Summary: touch detective is a pretty good adventure game with some nice puzzles however there is a cheaper and similar version out on mobile nevertheless having a copy of the original DS is still great as it is now increasingly difficult to find one
Summary: After playing and enjoying the first Touch Detective, I was quite excited to get my hand on the sequel! I was hoping that this game would deliver more of the surrealist and quirky story, characters, and humor that the original game did, and I wasn't disappointed...
Summary: I've always been kind of a fan of Adventure games, ever since I played "The Curse of Monkey Island," as a young child. I haven't actually played very many of them since then, but I have a certain fondness for the MacGyver-esque way they're played.
Summary: I love this game! I haven't completed it at the time of this review, but I am on case 4. Atlus is known for making great games and this is another one that has the humor,cute animation, and interesting storyline. The story revolves around a cute little super-def. girl named Mackenzie.
Summary: Despite the fact that it is a kid's game, I loved it! Thoroughly cute, fun characters, and simple stories. Some if the tasks were difficult to figure out, but I liked it so much I'm buying the first one. It's a lot like Myst for the PC or Xbox, but with an adorable, anime feel!
Summary: Atlus' first Touch Detective for the DS had an undeniable charm, but alas was too linear and shallow for it's own good. Touch Detective 2 1/2 is no different as it offers more of the same in terms of gameplay and presentation, which makes it basically the same game you've played before.
Summary: I have had fun with this game, although it is kind of silly and annoying at times. If you dont like games where you have to read alot then you wont like this game. It is just a silly fun game.