Beware of Your Past... Tap through the suspense in Again, an interactive crime novel from the makers of Hotel Dusk, only on the Nintendo DS. Follow the clues as FBI agent Jonathan Weaver, using Past Vision powers and navigate through factitious adaptation of an early 90's crime-ridden New Jersey. Nineteen years after the first Providence Murder Cases, your goal is to track down the assailants, using evidence found along the way. As the only survivor of his family's murder, Weaver has been pursuing numerous unanswered questions in his unwavering search for the killer realizing just how the past can come back to kill you.
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Players live the interactive novel through the eyes of Kyle Hyde, a former NY detective on a quest for redemption...and revenge. A surprising plot, clever dialogue, and an intriguing cast of supporting characters accompany him on the journey.
Hotel Dusk is a Touch Screen-focused title that players of any skill level can play. By engaging in conversations with shady bellboys, chatty maids and secretive femme fatales - each with dark secrets of their own - the player determines the path of the story.
Hotel Dusk uses sketch animation, film noir-esque camera angles, and dynamic lighting to create a truly original and innovative graphic style.
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CING DOES IT AGAINAfter the fantastic (but unfortunately short) Trace Memory Cing graces us with another underrated but ridiculously entertaining puzzler/mystery game Hotel Dusk Room 215. Right off the bat I have to mention the presentation and graphical art style. In a word, AMAZING. Everything in the world looks real and has color, but the main character and every other person you meet looks like a sketch drawing that animates when talking. It looks so unique and original, there's NOTHING like it on the DS. The story of Hotel Dusk is about a man named Kyle Hyde a former member of the NY police department who is looking for his missing partner who he thinks went astray. It leads him to the Hotel Dusk where in this particular hotel he may get the answers he seeks. There's a lot more to the story but anyone looking to play the game I won't ruin by saying anymore. Being that Hotel Dusk feels like a graphic novel come to life its very fitting that you play it by holding the DS like a book. The left side of the screen shows your character while the right side of the screen lets you explore the hotel in first person and its also used to solve the many puzzles around the hotel. Get this game if you have the slightest interest on playing something very original with great production values, fantastic graphics, cool music, and an interesting and addicting story. One of my favorite DS games bar none.