Summary: After the drop in quality between 2009's CSI: Deadly Intent with its crazy cases and the plain mediocre CSI: Fatal Conspiracy in 2010, it appears Ubisoft has moved development of the similar and new NCIS game from Telltale Games to its in-house Ubisoft Shanghai studio. These games are meant for two audiences only -- fans of the show and achievement hunters -- and NCIS shouldn't disappoint either of them. In fact, it's much better than the current generation's CSI games.
Summary: For the first time ever, the world of the NCIS TV drama series comes to life as fans can play as their favorite characters from the NCIS series and search for clues to solve complex murder, espionage and terrorist cases.
Conclusion: Having never watched the show before, I was able to take in this game with a completely "fresh" perspective. My perspective was from the gamer's alone, and not that of a fan or "hater" of NCIS. And the outlook arrived me to think of this title as a way to make a "reach" at the 40-50 something fan of the program that usually doesn't play games, and is even a little "put off" by Little Johnny's "Devil Box" sitting between the Blu-Ray player and DVR.
Summary: Alors que les adaptations de jeu en film sont souvent des massacres, voici qu’Ubisoft nous prouve que l’inverse est également possible. Nous avons l’impression d’être pris pour un enfant de deux ans alors que nous espérions devenir de grands enquêteurs de renom. Ce jeu est à éviter de toute urgence sauf si on vous le prête pour obtenir le platine le plus rapide de votre vie.
Pros: Ambiance fidèle à la série
Cons: Durée de vie, Difficulté, Répétitivité, Modélisation des visages