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Crime Lab: Body of Evidence (DS)

Crime Lab: Body of Evidence (DS)
alaScore 81

3 reviews

Oct, 2014

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Crime Lab: Body of Evidence (DS) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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Crime Lab: Body of Evidence

 

If you start feeling a case of déjà vu shortly, that's understandable. The title may not sound familiar, but City Interactive's Crime Lab: Body of Evidence is really a casualized reimagining of Art of Murder: Cards of Destiny for the Nintendo DS. Like...

Large selection of puzzles and minigames; solid serial murder story foundation; full integration of “hidden object” gameplay

Limited view area of nondescript screens feels like constant pixel hunting; objectives are often absurd; horrid characterization of an FBI agent; many puzzles poorly clued; too many timed elements

This re-imagining of Art of Murder: Cards of Destiny doesn’t deal well with its casualized conversion to DS.

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Crime Lab: Body of Evidence on Nintendo DS

 

It Isn't Just the Serial Killer Suffering an Imbalance

Even though I found a lot of things about Crime Lab: Body of Evidence to be seriously flawed, it would be difficult to deny that the game is stuffed with content. The main quest isn’t incredibly long, though it lasts for more than a few hours, but the...

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Crime Lab: Body of Evidence

 

With so many different puzzle games available on the Nintendo DS, each one trying to target a particular sector and carve out their own niche and achieve great success, how should a developer best go about penetrating the potentially over-saturated...

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