Monday, October 03, 2005

Small screen to game screen

Paul Hyman in The Hollywood Reporter looks at how American TV series are being adapted as video games.
In "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," gamers are presented with three murder cases -- which is the reason the game's rating was bumped up to an "M" -- and they choose which order they intend to solve them. Each begins at the crime scene where Detective Goren is briefed on the basics of the crime. The rest of the game involves collecting evidence, determining what is relevant, interviewing witnesses, sending evidence to the crime lab, conferring with Capt. Deakins, getting warrants and, of course, interrogating suspects.

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