Reviews and Problems with CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
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Motnick , GameStop
22 August 2009
Summary: Do you like the CSI show? Well, this game will be a great buy for you then! The CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Xbox game combines the original CSI PC game and CSI: Dark Motives, so you have have a total of ten cases to solve. I'll admit, they just slapped the two together, when you finish the first five, and you start the sixth, it's like you started a completely new game, with a new introduction and everything.
Summary: I am a really big fan of crime dramas and i was delighted when my dad bought CSI for the Xbox. It certainly keeps you on the edge of your seat and you certainly have to rack your brains to figure out the complex cases that come in this tiny CD. The first case is called Inn and Out. A young woman is found dead in a hotel room. The first clue we find is blood in the sink matching to the hotel owner then we have a fingerprint on the remote also matching to the hotel owner.
Excerpt: "The aim of the game is to work with the CSI team. You are a forensic scientist starting out in the field. You have to examine the crime scene looking for clues. It is quite a good game you have to speak to suspects and use differnet equipment to gather evidence. You have to go back and forth from crime scenes, the lab and police station, Some of the evidence does not appear until you have got a clue from elsewhere which can be a bit frustrating ...
Excerpt: "I originally got the PC version and was given this extended one as a gift. It is addictive! There are 10 cases and you will not be able to stop yourself! However, once you have completed all ten cases, you can go over them again to try and perfect your score but you need to leave plenty of time between plays, otherwise you simply remember what happened last time. The flashbacks are good although you may want to mute some of the sound as it can grate ...
Excerpt: "...Channel 5 - I prefer CSI: Miami, but found that the PC game required a graphics card far superior to the one I have so I was stuck - I could either upgrade my graphics card or take the plunge and buy the X-Box game - I opted for the latter and paid £19.99 for CSI: Las Vegas from Game - billed as an interactive crime solving adventure. In the game you are a new recruit to the CSI crime lab and introduced to Gil Grissom, the lab supervisor - he immediately ...
Pros: Play with characters from CSI : Las Vegas - cheap price - keeps you hooked - interesting storys - decent graphics - realistic sound effects
Excerpt: "...fixated with the television program CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and in particular the Las Vegas Series which is obviously set in and around Las Vegas and much of the show has scene shots in hotels, casino's, bars and restaurants that I have frequented on my travels there. Owning the DVD series wasn't enough for me, I wanted to become a member of the CSI Team and that led me to the Xbox game which I saw featured on one of the CSI DVD's and off ...
Summary: I thought this game was brilliant . I am a huge fan of CSI and i don't not only like it because it's good but becasue it's interesting and has got good screen effects. Everyone must buy this game now I recommend it so much!