Originally Posted by coolsome
I am not joking! Its not an adventure game. Puzzles are good and fun but it has to fit the series. You wouldn't play Cars and expect puzzles. I think it would work where you find evidence and find out if people are lying. Then do the court stuff.
Okay, I see what you mean. I should have said "a detective adventure game without any required thought whatsoever."
Originally Posted by daro2096
Bit dissapointed with these games so far.
No real interaction in the game.
It is just a story. The only playing involved is asking the right questions and using the right objection point.
Not worth the £1.99 I paid for it. I expected better from Telltale.
You don't even find anything for yourself. You just click on the questions and objections at the right times and judging by the difficulty of Telltale's latest games I can only assume is like Blue's Clues or something. In fact, Telltale should just make a game out of that.