Occult Crime Police is a detective game in the style of Ace Attorney which tasks players with unravelling a strange and mysterious murder. Occult Crime Police revolves around searching the crime scene for evidence, then using that evidence to find flaws in witness testimony. Seven years ago, a missing persons case destroyed the reputation of Sheriff Miranda Warren. Now, a murder case at the same mysterious government facility offers her a chance at redemption. But to reach it, she’ll have to deal with a condescending FBI Agent, a main suspect who keeps lying to prove his own guilt, and whatever the hell a “Thought Influencer” is. Solve a mystery with washed-up police sheriff Miranda Warren, margarita chugging medical examiner Carlos Tsukada, and amateur paranormal photographer Ash Jager.
Rating: All Ages
Length: 4 Hours
Platform: Windows / Mac / Linux
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The polish on the game is incredible - my roommates looked over my shoulder for a bit and they both commented that the animation was impressive and the music was catchy. I also forced them to stop what they were doing to watch Miranda throw her hat triumphantly because that was fantastic.
I really enjoyed going through and solving the mystery. As someone who has never played Ace Attorney, I wasn't totally sure what to expect with this game, especially the difficulty level. I tend to have trouble solving the mystery in mystery books or movies, and I wasn't sure I would be up to solving this one either. This actually turned out to be at the perfect difficulty level for me, though - it wasn't spoon-fed or immediately obvious, but I also didn't struggle for overly long on any one. It challenged me without frustrating me, basically.
I'm really interested now in that little spoiler tease, too... would love to play a sequel to this.
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