Summary: Game was enjoyable, I got my satisfaction from it. You dont just get evidence, you find it, then you return to the lab and use different laboratory equipment to "process" said evidence. For example, fingerprints, blood/substance samples, fabrics of clothing/rugs, medicines, etc. I was pleased overall. The game has 5 cases. I did use walkthroughs a few times, but with common sense, most of the time, you'll figure it out on your own.
Summary: Loved playing this game and hearing the characters voices. The only complaint I have is that after a few hours of play the bottom of my laptop became very hot, and the game would freeze up at times.
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.
Personally, I liked it better than the previous games
15 July 2010
Summary: This one for me was more fun than the other CSI games. The characters looks were a little creepy, but otherwise I love playing this one. I lose track of time because the cases are more interesting.
Summary: The PDA is a bit of a pain as in the last game but al in all it is a good challange for all CSI fans. Having to show brass the evidance after being that a warrent is available is a bit much too.
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.