CSI: New York Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
CSI: New York Reviews5
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|Game Boomers||D||Dec 17 '08|
|Gamezebo||3.5/5||Apr 01 '09|
|GameZone||5.3/10||Jan 05 '09|
|IGN PC||5.8/10||Dec 04 '08|
|Just Adventure +||B-||Dec 19 '08|
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CSI: New York Previews
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|HookedGamers.com||Oct 16 '08|
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"While it's an entertaining romp for the first hour or so, the game will tire quickly on the player. The show is much more exciting than the video game so it's best to stick to watching CSI on your television rather than playing it on your PC."
"CSI: NY - The Game isn't as exciting as the source material it's based on. Due to the nature of the game, it can't encompass the action or dynamic camera angles of the TV show. In addition, there's no action or gunplay here. At best, CSI: NY might get your interest with its "whodunit" aspect, but overall, the more you play the more you realize how much of a chore it actually is. All of the episodes are extremely linear and do not let you deviate from the forced path. When everything is said and done, it's just a very monotonous experience."
"The game has its own unique charm for part of the first case. Then it simply wears out, and you get the feeling that youre not really doing any detective work, but that the game is simply pushing you around, pointing you in the right direction, using you as an errand boy rather than a CSI, and then most of the fun wears off. Theres nothing really intellectually stimulating, the 2D graphic novel-style graphics leave things to be desired, and the concept tires quickly. On the plus side, the stories are intriguing, the voice acting decent, and it can be fun for a little while. Ultimately, however, the game loses steam rather quickly and ends up in the morgue itself, a victim of less than stellar design and execution."