Average Review Score:
James Noir's Hollywood Crimes Reviews
|website||score||publish date||article quality|
|Adventure Gamers||2.5/5||Jan 13 '12|
|Cubed3||6/10||Nov 26 '11|
|D+PAD||3/5||Feb 03 '12|
|GameSpot||7/10||Nov 29 '11|
|Gaming-Age||D||Nov 30 '11|
|Metro||5/10||Dec 05 '11|
|Nintendo World Report||7.5/10||Nov 21 '11|
|NZGamer||6/10||Dec 07 '11|
|PALGN||6/10||Nov 24 '11|
|WiiWare Nintendo Life||7/10||Nov 26 '11|
|Nintendo The Official Magazine||76%||Nov 25 '11|
|»Submit a review link|
James Noir's Hollywood Crimes Previews
|website||publish date||article rating|
|There are currently no previews. Click below to submit one.|
|» Submit a preview link|
Quoted from James Noir's Hollywood Crimes Reviews:Check out these quotes from James Noir's Hollywood Crimes reviews & previews
"There isn’t much glitz or glamour in James Noir's Hollywood Crimes, a puzzle-adventure with low production values and repetitive puzzles that even an interesting murder mystery can’t overcome."
"Ubisoft’s stab at claiming some of the market share from Level-5’s immensely popular series could have been a positive one, yet instead whilst still enjoyable it proves to be a lacklustre alternative."
"This isn’t a criminal case of shovelware, but we can’t give it a full stamp of approval either… and so whether it’s worth investigating depends greatly on how much you enjoy playing portable detective."
"James Noir's Hollywood Crimes is a bit rough around the edges, but it offers some fun, quirky puzzling."
"Overall, I feel like it’s a pretty poor entry on the 3DS, and it would have been better off as a simple collection of puzzles than something enveloped in a poorly told noir tale."