Summary: Again bills itself as an interactive crime novel but the emphasis is on the novel part more than the interactive part. Platformed on the Nintendo DS which has had a number of outstanding crime adventure games, Again starts with an interesting premise. As the player you take the role of Jonathan Weaver, a young FBI agent whose parents were murdered by a serial killer nineteen years earlier. The killer nicknamed ` Providence " was never apprehended.
Summary: My disappointment comes from the sense that this "game" was released way too soon or that they skipped critical input from adult players. The dialog is beyond juvenile and doesn't match the stated ages of the characters. Moreover the images of the characters look like the creators stole leads from TV shows (Cold Case and The Forgotton, come to mind). It seems like the designer spent too much time recreating someone else's ideas - rather than the innovation of Hotel Dusk.