Summary: Jake Hunter: Detective Chronicles is a pretty good game. It has a nice soundtrack which switches according to the tone being set by the story and by the seriousness of any given situation. The characters are like-able as well.
Summary: Jake Hunter: Detective Chronicles is another game from the point n' click adventure game genre. However, it doesn't feature very many puzzles, and there is technically no way to get a game over screen, so many people refer to it as a "visual novel" instead of a point n' click game.
Summary: There's not much game play on your part at all. You just basically read what the screen shows and tap the A button constantly. This game is a cross between Unsolved Crimes and Hotel Dusk, both for the DS.
Summary: The graphic adventure has made somewhat of a resurgence as of late, and one of the latest entries in the genre is Jake Hunter: Detective Chronicles for the Nintendo DS. I would say that it doesn't live up to its full potential, but the fact of the matter is the game is so broken in so many ways that...
Summary: I'm a fan of action/adventure/puzzle games. As someone who lived in Tokyo in the past, I had an extra reason for wanting to check this out. The good news is that the game has three cases which are fairly interesting.
Summary: When I first heard about this game, I was excited for an interactive visual novel on the DS. I was even more pumped when I saw it involved a detective. I think everybody has had that secret fantasy of uncovering a case-- trench coat and all.
Summary: First of all, the game has few scenes of actual animation, which I thought was just about appropriate for a videogame. I actually kind've liked playing the game for its good story and deep characters, but I felt like the game was too short and should have costed less.