Summary: Time and time again it surprises me how good the DS platform is. The kind of games we did get from it is just amazing. Ghost Trick is one of those unique game experiences that DS delivers. I would like to call Ghost Trick a puzzle-adventure with superb game mechanics. Even the story gets intriguing. And all that mixed with a nice touch of humor. I just love it. The only think I would like to point to is that the game is kinda short.
Summary: I really want more games from this company, this and PW is amazing. It's dark story but has a exiting, futuristic style and, as is common with this creator, the characters are all really memorable. The puzzles are great, they require you to be quick (thankfully they're not maths or english questions or something) you have to rely on timing. The plot is you're a ghost and you have only one night to work out who you are and how you died.
Summary: I'm an adult who likes video games... Luckily, since the intro of adult gaming in the 90's this is totally acceptable (ha!!) Ghost Trick is unlike any game I've ever played. It's totally quirky. The learning curve is minimal so anyone can play it really. There's quite a lot of dialogue but it isn't ridiculous and as you have the option to fast-forward once you've listened first time round, it doesn't impinge on game play at all.
Summary: Ghost Trick greets you with a promising scenario: You're dead Fortunately, this doesn't act as a considerable barrier for our hero, Sissel, whose ghostly powers allow him to possess and manipulate inanimate objects - and even travel 4 minutes before a person's death to prevent it. With no recollection of who he is, why or how he died...
Summary: brought this game thinking it was one of them games where you find hidden objects when i started to play i was plesently surprised you play a character called sissle who wakes up in the ghost world and finds he has tricks 'ghost tricks' where he can minipulate non living objects his goal is to find out how he died before dawn this game is so addictive i didnt want it to end i expecially liked the way you can rewind time four minutes to save some some and use the phone...
Summary: If you're reading this review, you're at least kinda interested in the game. My advice: buy it. If you ever played an ace attorney game and liked its humor, you'll definitely like this game's humor too. The animations are some of the best I've seen in any DS title, bested only by professor layton's cutscenes. Some puzzles require a bit thinking, but nothing hard enough to interrupt the experience.
Summary: If you are looking for a game with great humour, unforgetable characters and quotes, a story to blow you away? Well here it is. A game about protecting and saving people, but in it's very own way. Unlike other heroes that seem to kill themselves if they cannot protect, our hero here... is already dead. A plot taking twists and turns, will Sissel find out who he really is? This is a really good game which has everything you'll ever look for in a game.
Summary: This is one of the best DS games I have ever played. The graphics are chic, stylish and snappy. The gameplay is original while still being easy to grasp and implement. Those who love the touch screen and those who prefer to use the buttons are both catered for. But the best thing of all is the storyline. The chat between characters is fresh and hilarious, the plot suspenseful as it is quirky.