Partner with the cast of the CSI Season 9, including new characters such as Ray Langston (Laurence Fishburne) and Riley Adams (Lauren Lee Smith); be prepared to work with your partner as a real team, working together on the crime scene or helping each other during tough suspect interrogations * Play one of the most skillful forensic experts to join the Las Vegas CSI team; for the first time ever in the CSI video game series, help other detectives in their investigations and gain their respect through your actions and teamwork * Collect evidence at the crime scene, search for items that might be related to the case and unveil hidden evidence through observation; interview witnesses and suspects with an improved interrogation system for more realistic character interaction * Use DNA and microscopic analysis and much more
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.The major downside is the cases in this game are notably less challenging than previous games. I played through the entire g..
After reading the last person's review, I too have to say that I had a bit of trouble installing the game as in the autoplay wouldn't come up and I had to prompt it and then wait five to ten minutes for it to load. It was a bit irritating, but it was eventually installed. You do have to check the SP version of your computer though (I don't really know what this MEANS, but if you have Windows XP, you need SP3 and if you have Vista, the game is only supported under SP1) before buying the game, though! With..
I was thrilled to see the production of CSI:Deadly Intent back in the capable hands of Telltale Games after last year's CSI:NY fiasco. Nothing wrong with an object hunt game, but why Ubisoft decided to reinvent a successful series I will never know.Anyway, this installment mirrors the changes in the TV show at the time of its development. We've said a sad farewell to Grissom, Warrick and Sara and hello to Agents Langston and Adams (there's even what I consider an "in-joke" about replacements at the beginn..