This game is so basic my four year old could play it and not like it. Except that he'd get to hold the ...
15 August 2014
Summary: This games graphics are deplorable, gives you a headache just looking at it. This game is so basic my four year old could play it and not like it. Except that he'd get to hold the controller which we all know children love electronic devices (which they shouldn't play with unless it's aged for the specific age group). My boyfriend and I sat down hoping for a quality packed game of some enjoyment and received a pious and tedious malfunction.
This is not a True Game. PLEASE READ BEFOR BUYING!
Pen Name, Amazon
19 July 2014
Summary: The game begins with a brief tutorial which shows you how to navigate through it. The game play consists of navigating between a crime scene, a lab, your boss's office, an interrogation room, locations where you question witnesses - until you have connected all the dots to who the guilty person is and you make your arrest. Sounds interesting, right? Here is the problem. At the crime scene, you collect evidence.
Summary: My wife and I played this game over the span of a week, off and on and really enjoyed it. The playability is very much improved over the first pc game. The cases are very well thought out, logical, yet with a few twists along the way. The fifth case was very fun with the laser tracking. The graphics on the 360 version are a little lacking, and the mouth movements are very weak, but can be overlooked.
Summary: It is a total waste of money. The design of this game is very bad. Poor graphics make it hard to find evidences. Navigation is difficult. The cases are not interesting at all. This is one of the worst Xbox 360 games I ever have.