Summary: As mentioned in several reviews the controls on this game are just too difficult. Although I got used to them, the level of accuracy needed to get to the next task drove me crazy. This made the game tedious and that word shouldn't be in the same sentence as "game".
Summary: Those who have played the various CSI games on the Nintendo DS or the Wii will be familiar with the basic operations in Crime Scene, a new game for the DS by South Peak Games. Developed by White Birds Productions, Crime Scene is a mature-themed, point and click adventure that puts you into the shoes of Matt Simmons, a rookie crime scene investigator Your first case opens with an apparent murder suicide.
Excerpt: "...years ago, I like watching CSI programmes on TV and a thought a investigative game for adults would be something I'd like. I was wrong. I should've known it wasn't going to be great when I paid only £3 or £4 for a used copy not long after its release in 2009. The game is for those aged 16 or over as it has murder scenes in it but there isn't anything too graphic. You are an investigator and it is your job to find evidence at various crime scenes. ...
Summary: I find this game on of most difficult to play. Some of the tools are very difficult to handle, such as getting blood evidence. I have tried it on and off, with a light hand, and a heavy hand and I find it impossible. Unfortunately, I believe I bought this game for nothing. Even my 26 year old can't do it!
Excerpt: "...a new recruit to the CSI team, ready to solve just a tiny 4 crimes. You go to the scene of the crime, collect evidence (which are obvious) and go back to the lab. Once in the lab, you then have to process your evidence in annoying mini games. e.g. to work out who the fingerprint belongs to you have to highlight a number of points on the print until you get a match - long and unentertaining. In my opinion I wouldn't recommend this game as it is disappointing ...
Pros: Its CSI !
Cons: Gameplay is short, Graphics got worse, Better games available