I understand the difference between doubt and lie but it should be a little more clear on what the question is with lie. There was situations where I would ask someone a question and think it has to be doubt because I didn't have any proof for that question but when I would click lie he would ask a slightly different question that I could prove him wrong with evidence. If I would have clicked doubt first I would get that question wrong and have no chance to go back.
Specific time periods would be cool but I'm up for another cop game no matter where its set if it is in the same vein as this game. I would love LOVE a modern day cop game where you interrogate people like this game but you also have the option to tackle a case however you like as long as you get it done. Basically I want a game that is like the TV show the Shield that would be my dream game. It could be a combination of Bioware's dialogue system and moral choices with L.A. Noire's interrogation and investigative systems.
I didn't like the ending to Homicide it felt too unrealistic I was thinking it would be some guy who had a ordinary life with a wife and kids but who was a serial killer. The idea that he was some crazy guy who lived in a abandoned church seemed too contrived for me.The homicide desk also got repetitive because it's obvious the people your putting away are not the killer and the crimes are all the same. I wish they threw in a couple of one off homicide cases in between the Black Dahlia murders because then it wouldn't be completely obvious whoever your putting away is not the killer.
Yeah its definitely missing that option to change body types during the match considering you can change classes and weapons mid match. It has a lot of handicaps like you said and I can't see it keeping a big community for long.
I thought jack was pretty cool and he had just as much depth as Cole. The ending scenes could have been fleshed out more but I still enjoyed it, and I could see Bondi making a sequel with Jack as the main character since he's now a DA investigator.
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