A forensic agent's best tool? Your NDS!
The best agent to take point on the mission? You!
A city where crime runs rampant…
A corrupt justice system…
Illegal human test subjects…
A dead cop…
With one suspicious event after the other and clues hard to come by, it's time for the forensic investigation to begin!
In Crime Scene you are part of the forensic police department and have to find and analyze clues with sophisticated equipment, interrogate witnesses and suspects, build a file with enough proof so there is no room for doubt and condemn the guilty!
Crime Scene is no simple point and click game! Thanks to your stylus and your NDS, take part in an immersive and breathtaking adventure where it will take everything you've got to uncover the hidden truth and put the bad guys behind bars!
Matt Simmons (the hero)
Young detective recently promoted from forensics.
You will play the part of this dynamic and efficient officer.
Peter Wayne (colleague)
Incompetent detective who is nearing retirement.
He is there to help you throughout all your investigations.
Alexandra Malone (the boss)
The superintendent in charge of investigations. You must frequently provide her with progress reports on your cases; in exchange, she gets search warrants for you!
- Discovery of the crime scene
- Initial assessment and removal of clues
- Analysis of the clues and the incriminating evidence
- Comparisons and analyses of the results
- Development of the forensic case and identification of the potential suspect
9 tools to remove clues with using your stylus: UV lamp and spray to reveal clues, tweezers (for hairs, bullets, fragments etc), swabs (cotton buds) for lifting liquids, brush, powder, adhesive strip for prints...
6 tools to analyze clues with using your stylus: blood, sweat and DNA analysis, hair analysis, ballistic analysis and weapons comparison, photo scanning, digital print database, composition analysis (earth, mud, drink)...
Question 19 charismatic characters. An interesting multiple choice dialogue will aid you and certain secrets you discover will help to expose the culprit!
A gauge assesses you according to any handling or judgment errors you make…
Be careful, if you are too hasty you could compromise the entire investigation. It's up to you to convince your boss that you have enough evidence to mount a case!
Nobilis' Crime Scene, developed by Benoit Sokal's White Birds, is currently scheduled for release in Europe in Q2 2009.
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