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  • Summary: Dark Motives continues the crime-solving experience of Ubisoft's CSI video game series. Players join Gil Grissom, Catherine Willows and the rest of the Las Vegas cast to help solve crimes using realistic techniques and lab equipment. Featuring five intricate crimes, players learn that no crime is ever perfect and that the truth always leaves a trace. Game features include: Interactive touch screen puts you in the middle of the crime scene. Work with your favorite cast members from the show. Use the latest forensic technology, such as fingerprint dusters and an enhanced microscope. Explore locations taken straight from the show. View video reconstructions of the crimes. Unique dual-screen adventure interface gives you critical data above without missing the action below. [Ubisoft] Expand
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    The game is a dated port that did not fare well in the move. Gone are the graphics and sound that made the game fun to play for fans of the show. Unfortunately the tedious gameplay remains, creating a dark, boring, and sometimes very silent experience.
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  1. AliceB.
    Dec 7, 2007
    Its awsome, I love love love CSI on Tv so i bought this game and its really fun.
  2. PjW.
    Jan 23, 2009
    I gave this game a 5, basically for a few reasons A.)As far as im concerned, case 3 should have been case 1. It was too easy to be half way through the game. B.)After a while, i got sick of the crickets, the traffic and the constant eerie silence on repeat. C.)The cases were challenging. That was a good point. but really there should be some sort of random element about each case, should be written 2 or 3 different ways so you get different suspects and evidence each time - then this game would be playable after you initially finished it. Thats another complaint i have - what good is a game that you can only really play once. Expand