Detective: L.A. Crimes [Erweiterung] (Portal...
Travel to sunny California, and delve deep into the drug-filled Los Angeles of the ’80s. Experience being an L.A. detective and realize that sometimes, just like detective Foley from Beverly Hills Cop, you may need to stretch the laws a bit to suit your needs. Try some controversial methods to solve your case, all the while battling with the red tape of bureaucracy. Use all the new mechanics of Observation to learn more about your suspects. The choices are yours but make sure that you have what it takes, and you are willing to cross some lines.
This challenging expansion for 1-5 players, will let you play as a group of LAPD detectives working on three different cases, solve them in ascending order because each of them will affect another. Together they form a campaign that will put your skills to the test. If you are a fan of the base game, and you are interested in a journey to the past, this is an expansion you need to get!
The premise of the game presented in the base of Detective is the same here with some slight changes. You will play as an LAPD detective, working under the command of an excellent Chief Bradley. Gathering information, deducing clues, and following on a leads is the key to solve cases formed with a deck of cards. At the end of each case, you will answer questions to gain victory points. You will win or lose the game based on the number of victory points you have earned.
As every great criminal story, this one starts with a dead body and a couple leads to follow. The Chief is trusting you, and you cannot let him down. Although, you must be cautious because this is a sensitive case, which makes it even more difficult to solve, but that never stopped a detective like yourself right?
Detective: L.A. Crimes introduces a few new mechanics, for example, you will have an option to assign an observation to a suspect or a place of interest, to get even more in-depth vision of the situation that you are trying to understand. Additionally, in many circumstances, you will be able to do something off the books, these actions will generate extra stress, so you must be careful when you decide to take one or two of these actions. Finishing a case and answering questions before you are ready is not what you would want to do, but then again, sometimes doing something stressful may provide you with the exact answers that you are looking for.
Attention: This is the German version of Detective: L.A. Crimes. This expansion requires the base game!