We’ve seen some weird titles before, and we’ll be talking about some of the more interesting ones, but this is a title that has stood out in our eyes because of its bizarrely odd naming scheme.
The title of this title is “The Mysterious Detective Yakumo,” and the description on the official website states that the title is a pun on “Yakumo,” which is a Japanese word for “demon.”
That’s a reference to the Japanese supernatural characters Yakumo and Tsubame.
This title is not a game, though, and it’s not a title for the PlayStation Vita, either.
It’s a title designed for the PS4, but it seems to be a cross between an RPG and a puzzle game, as it uses the same basic mechanics as a puzzle-solving game like “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” which was released for the platform last year.
While the title does look very similar to the title for “Spider-Man 3,” the developers behind the title have said that it’s nothing like the game it is being called.
They have told Polygon that the game will not have a protagonist, and will be about a detective investigating a murder.
“We are really proud of this, and are truly happy to be making this title,” said Yoshihisa Takano, director of the game development team at Shigesato Itoi Studio, in a statement.
“The title ‘The Mysterious Detectives Yakumo’ is a parody of the Spider-man franchise, and is meant to represent the many fans who have enjoyed our titles since the last Spider-mans game, and the fans who we hope will continue to enjoy the game.
The title will be playable on PS4.”
According to the description for the title, it has been developed by a small team of five people, and that it has “truly been a joy working on this title.”
“This title was a great learning experience and a great opportunity for us to try something new,” Takano added.
“We have worked very hard on the title and are really looking forward to it.
The main goal of this game is to create a new kind of gameplay experience, and a new style of puzzle-style gameplay.”
While this title seems like it could be called a puzzle, we’re not sure if that’s really what it is.
This title is really a game that combines elements of puzzle and detective gameplay.
We’ve played several of the “Spider” games, and they often feature a protagonist who solves puzzles or puzzles that involve solving a puzzle.
The game that the developers are referencing is the original “Spider Man,” and this title uses that franchise’s classic mechanics and characters to explore new concepts and puzzles.
The developers also said that this title will have a single-player story mode, though that is not currently on the PSN.
We can only hope that they’ll have more news soon, but for now, you can find the trailer below.