History VideoGame / CriminalCase

18th Aug '16 12:36:24 AM SpaceBird
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* MultinationalTeam: The player's main team in the Bureau has characters from the US, UK, South Korea, Australia, Switzerland, and Russia. While the Chief and Ingrid's origins are unknown, Ingrid's surname implies that she's Nordic and she wears snowflake necklace (snowflake symbol is usually related with Nordic or Scandinavian culture).

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* MultinationalTeam: The player's main team in the Bureau has characters from the US, UK, South Korea, Australia, Switzerland, and Russia. While the Chief and Ingrid's origins are unknown, Ingrid's surname implies that she's Nordic and she wears snowflake necklace (snowflake symbol is usually related with Nordic or Scandinavian culture). Later on, the team gains Jonah Karam and [[spoiler:Michelle Zuria]], who are from South Africa and Singapore respectively.
16th Aug '16 12:25:18 AM SpaceBird
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* WeAreEverywhere: SOMBRA. Think the criminal organizations from previous seasons are bad enough? They are just in America (as far as the game tells), SOMBRA is ''global''.

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* WeAreEverywhere: SOMBRA. Think the criminal organizations from previous seasons are bad enough? They are just in America (as far as the game tells), SOMBRA is ''global''. [[spoiler: They can even be one of your close friends in the Bureau.]]
12th Aug '16 10:04:03 PM SpaceBird
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** Case 44: [[spoiler: Lars is still in a broken state from Angela's betrayal, and threatens to kill himself midway through the case. When digging through the history of SOMBRA, the team finds the name "El Rey", who is rumored to be the one who started SOMBRA in the first place.]]
6th Aug '16 5:46:39 AM Adept
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* AdventureDuo: The player character always work together with another team member to investigate the various murder cases. In the first season, the player is assigned to partner with Jones (although Grace, Ramirez and Alex have been known to replace his role as the player's partner in a number of cases); while in the second season, the player are given two partners -- Amy and Frank -- but only one will work with the player.


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* EconomyCast: Every sporting event featured in the game is MC-ed by the unnamed Announcer. Likewise, all TV news in World Edition are reported by Cooper Anderson.


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** TV News reporter Cooper Anderson is based on real-life journalist, Creator/AndersonCooper.
28th Jul '16 9:37:54 PM SpaceBird
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** Case 42: [[spoiler: The SOMBRA mole is revealed to be ''Angela'', and the player only finds out after the morale of the team had been thoroughly broken, especially Lars's.]]
22nd Jul '16 9:35:06 PM SpaceBird
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* TrueCompanions: ''World Edition'' puts a ''lot'' of focus on how the main characters interact with each other and their relationships, leading to many a HeartwarmingMoment.

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* TrueCompanions: ''World Edition'' puts a ''lot'' of focus on how the main characters interact with each other and their relationships, leading to many a HeartwarmingMoment. [[spoiler:This only adds to the devastation of discovering a traitor in the Bureau.]]
21st Jul '16 9:45:56 PM SpaceBird
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21st Jul '16 9:44:45 PM SpaceBird
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* RememberTheNewGuy: ''World Edition'' has many cases of this, due to many non-Bureau characters appearing outside of the region they debuted in.
10th Jul '16 12:12:37 PM Phoenixion
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* DarkSkinnedBlonde: Lily Karam, Jonah's [[spoiler:half-sister]].


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* RelativeError: When Marina digs through Jonah's history and finds another woman in a photo with him and has same last name as him, she explodes and thought the woman was Jonah's wife. [[spoiler:When the woman is revealed to be Jonah's half-sister though, she's clearly embarrassed about her outburst.]]
24th Jun '16 1:40:05 AM SpaceBird
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** Case 21: [[spoiler: Lars nearly dies in the line of duty, and the case's killer is an OmnicidalManiac who unleashed a plague on thousands of innocents because he wanted to play god.]] This shifts the tone for later episodes, hammering in the point that the Bureau members are in constant danger just for doing their jobs.

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** Case 21: [[spoiler: Lars nearly dies in the line of duty, and the case's killer is an OmnicidalManiac who unleashed a plague on thousands of innocents because he wanted to play god. This is normally what would be expected for a district finale, but it happens midway through this particular district.]] This shifts the tone for later episodes, cases, hammering in the point that the Bureau members are in constant danger just for doing their jobs.jobs.
** Case 25: SOMBRA is on the move again, and this time [[spoiler:they're targeting ''orphaned children'' to further their sick plans.]]
** Case 30: [[spoiler: A SOMBRA agent kills a child with their own hands, and the Bureau discovers that the orphans who survived SOMBRA's plans for them are taken to "The Next Level" as teenagers. Also, Carmen becomes the legal guardian of Sanjay Korrapati, causing him to start traveling with the Bureau as well.]]
** Case 32: [[spoiler: The team catches a SOMBRA agent two episodes into the Oceania district, and said SOMBRA agent doesn't hesitate to take Elliot hostage, then badly injure him and Jack. On their mission to save Elliot, the player uncovers what SOMBRA is doing with the "Next Level" recruits: brainwashing and experimenting on them against their will.]]
** Case 37: [[spoiler: The entire Bureau is nearly killed in a plane crash even before the case begins, and the reason was an act of sabotage-by someone within the Bureau.]]
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