Summary: I'm impressed and pleased by the semi-revival of the dying point and click adventure game genre on the Nintendo DS. 'Dual Motives' is another addition to the console and I have to say that despite it's flaws, of which there are many, I really enjoyed it. The game takes place during the Second World War, and you are playing as Dr John Russell. Dr Russell is a scientist who is allegedly spying for the Nazis...
Pros: Classic adventure gaming, challenging
Cons: Dodgy animation, not particularly innovative
Excerpt: Undercover: Dual Motives was a Christmas present from my parents and was really looking forward to playing after thoroughly enjoying Hotel Dusk: Room 215, which is a similar style of game. Undercover had me hooked from the moment I picked it up to the point at wish the end credits rolled but I can't honestly say that it is a game that I would whole-heartedly recommend.