Hotel Dusk, Phoenix Wright, Time Hollow, etc...

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  1. Skelletonike
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    Well, I love this kinda games. I've played a few, but I can't seem to find any insteresting ones besides these:

    -Hotel Dusk;
    -Phoenix Wright;
    -Apollo Justice;
    -Time Hollow;
    -Trace Memory;
    -CSI


    Do you know any insteresting games of this kind?
    (I dun like Curious Village tho...)


    Thanks in advance... [​IMG]
     
  2. fateastray

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    theresia
     
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    I haven't played it yet, but I think "Unsolved Crimes" is that type of genre you're looking for.
     
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    ohh hoo someone has the same tastes as me [​IMG]

    yeah try unsolved crimes is gud but too short, if you finished all the other games that you listed then this will be really easy to complete.
    or try mistery detective 1 and 2.

    different genre: trauma centre 1/2 is a gud game (if i were you i will give it a shot)
     
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    Ok, thanks!
    I'll try those games out. [​IMG]
     
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    Glad to hear people love this genre which is thankfully thriving on the DS. Here's a few detective games for you...

    -Secret Files: Tunguska. It is pretty standard adventure style game, with pretty good graphics.
    -Touch Detective 1&2 should be right up your alley. I hear 2 is better than 1 though.
    -Syberia might be good, but I hear its lacking compared to the PC original. Might be good if you haven't played any other versions.

    And fateastray, THANK YOU for mentioning Theresia! I have never heard of it before, and must play it now having read a little about it. [​IMG]
     
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    Like, here?
    Theresia, definately, though you'd have to stand the really really really really slow controls...
     
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    You might also want to try Lost in Blue.
     
  9. Skelletonike
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    I played the 3 of them already...
     
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    Runaway The Dream of the Turtle.
     
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    (FSR) Flower, sun and rain.

    Only thing I have to say about secret files is that its far easier to play on PC, i found it a bit awkward/time consuming compared to the PC version and also you might as well grab both touch detective games the setting/story does kinda follow on.

    I can't speak for syberia but I hear they cut quite a bit from the PC version.


    I can name plenty more for the PC if you want the names of them. (practically all the classic lucas arts ones + a few others)


    Edit: Saying that about lucas arts reminds me of SCUMMVM if you have a flash cart there are a ton of games to use with that.
     
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    It's not DS, but... you should give Snatcher (Sega CD) a try.
     
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    whts trace memory [​IMG]
     
  14. Skelletonike
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    It's a game where you have to find out about things from the past.

    You can see more at that link:
    Trace Memory



    I do have a flash cart, but what's SCUMMVM??? [​IMG]
     
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    Its an emulator for old "point and click" adventure games. Stuff like broken sword, beneath a steel sky, day of the tentacle, monkey island etc.

    You can find more info about it here:
    http://www.scummvm.org/

    Although i'm not sure how far along the NDS version is these days.
     
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    It has some serious flaws, but you might like Lifesigns - Surgical Unit.

    And if you get SCUMMVM, I recommend Curse of Monkey Island, Day of the Tentacle, Full Throttle, Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis, Loom, Maniac Mansion, and Sam & Max Hit the Road.
     
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    Theres one about some rifts in time that I heard it was good. But im not even sure if its on DS, or its name
     
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    These cannot be recommended enough! Still some of the best Adventure games ever made, even today. [​IMG] Using the stylus to play feels perfect.

    However, I might add that Curse of Monkey Island doesn't work. Monkey Island 1&2 work perfectly though.
     
  19. Ruri

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    Dammit, that's what I meant to suggest. Curse of Monkey Island isn't as good as the first two anyway.
     
  20. Skelletonike
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    That's Time Hollow... xP





    I'll check out the site then, thanks.