- Collect evidence at the crime scene -
- Partner with the cast of the new CSI Season 9 with characters such as Ray Langston (Laurence Fishburne) and Riley Adams (Lauren Lee Smith); work together on the crime scene or help each other during tough suspect interrogations
- Play one of the most skilled forensic experts ever to join the Vegas CSI team; help other detectives in their investigations and gain their respect through your actions and teamwork
- Explore crime scenes, dissect a victim’s body, or follow the twists and turns of the story; CSI – Deadly Intent is an all-new immersive experience thanks to intriguing cases written with CSI show writers, a new rendering engine allowing for more realistic graphics, improved lighting effects, and enhanced character acting and lip sync with the voices of the actors from the show
- Dust for fingerprints
CSI: Deadly Intent Description
Dust for fingerprints..
Reviews By M.D.C. : Date November 21, 2009
I played through Hard Evidence – I have a review up about that – and when I saw this came out, I had to play it. Mostly for the achievements, but I also enjoy the whodunit type of games. (A side note, little factoid: This game is actually longer than Halo:ODST and Modern Warfare 2′s single campaigns combined!)
Anyway, if you didn’t play the first CSI you will be at a distinct disadvantage in this game. They don’t even try to train you on what you need to know to case a scene. There are hints and tips, plus the occasional email from your partner to guide you. But in the first game, every time you needed to use a tool, it told you exactly what that tool was and what it did, so you knew without the game having to tell you what it was for. This time around it throws you in the thick of things with little warning about it. Just be aware that it seems tailor made for those who played Hard Evidence. If you did, you’ll immediately recognize just about all of the various tools from before. One small difference is that you can only pick from four tools when ever you find a piece of evidence – it’s always one of the four, but you can’t just pick random tools like hard Evidence. You also don’t have to worry about the tweezers; they’re done automatically.
My main complaint about Hard Evidence was that the cases revealed anything but “hard evidence”, instead resorting to what was essentially bullying the suspect into confessing and then making an arrest based on the confession rather than proving beyond any reasonable doubt that the person was guilty of the crime.
Reviews By MP06011999 : Date October 26, 2010
This one’s actually worse than the last game, “Hard Evidence”. Of course, the show got worse with age, why not the game. Seriously, this can be fun, but it is more like a budget game rather than one based on a very popular tv show.
Great idea, poorly executed.
Moving the courser in the delicate manner required is next to impossible. It’s jumpy and sometimes takes off on it’s own. Sucky control.
The video is terrible in the sense that it is always way too dark. My settings are turned as bright as I can get and still there is way too many dark corners in the game where you can’t see the clues. You have to just move the courser over the dark areas waiting to see the toolbox pop up – Very poor graphics!
Great idea and fun that you can play with others. But so very poorly executed.
Reviews By Christy Foster : Date December 6, 2009
This game is a lot of fun, and it has good replay value to try to get a perfect score! The only thing I didn’t really care for was the pixel hunting involved on getting evidence on some of the pieces. Other than that, lots of CSI-based mystery!Read more CSI: Deadly Intent Reviews