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  • Reg Boy
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    17:45, November 15, 2016

    JUST IN: You've endured and achieved a great deal solving crime on every continent...in the 21st century. Now, leave your modern methods and forensic technology behind; in the 19th century Victorian city of Concordia you'll have to rely on your well-honed sleuthing instincts! As you'll soon find out, Concordia is a booming city of innovation and new beginnings, but be wary of feuding gangs and a corrupt police force.

    On November 17th, 2016, let your imagination take you back over 100 years to where your fellow Concordian Flying Squad team members eagerly await your arrival on the docks... Everything is about to change!
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    • Oh boy, the time has almost come for us to move onto season 4. I can't wait to see what this season has in store for us.

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    • This is awesome! I am looking foward to seeing the start of the new season this week!

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    • Air ship or Horse or carriage, how will we get to the next cases and places of the crime?

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    • Airship/blimp.

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    • Feuding gangs and corrupt cops. Yawn. I'm glad they're pushing for being innovative and at least they're making it a fictional city so we can have things that may not be completely historically accurate without it pinging any issues, but I was hoping for a little better than the blurb we're getting. 

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    • "Blurb"? What's with the riddles? Not everybody here is that intelligent, you know.

      This season should be awesome. I'm guessing maybe Evie Holloway will be the 4th season victim. If there's another one like Michelle, I'd have to say Chief Wright.

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    • Corrupt Police Force, another betrayer or wil it be like the other police officers (like the one from Bayou Bleu)?

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    • Um, isn't a blurb a small piece of information given on a back of a book before reading it?

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    • Coooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool!

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    • "A blurb is a short promotional piece accompanying a piece of creative work."

      That would include a game like this one. It's hardly a riddle. Maybe it's an unfamiliar word, but all it takes is a simple Googling and you'd understand it easily. I apologize for not using simpler to understand words, though.

      All I was saying is that it sounded like a boring summary of what this season is going to be about. The worst parts of Grimsborough and Pacific Bay were the gang wars portions. Every single season we've ever had has had corrupt cops and it just feels tired at this point. I'd actually love for the cops to be clean for once. It'd be refreshing.

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    • The top left picture reminds me of the Titanic. Maybe in that district the Titanic could be the main theme.

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    • No comment.

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    • 107.130.170.163 wrote:
      "A blurb is a short promotional piece accompanying a piece of creative work."

      That would include a game like this one. It's hardly a riddle. Maybe it's an unfamiliar word, but all it takes is a simple Googling and you'd understand it easily. I apologize for not using simpler to understand words, though.

      All I was saying is that it sounded like a boring summary of what this season is going to be about. The worst parts of Grimsborough and Pacific Bay were the gang wars portions. Every single season we've ever had has had corrupt cops and it just feels tired at this point. I'd actually love for the cops to be clean for once. It'd be refreshing.

      Oh, trust me. I always google things I don't understand. It makes life more tolerable. I think there's a good sense of mystery when there's a corrupt cop. After all, the whole game is uncovering mysteries. To some, yeah, it's monotonous (I actually know this word, so go me...) but the thrill of guessing and making theories like an actual detective is what makes me love this game. You always have to go outside the box and go wild. Obviously, my "Marina being the third El Rey" thing was way off, but the game threw me off. I never considered the possibility of the president being influenced by the VP which explained the wall.

      Anyways, I'm rambling like Armand would...

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    • Doctor Bonnie Gaming 2 wrote:
      Air ship or Horse or carriage, how will we get to the next cases and places of the crime?

      It looks like we are moving in a blimp. 

      By the way, I honestly can't wait to start playing this case. I always had a slight liking for the past.

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    • SevereFlame22 wrote:

      Oh, trust me. I always google things I don't understand. It makes life more tolerable. I think there's a good sense of mystery when there's a corrupt cop. After all, the whole game is uncovering mysteries. To some, yeah, it's monotonous (I actually know this word, so go me...) but the thrill of guessing and making theories like an actual detective is what makes me love this game. You always have to go outside the box and go wild. Obviously, my "Marina being the third El Rey" thing was way off, but the game threw me off. I never considered the possibility of the president being influenced by the VP which explained the wall.

      Anyways, I'm rambling like Armand would...

      But why must it be a corrupt cop? Why can't it just be a suspect we never would've thought was guilty until they are. I loved the El Rey and final case mysteries because it wasn't an issue of it being a team member. It was just "Which suspect we've met before is actually evil." You can have plenty of mysteries like that that allow us to make theories without resorting to the same tired trope of a corrupt team member or cop over and over again. It was entertaining when they did it in Grimsborough. It was decent in Pacific Bay. It was just tedious and annoying when they did it with Angela. I'm really not looking forward to the next obnoxious betrayal in S4. 

      I'm just glad that at least World allowed me to have some sense of wish fulfillment in Armand's death. Best part of the entire season, frankly. 

