Ubisoft Announces CSI: Fatal Conspiracy, CSI Finally Comes To The PS3

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Today Ubisoft and CBS Consumer Products announced all-new video games based on one of the world’s top ten television brands CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. The game will be available for the first time ever on the Sony Playstation® 3 computer entertainment system.

CSI: Fatal Conspiracy features five new connected cases written by the same writers from the television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Players will experience an authentic crime-solving video game with real CSI characters, heart-pounding interrogations and enhanced graphics. A unique story structure that unveils the truth piece by piece brings a new level of suspense and intrigue to the top-selling franchise.

CSI: Fatal Conspiracy Game Features:

  • • Immerse yourself in the world of CSI – Partner with the cast of CSI Season 10, including characters such as Ray Langston (Laurence Fishburne), Catherine Willows (Marg Helgenberger) and Nick Stokes (George Eads) with real voices acted out by the cast. Be prepared to work together with the CSI team on the crime scene or during tough suspect interrogations.
  • • Be a CSI detective – Collect evidence at the crime scene, search for items that might be related to the case and unveil hidden evidence through observation. Interview witnesses and suspects with an improved interrogation system for more realistic character interaction.
  • • Analyze the evidence with the latest technology – Use new ultrasound and high-tech SLR camera technology in the game. Share your evidence with high-resolution photos.

Developed by Telltale Games, CSI: Fatal Conspiracy will continue the crime-solving gameplay of Ubisoft’s CSI video game series and bring it to a whole new standard.

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