Review: Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter

It’s been a few years since Sherlock Holmes finally vanquished his foe, Moriarty and claimed a prize like no other: a daughter. Now, something is about to throw his life into chaos and he’ll have to face the truth of The Devil’s Daughter.

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Interview: Frogwares – Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter

During Paris Game Week 2015, Frogwares announced the next title in the series, Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter. As a fan of the series, you can imagine how interested I’ve been in any news regarding the development and release of this game.

As with Crimes & Punishments, I decided the best way to find stuff about the game was to go to the source and ask the Frogwares team! Below you’ll find the interview. Continue reading Interview: Frogwares – Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter

Review: Beautiful Bones – Sakurako’s Investigation

Over the past few weeks I’ve been catching up on series I missed in the past months, particularly with Anime. That’s how I found Sakurakosan no Ashimoto ni wa Shitai ga Umatteiru (translated as Beautiful Bones – Sakurako’s Investigaion). Many sites and forums described it as Bones the animation. As someone who enjoyed Bones until it got too tiresome, I decided to give it a shot.

I was pleasantly surprised. Continue reading Review: Beautiful Bones – Sakurako’s Investigation

The Weekly Puzzle – So Simple It’s Elementary!

Puzzles are at the core of Adventure gameplay, they provide challenges for you to overcome with brains rather than brawn. For Action Adventures, they offer a break from the hacky-slashy-stabby-shooty element of title.

Every week I’ll bring you a new puzzle, drawn from some of the best and worst adventure or puzzle games I’ve ever played. Every once in a while I’ll even leave you one of my own for you to solve. If you do, I’ll find a way to reward you! Continue reading The Weekly Puzzle – So Simple It’s Elementary!