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    • 107.130.170.163 wrote:
      SevereFlame22 wrote:

      Oh, trust me. I always google things I don't understand. It makes life more tolerable. I think there's a good sense of mystery when there's a corrupt cop. After all, the whole game is uncovering mysteries. To some, yeah, it's monotonous (I actually know this word, so go me...) but the thrill of guessing and making theories like an actual detective is what makes me love this game. You always have to go outside the box and go wild. Obviously, my "Marina being the third El Rey" thing was way off, but the game threw me off. I never considered the possibility of the president being influenced by the VP which explained the wall.

      Anyways, I'm rambling like Armand would...

      But why must it be a corrupt cop? Why can't it just be a suspect we never would've thought was guilty until they are. I loved the El Rey and final case mysteries because it wasn't an issue of it being a team member. It was just "Which suspect we've met before is actually evil." You can have plenty of mysteries like that that allow us to make theories without resorting to the same tired trope of a corrupt team member or cop over and over again. It was entertaining when they did it in Grimsborough. It was decent in Pacific Bay. It was just tedious and annoying when they did it with Angela. I'm really not looking forward to the next obnoxious betrayal in S4. 

      I'm just glad that at least World allowed me to have some sense of wish fulfillment in Armand's death. Best part of the entire season, frankly. 

      Bruh, if you don't like season 4 because you feel it's repitive, then just leave the game

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    • 107.130.170.163 wrote:
      SevereFlame22 wrote:

      Oh, trust me. I always google things I don't understand. It makes life more tolerable. I think there's a good sense of mystery when there's a corrupt cop. After all, the whole game is uncovering mysteries. To some, yeah, it's monotonous (I actually know this word, so go me...) but the thrill of guessing and making theories like an actual detective is what makes me love this game. You always have to go outside the box and go wild. Obviously, my "Marina being the third El Rey" thing was way off, but the game threw me off. I never considered the possibility of the president being influenced by the VP which explained the wall.

      Anyways, I'm rambling like Armand would...

      But why must it be a corrupt cop? Why can't it just be a suspect we never would've thought was guilty until they are. I loved the El Rey and final case mysteries because it wasn't an issue of it being a team member. It was just "Which suspect we've met before is actually evil." You can have plenty of mysteries like that that allow us to make theories without resorting to the same tired trope of a corrupt team member or cop over and over again. It was entertaining when they did it in Grimsborough. It was decent in Pacific Bay. It was just tedious and annoying when they did it with Angela. I'm really not looking forward to the next obnoxious betrayal in S4. 

      I'm just glad that at least World allowed me to have some sense of wish fulfillment in Armand's death. Best part of the entire season, frankly. 

      Notice how they said police force. They weren't referring to the one the player is in (I know the name don't worry)

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    • I'm allowed to voice my distaste for something without wanting to leave the game. It's like not enjoying a twist on a tv show and complaining about it, but still watching the tv show because you love it. That's how I feel about Criminal Case. I love the game. It's one of the best parts of my week being able to play it. But sometimes things in the game annoy me and it's nice to be able to vent about it.

      I never thought about them using corrupt police force members and not corrupt team members. That's actually quite different and I can appreciatae it for what it is. Thank you for making me see it's a possibility, Pizzaboy66. 

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    • Pizzaboy66 wrote:
      107.130.170.163 wrote:
      SevereFlame22 wrote:

      Oh, trust me. I always google things I don't understand. It makes life more tolerable. I think there's a good sense of mystery when there's a corrupt cop. After all, the whole game is uncovering mysteries. To some, yeah, it's monotonous (I actually know this word, so go me...) but the thrill of guessing and making theories like an actual detective is what makes me love this game. You always have to go outside the box and go wild. Obviously, my "Marina being the third El Rey" thing was way off, but the game threw me off. I never considered the possibility of the president being influenced by the VP which explained the wall.

      Anyways, I'm rambling like Armand would...

      But why must it be a corrupt cop? Why can't it just be a suspect we never would've thought was guilty until they are. I loved the El Rey and final case mysteries because it wasn't an issue of it being a team member. It was just "Which suspect we've met before is actually evil." You can have plenty of mysteries like that that allow us to make theories without resorting to the same tired trope of a corrupt team member or cop over and over again. It was entertaining when they did it in Grimsborough. It was decent in Pacific Bay. It was just tedious and annoying when they did it with Angela. I'm really not looking forward to the next obnoxious betrayal in S4. 

      I'm just glad that at least World allowed me to have some sense of wish fulfillment in Armand's death. Best part of the entire season, frankly. 

      Notice how they said police force. They weren't referring to the one the player is in (I know the name don't worry)

      Okay, we get it, people. Let's not make this thread longer than it needs to be.

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    • Why? We're talking about the new season. That's exactly what this thread is for. To discuss the information laid out in the teaser. Making this longer is the entire point of this forum. It gives us a place to discuss things (no matter how long that discussion may be).

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    • Cool.

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    • I think Concordia will be steampunk-related.

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    • Rifqitheflipper wrote:
      I think Concordia will be steampunk-related.

      Maybe ;)

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    • KyleAsherSPerea03 wrote:

      Rifqitheflipper wrote:
      I think Concordia will be steampunk-related.

      Maybe ;)

      I hope so

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    • Reg Boy wrote:
      Airship/blimp.

      I think so....

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    • I still waiting for the woman in red teaser...

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    • Feeling Excited!

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