CSI Crime Scene Investigation CD-ROM Computer Game
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Some of the newest mystery games are CD-ROM mystery adventures that fully immerse players into fictional worlds.
Calling CSI: Crime Scene Investigation a slick, modern version of Quincy, M.D., may be the best one-line summary available, but it doesn't do the show justice. Still, CSI andQuincy share characteristics that make both unlike most crime dramas -- they don't focus on detectives.
Instead, CSI shines a spotlight on the work of a team of crime scene investigators, placing a strong emphasis on the science used to solve crimes. Phrases like "petecchial hemorrhaging" and "perimortem bruising" are common on the show, giving viewers the uncommon opportunity to see a dramatization of what goes on behind the scenes in crime labs around the world every day. We've had plenty of opportunity to see the police gather clues, interrogate suspects, and interview witnesses. Private detectives have been regular small-screen stars. And there's never been a shortage of courtroom dramas.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation series places the player in the role of solve a mystery with the characters from the TV show. This PC game follows the format of the CSI show. You collect evidence, head to the lab, visit the morgue and so on. As you look for evidence, players find hidden objects, crack secret codes, and interview suspects. CSI offers five quality storylines, each of which would feel at home on the show. Script by Max Allan Collins, author of three CSI novels and the bestselling book Road to Perdition.
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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Computer Game
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Enter the gritty world of CSI and delve deep into the mysteries of five baffling crime scenes. Search for the truth with Grissom, Catherine, and the entire Las Vegas Crime Scene Investigation team. Voice talents and likenesses of the entire CSI cast. Script by Max Allan Collins, author of three CSI novels and the bestselling book Road to Perdition