Summary: I tried to play this on dsi but couldn't find a way to use the swab since the game calls for L and R buttons. I like the idea of the game and the graphics. Just wish I could get all the way through.
Summary: I finally finished Crime Scene, and I must admit that I have very mixed feelings about the experience. Though the plot was ridiculously convoluted, the story was still interesting overall. I also liked that the five chapters were linked, rather than just five independent cases, allowing players to get to know the characters better and allowing the game to build up to a dramatic final conclusion.
Summary: I love this type of a game but, using the tools are a bit frustrating. The booklet does not explain how the tools are suppose to be used if you fail after so many tries the game is over and you must start from the beginning. It took me quite a few tries to handle the use of the swab. This game is a challenge and I guess thats what it's suppose to be. I would give a 5 if they had explained or given a demo on the intro.
Summary: I just received this game today and have enjoyed the story so far, but the forensic tool controls are hard to use and extremely frustrating, with the swab being the worst tool. There is no real instruction on how to use the tools to collect the clues. Your point meter goes down after every failed tool use attempt and will end your game when it drains your point meter just because you don't know how to work the freaking tool right.
Summary: The idea for the game is really good, but it is very difficult to adapt to the controls, so the first time be prepare to get a game over for not having use correctly the item too many times. Except that gameplay problem, you got to be a fan of "point and click games" because it's all you will have to do in this game.