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: This is the kind of game that you can play and finish, then come back a while later and finish it again. Well, that's how it is for me, at least. The art is very cute and the music (while sometimes repetitive and annoying) is very appropriate.
Summary: The first thing I'm going to say about this game is it's charming and cute. The second thing I'll say is it delivered far less than the potential it had. And the third? It still delivered enough for it to be an excellent game.
Excerpt: If one were to take a glance at my game collection they would realize that I am not a PC gamer. By no means do I think that console gaming is the only way to go, but as of now I have yet to own a rig that would play anything beyond games that require minimum settings.
Summary: It's a very fun game. If you enjoy detective type of game, you'll enjoy this one. It's pretty short though. It only took me three days to beat it. However, I sure had fun during the process. There's some humor in it, too. Chloe is a pretty funny character.
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.
Summary: This is overall a cute game. The characters are funny. It makes excellent use of the DS stylus and is easy to play. It is a completely linear mystery game, meaning you cannot do steps in any other order. There is only one outcome, so you can't screw up.
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.