Play as FBI agent Jonathan Weaver as you track down the assailants in the Providence Murder Cases * Experience an intriguing storyline full of unexpected twists and turns * Explore crime scene clues using Past Vision and uncover secret evidence using Current Vision * Solve challenging puzzles to uncover the mystery * Dual 3D screens, a unique interface and more play out in full-motion video sequences
Again bills itself as an interactive crime novel but the emphasis is on the novel part more than the interactive part. Platformed on the Nintendo DS which has had a number of outstanding crime adventure games, Again starts with an interesting premise. As the player you take the role of Jonathan Weaver, a young FBI agent whose parents were murdered by a serial killer nineteen years earlier. The killer nicknamed ` Providence " was never apprehended. But now it seems as if Providence is back. A murder in ..
Since this appears to be shaping up as the first review of this game on Amazon, I should state my biases up front. Let me be clear that I am coming at this game from the perspective of someone who really enjoyed "Hotel Dusk: Room 215" and was essentially hoping for more of the same from this game (which is by the same developer, so that didn't seem like a wholly unrealistic expectation). Regardless, if you haven't played "Hotel Dusk," large chunks of this review are probably not going to make much sense, s..
I don't understand all the negative reviews.This game is an interactive crime novel. It's about an FBI agent Jonathan Weaver who can see into the past. I love mysteries and reading so this game is perfect for me. J was cute but I found Kate to be a litte annoying.If you're stuck, you can always go back to the field office and Kate will give you a hint. Basically you're going to different places and talking to people.The plot was interesting enough to keep me entertained. I thought I figured out a few things..