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CSI: NY is a point-and-click adventure game based on the crime television series of the same name (2004-2013).
Why It Sucks
- Menus and options are extremely barebones.
- There are awkward video transitions when changing buildings.
- The game's repetitive and monotonous minigames just really hinder the passable story elements.
- Each of the game's four episodes will take you between one to two hours. But once you're done with the available missions, there really isn't a big reason to go back.
- Simple, 2D, static graphics lower production values.
- Over-simplified control scheme lessens the challenge.
- Lacks impact and emotion.
- Repetitive gameplay formula.
- Mini-games feel detached from actual objectives.
- Pointless hidden object secrecy to begin each scene
- Art style not particularly suited to the subject matter
- Very short even with the bonus content.
- The publisher forgot to tell anyone this is a casual game.
- Welcome foray into the New York setting.
- Authentic likenesses and voices from the TV show for the characters.
- The game has a decent mix of integrated puzzles and minigames.
- There are some interesting case stories.
- The game includes behind the scenes footage with the actors.