More cinematics, sleeker and faster than the original
The vanilla Where in the U.S.A. is Carmen Sandiego? was an adventure/edutainment in the very same vein as the entire series: you played an investigator looking to find and capture Carmen Sandiego, the elusive spy. In doing that, you had to complete a lot of edutainment rich challenges, challenges that would teach your geography, math, logic, and will also just entertain you. The game had one of those seemingly interfaces, that would almost put you off at first, but once you learned the basics about it, it was just playable, easy to control and easy to consider. At any rate, in this deluxe edition, what you get as a bonus is a few more cinematics, a few tweaks, many of them that clean the game of bugs, and also, you get a few more gameplay additions, again, mostly tackling playability and ease of understanding what it is that you need to do. Graphically, overall, Where in the U.S.A. is Carmen Sandiego? Deluxe Edition is no more engaging than the original but, then again, the original itself looked pretty rad, and, for a Carmen Sandiego game, it sure was pretty well produced. So, yeah, play it, and try some other of Carmen's adventures as well, they're great edutainment bundles, probably the best ones of the 90s.