In alphabetical order


Elements of interest: Fast paced action, technology, espionage


Elements of interest: Demons rather than vampires, atmosphere, Fast paced


Elements of interest: Forensics, passing of time, archaeology, conspiracy

Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Elements of interest: Vampires, atmosphere, books and prophecies, librarian


Elements of interest: Detailed forensics, technology, fast paced

Dark Angel

Elements of interest: Season 2 best, genetic engineering, the future, societal impact

Fortune Hunter (1994)

Elements of interest: Very early detailed creative forensics


Elements of interest: High budget, mood, comfort, story telling

La Femme Nikita

Elements of interest: Top secret agency, technology, forensics, unusual techniques, smart characters, espionage

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Lois and Clark The New Adventures of Superman

Elements of interest: Comfort, mood, story telling, atmosphere


Elements of interest: Labyrinthian story, lots of episodes=lots of interesting detours/details, archaeology

Now And Again

Elements of interest: Great humour, realism, acting, technology, high quality

Nowhere Man

Elements of interest: Paranoia, great conspiracy, mindbend, smart main character

Seven Days

Elements of interest: Alternate futures, technology, interesting scenarios

Special Unit 2

Elements of interest: Great sarcastic humour, mood, atmospere, interesting paranormal villains


Elements of interest: Season 4 and 5 best because more naturalistic. Lots of interesting alternate dimensions.

Star Trek Enterprise

Elements of interest: Fast paced, technology, forensics, transition from NASA -> Star fleet, early days, more naturalistic/realistic.


Elements of interest: Very interesting story overall about aliens (sort of), genetic engineering, mindbend, detours. Technology.

The Outer Limits (1995)

Elements of interest: Runs the gamut through all of science fiction and even horror from aliens to time travel to future space travel to diseases and genetic engineering.


The X-Files

Elements of interest: Naturalistic, conspiracy, aliens, atmosphere.


Elements of interest: Cameras, forensics, alien technology, genetic mutations, technology

The Twilight Zone (2002)

AKA the mindfuck TV show. Every episode is a mindfuck, great creative. Technology, naturalistic, created by same people as Outer Limits 1995. Similar style.

Veritas: The Quest

The best Tomb Raider/Indiana Jones/Forensics/Archaelogy tv show. Grand in scale, lots of technology, forensics, cameras and analysis, ancient tombs and catacombs and supernatural elements and vast conspiracies. #1

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“Veritas: The Quest” — Meet Nikko Zond, a hyper-intelligent but rebellious teenager still mourning the death of his renowned archeologist mother and a virtual stranger to his workaholic father, Solomon. Solomon is really head of the Veritas Foundation, whose agenda is to seek the truth behind the mysteries of history and civilization. Teaming up for the first time with his father, Nikko finds his parents’ spirit of adventure clearly runs in his blood, as he inadvertently gets entangled in his dad’s dangerous adventures. From an excavation site of the pre-Roman civilization of Ancient Gaul to the North Pole, there is no place to which the Veritas Foundation will not venture in their mission for the truth. But a secret nefarious organization, seeking to destroy the Foundation’s research, will never be far behind. “Veritas: The Quest” stars Ryan Merriman as Nikko Zond, Alex Carter as Solomon Zond, Eric Balfour as Calvin Banks, Cynthia Martells as Maggie, Cobie Smulders as Juliet Droil with Arnold Vosloo as Vincent Siminou.

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It’s 1996. A young boy disappears in the Black Hills Forest near Burkittsville, Maryland. As Ellis, a former police officer with a troubled past, you join the search. What starts as an ordinary investigation soon turns into an endless nightmare as you confront your fears and the Blair Witch, a mysterious force that haunts the woods…

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Condemned 2: Bloodshot

Condemned 2 follows Ethan Thomas and his inner demons through a string of gruesome murders where players must use their deductive skills and brute force to track down sadistic serial killers. It features all-new fighting mechanics and high-tech forensics tools, giving players the resources they need to cope with and unravel the mysteries surrounding every disturbing event. Developed by the renowned Monolith Productions, creators of the original Condemned game, Condemned 2 also introduces a variety of thrilling online multiplayer modes, delivering the most brutal hand-to-hand combat experience the first-person genre has ever seen.

RELEASE DATE 03.11.2008


PLATFORMS PlayStation 3, Xbox 360

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Condemned: Criminal Origins

An unnatural wave of serial murders terrorizes the city. As a member of the Serial Crimes Unit, you will rely on sharp instincts and sophisticated forensic tools to investigate crime scenes, collect evidence, and find clues that will lead you to the killers. With danger lurking in every shadow, you’ll need whatever weapons you can find to stay alive. If you run out of bullets, you’ll have to make do with a fire axe, shovel, two-by-four, or whatever you can pry from the environment around you.

RELEASE DATE 11.16.2005



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Machine Code (3D SBS)

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