Excerpt: On my quest to try out all of the adventure games that the DS has to offer, I have played many games. Some were exciting and different like Theresia , and others were a bit bland, like the first Jake Hunter game .
Excerpt: I was quite excited about reviewing Unsolved Crimes. Granted, not as excited I might be about covering, say, Call Of Duty: World At War, or Resident Evil 5, but even though I had heard very little about this title until shortly before it dropped through the letterbox, after just a quick scan of the...
Summary: - In all honesty I’m not sure who Unsolved Crimes would actually appeal to. Hardcore gamers would much prefer Phoenix Wright or Hotel Dusk, games which offer up an interesting narrative and excellent writing. The precious casual gamers would be better off just reading a mystery book.
Summary: We’ve all seen the cheesy cop shows on TV where the detectives piece together the clues at the crime scene, navigate the plot twist, and bag the real bad guy. Unsolved Crimes is cut from the same cloth and places you in the shoes of a rookie detective who must work with his partner to solve a string...
Summary: Unsolved Crimes is one of those great DS games that probably won’t do as well as say, Phoenix Wright…but I believe it should. It has some great cases to solve and some clever ways to do it, using the stylus in the best possible way.
Summary: In Unsolved Crimes, players will take the role of a rookie detective as part of the New York police department homicide division. An aspiring model, Betsy Blake, has disappeared and a social outcast and loner is the prime suspect. The case is a lot deeper than it appears on the surface.
Excerpt: Any time something comes out and becomes an unlikely hit, you’ll get a slew of copycats that will try to capitalize on its’ success. In this instance the Ace Attorney series and Hotel Dusk have spawned several knock-offs that have been hitting stores recently.