Summary: Yes, finally! I've been wanting to play this game for ages! It just looks so cute, and I love adventure games, so I've been looking forward to this one for awhile. It took me so long to get my hands on it though simply because I haven't been able to afford it for awhile and I had a bunch of other...
Summary: [** contains spoilers **] I played through most of this game, though I referred to walkthroughs from time to time. As someone else described, this game is *very* linear. If you get stuck, there's nothing else you can do.
Summary: Quite simply, it's great, though a bit on the challenging side. Gorgeous art style and some great music come together for an atmospheric title, and one that, despite it's 'rated 'E' for everyone' approach, will appeal to adults as well as kids.
Summary: This is a fun game to play. I am on the 2nd mystery to solve. I do love these types of games. This one is sort of like Trace Memory, alot of reading to do in it. I am an adult woman. My 11yr. old son says it doesnt think he would want to play it though.
Summary: The DS seems to be the perfect platform for point-and-click adventures, and it's not a surprise to find another quirky mystery game making its way into the library. As far as Touch Detective goes, however, do not expect it to be as compelling as the Phoenix Wright series.
Summary: This game has a really high challenge, but it's not a very interesting difficulty, unfortunately. I feel that too much thought was put into the storyline, which isn't even that good. At least, I could never get into it.
I thought as a non-gaming female I might like this game....
Amazon Customer, Amazon
27 April 2008
Summary: To me, this game was seriously disappointing. So disappointing, I didn't finish the second case before setting it down forever. I was highly entertained - at first. It's cute, funny, and going around clicking on things for a new DS user was highly entertaining. However, it quickly got older. 1.
Summary: (MINOR SPOILERS FOLLOW.) Touch Detective is a point-and-click adventure game, much like Trace Memory, or Phoenix Wright without the courtroom scenes. You go around talking to people and looking at objects to find clues. Sometimes you'll interact with items to solve problems, all using the stylus.
Summary: I have to say, I really enjoyed this game. The interface is intuitive, the visuals are unique, and the overall atmosphere is well-developed. Yes, the world is pretty surreal, but that's part of its charm.
Summary: I got this game because I love playing role playing mystery game. The graphic & charaters are cute and very easy to get the hang of it w/o reading the instruction. I love the stories and I actually finished solving (w/o seeking help online) all the cases after 1-2 weeks of playing.