For the first time in the CSI game series, team up with the cast of CSI: Crime Scene InvestigationTM not only to solve some of the most gruesome crimes of Sin City, but also to take down a dangerous drug cartel. Unveil clues in 5 connected cases to bring a powerful drug lord to justice in the most strategic and unpredictable CSI game yet!
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TAKE DOWN THE QUEEN… Partner with FBI agent Gene Huntby in 5 connected cases. Special Agent Huntby will both help and challenge you in a hunt for the Queen of the Hive, a formidable drug lord that may be behind a series of shocking murders.
UNVEIL A CONSPIRACY… Be prepared to work with your CSI partners, including the returning Sara Sidle, to solve murder cases and uncover the Fatal Conspiracy behind the crimes you investigate. You will question the integrity of even your own CSI teammates as suspicions arise of infiltration by the powerful criminal organization.
FEEL CHILLS RUN DOWN YOUR SPINE… While exploring crime scenes, analyzing unusual evidence, or following the twists of the story. CSI: Fatal Conspiracy is an all new immersive experience thanks to intriguing cases written with CSI show writers, a fully updated rendering engine allowing for more realistic lighting effects, and enhanced character acting and lip sync with the voices of the main actors from the show.
PERFORM THE TASKS OF A CSI DETECTIVE… Collect evidence at the crime scene • Dust for fingerprints
Search for items that might be related to the case
Unveil hidden evidence using high-tech tools such as an Ultrasound device, a digital SLR camera, and more…
Interview a variety of witnesses and suspects
Utilize an improved interrogation system for more realistic character interactions
Ask the right questions and use evidence collected at the crime scene to get the ultimate truth
Analyze the evidence with the latest technology
DNA & chemical analysis
Audio/Video analysis and more…
CSI Fatal Conspiracy is rated
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Rated 4 out of
Thrilling, Plot Twisting, and FunThis game is great. You go around solving cool crime scene cases. The only reason I rated this a 9 and not 10 is because of how short it is. There are five episodes. The good thing about these episodes are that they are long, and each episode always has a plot twist. The second episode Is the hardest in my opinion, so watch out for that one
Date published: 2015-04-03
Rated 5 out of
Excellent CSI gameThis game is so good. It's like the evolution of detective games. From Sherlock Holmes to CSI Fatal Conspiracy. More recent mystery crime detective gaming. They have shows of different CSI good guy cops on tv at night if you guys want to watch their cool show. :)
Date published: 2014-03-22
Rated 3 out of
Game PlayI was pretty disappointed that there are only 5 cases instead of 5+ for $29.99. Since this game only has 5 cases, the game should have cost me 9.99 or less. I'm very disappointed but other than that I think the game is good. A friend watched me play it but isn't ready to go buy the game themselves. The graphics could have been a little better. And the boss could been made to where SHE don't look mean or like the devil.
Date published: 2011-02-04
Rated 4 out of
Good but shortThis game would only be recommended by fans but a little warning, it only has 5 cases. It would have been better if it were to have at least 10 to 15 cases. I like the overall of the game. I think it is pretty awesome how you are lead detective.
Date published: 2011-01-26
Rated 1 out of
its stupid and boring i give it 4 thumbs downits stupid and boring i give it 4 thumbs down,worst game ever.
Date published: 2010-11-24
Rated 2 out of
For fans only.While CSI can sometimes be entertaining to watch, playing it, especially on a console, is a rather different story. The control scheme is point and click, very basic, with a cursor that changes its appearance with what can be done. With the PS3 version, the left stick controls the cursor and the right controls the camera, which is not completely free moving, having a set path on where it can and cannot move which can be frustrating when looking for evidence. The evidence itself can so blatantly obvious that you can't miss it, or so hard to see that you have to resort to moving the cursor up and down in a grid search over the entire screen in an effort to find something. When you actually do, you have to process the evidence. Some items you can look at in the viewer and find more evidence on it, such as a fingerprint on an item, or you have to go to the lab and look or analyze with the equipment. This is incredibly tedious, having to click and re-click over and over to process the same types of evidence case after case. The graphics could be last gen without any problem. The pre-rendered, background stuff isn't so bad but the characters and items made to be interactive, or mix with the interactive items to hide them, aren't so good. The characters too barely seem to move, just stare off into the distance while you click around collecting the evidence and when they talk, it's as if the voice actors were bored, it being in monotone most of the time. All in all, I wouldn't recommend buying the game without at least trying out the demo or renting it first. After all, once you know where the clues are and who-done-it, what's left to investigate?