Well, for most people this will be an after burner, but since I only own a NintendoDS Lite for a few weeks, I'm pretty upped about it.
I just finished Hotel Dusk: Room 215. My 3rd game I bought (yep, bought, and it's worth every eurocent!). I've started playing this game a few days ago, and like a really good book, I haven't been able to stop playing. Good thing we're now in holidays, so I have quite a bit of spare time. In the game you play the role of an ex-cop names Kyle Hyde who is now working as a salesman staying in room 215 "Wish" of Hotel Dusk. However, his boss Ed Vincent has a little business on the side.
You have to find objects and hand them to the customer. Sort of a detective, but not as such. Anyway, the atmosphere of the game is excellent. There are quite a few characters you will meet and talk to. There are also a lot of sub-stories you have to solve. Chapter by chapter you get closer to your goal, and slowly, but certain, you pick up the small pieces of the final puzzle.
The characters are all very well thought out, and the limited space of the hotel make this a real "whodunnit" like story known of many best sellers or television detective shows. The only minor thing I have with the game is that the progress is rather linear. Sometimes you find certain items or clues earlier than the story line expects. Which makes you won't be able to use the items or clues until you found/solved the clue that was planned in the game plot. But this is only a very moot point.
All in all, this game is excellent, and I really hope there'll be more games like this. A successor would be nice as well, Kyle went on vacation in the end, so, once he's back he could of course start a new adventure. Although the major thread, his lost partner Bradley, can't be part of the next episode. However, maybe it's nice to make a pre-quel, from the Bradley POV.. I'll leave that up to the developers, I only wish these games were made more often.