Summary: This review does not contain any spoilers. Compared to earlier CSI titles, there are new features that I liked, didn't like, and some that were flat-out missing. Likes: Having to manually match DNA and chemical samples. The ability to point out defining features in partial prints to research full ones. The icon-based interview questions - with text was also a nice feature. Also helping other investigators process evidence from their separate cases was a very good touch.
Summary: I really love this game. It's a ton of fun and it only took 1 1/2 hours to download. I can't give it 5 stars though because it's too short! There are only 5 cases and once you get the hang of how the game works you can zip through it. Overall I recommend it.
Summary: I own all the CSI games and was excited for this one to arrive so I could get into it. The game controls were pretty good, the hints have a variable setting so you can get as much or as little help as you want. The graphics are good and the dialog nice. Overall this is a nice game - the only complaint - it is not longer.
Summary: I've played all of the CSI games and enjoyed all of them - the one glaring exception being the CSI: NY game. CSI: Deadly Intent is one of the best. While most of the others were noticeably buggy, I did not notice any bugs in this game. Graphics in the game are improved, although could still be better. The stories were fun - not as long as they could have been, but still entertaining.