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CSI: 3 Dimensions of Murder (2006)



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Credited cast:
Gil Grissom (voice) (as William L. Petersen)
Edie Mirman ...
Catherine Willows (voice)
Kate Savage ...
Sara Sidle (voice)
Warrick Brown (voice)
Nick Stokes (voice)
Dr. Al Robbins (voice)
Greg Sanders (voice)
Carla Mitchell / Carrie Canelli / Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Andrew Chaikin ...
Craig Landers (voice)
Julie Garibaldi ...
Nathan Ackerman (voice)
Lucy Canelli / Maya Nguyen (voice)
Sydney Rainin-Smith ...
Emily Hanson / Gun Club Clerk (voice) (as Sydney Rainin)


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14 March 2006 (USA)  »

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Andy Penmore; Michael Dubois: I'm going to ring that scrawny little neck of hers!
LVPD Capt. Jim Brass: That's not the smartest thing to say to a Homicide Detective.
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A CSI Fan's P.O.V.
17 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

**May contain spoilers, last warning** This game is cool, the idea of the whole thing being 3 dimensional and all (made a nice pun). It also had unique cases, but as with all games it went wrong in a few places. First off, Jorja Fox and Marg Helgenberger don't even their character's voice overs (Sara's difference is probably more notable than Catherine's). Also, they make everything look all pretty like the lab with it's view of the elevator that looks like it's a place you can get to, the crime scenes, and the morgue, but Brass' office looks weird because the view out of the doors and windows appear to be cut and pasted from a photo (unlike the lab). Also, the game can be a stumper more than once or twice. There was the GMC thing, but every vehicle was a GMC and it got old. Also Doc Robbins has a 6 head. If you can get past this the game's great.

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