive]]. For starter, her mother [[FelonyMisdemeanor can get easily mad]] for her freaking Toys/TeddyBear doll.
* BigBad: [[spoiler:Milton Grimmes]], the leader of the Crimson Order, controls Grimsborough from behind the shadows and their illicit activities are responsible for most of the deaths the player had to investigate throughout the first season.



* BreakTheCutie: Sarah Mills, an 8-years-old girl from Case #40. First, her nanny is murdered. Then, we've also found out [[AbusiveParents her parents are emotionally abusive]]. For starter, her mother [[FelonyMisdemeanor can get easily mad]] for her freaking Toys/TeddyBear doll. She gets better in the end, though.



* DirtyCop: Case 6's victim, Ed Gillespie, is known to visit hookers and bet on dogfights, among other things.

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* DirtyCop: Case 6's victim, Ed Gillespie, Dunkin, is known to visit hookers and bet on dogfights, among other things.



** Although Tony Marconi is a mob boss, and is suspected in orchestrating a number of crimes, in Case 8 he flatly tells Jones that he would never beat a defenseless woman to death with a hammer, especially if she was one of his strippers and was profitable to him.

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** Although Tony Marconi is a mob boss, and is suspected in orchestrating a number of crimes, in Case 8 he flatly tells Jones that he would never beat a defenseless woman to death with a hammer, especially if she was one of his strippers and was profitable to him. [[spoiler: This becomes his motive in killing Salvador Cordero, who was caught attacking Ginger, a hooker who works for Marconi.]]



%% * TheFundamentalist: Linda Lovara and Dr. Bishop in Case 7, Ezekiel Hersberger in Case 36.



%%* IntrepidReporter: Rachel Priest.



* DirtyCop: Concordian Police Department is filled with some of these, which leads to the inception of Concordian Flying Squad as the InternalAffairs to investigate them.

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* DirtyCop: The Concordian Police Department is filled with some of these, which leads to the inception of Concordian Flying Squad as the InternalAffairs to investigate them.
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