Reviews and Problems with CSI: 3 Dimensions of Murder
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16 January 2007
Summary: Though it may be powered by DirectX 8.1, this game does not disappoint. Everything is rendered in 3D, and has good reflection effects. The face animations are what take a point off. There are not many facial "muscles" so very little of the face reacts to the lip-synch, which is far-off.
Summary: A solid installment to a much loved series, this is yet another reason to love the whole CSI franchise. I have loved every tv show and spin off and the games are a terrific addition to the overall series.
Summary: With only 5 new crimes to investigate, I thought I would breeze through this game. But there is so much to do and the crimes and the investigating are so involving that I've barely solved 3 so far after many hours of playing. And every hour has been captivating.
Summary: The Mobile Analysis Unit is here! This alone makes this a cut above previous CSI games (which were very good themselves). However, there is more to this latest chapter that improves it over the rest of the series.
Summary: CSI lets you solve the crime yourself, and keeps you guessing the entire time. If you like the show, or like solving mysteries, this is the game for you. Way better than the first two, and those games were great!
Excerpt: I have just completed this game on the playstation 2 and enjoyed it. It has 6 cases to work on each with a different charactor out of CSI helping you and a training case for beginners. I found the last 2 cases easier than the first 4 but that can depend on the individual.
Pros: has a training case
Cons: can be hard if your stuck at a point in the game
Summary: Having played the first 2 CSI PC games, I agree that the 3D graphics on this one are a big step up. However, the interface has not been sufficiently tweaked to allow for the new graphics, with the result that it's just as fiddly to find and process the evidence, sometimes even downright impossible.
Summary: If you have never played a CSI game before and like the TV show then you will enjoy this game. It lets you act like a "true CSI" and although you don't really have much influence on the game play or plot, you still feel that you helped crack the cases.