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Shenmue II continues Ryo’s quest, this time crossing the sea to Hong Kong, China.
In the first original Sherlock Holmes DS adventure, Queen Victoria's genealogical records are stolen, and the Royal Family puts Holmes in charge of the case and asks him to solve this strange mystery, assisted by his wise and faithful friend, Doctor Watson.
When a mysterious snowstorm falls on London, so cold that even the Thames is starting to freeze, Sherlock Holmes, the most astute detective of all time, is called in to investigate.
1888, London, Whitechapel district: A horrible series of crimes takes place in this East End district, as horribly mutilated women are found dead.
From the opening of each of the six investigations up to the arrest of the culprits and the moral dilemmas faced by the players, the new game mechanics in Crimes & Punishments convey the feeling of BEING Sherlock Holmes.
Sherlock Holmes confronts Arsène Lupin, the gentleman-burglar made famous by the literature series penned by French writer Maurice Leblanc.
Watson brings news of the mysterious disappearance of a young Maori maid , Sherlock Holmes investigates, only to discover the first clues of a kidnapping.
In October 1897, Sherlock Holmes, accompanied by Dr.
Watson, arrives at a party in the fabulous Sherringford Hall.
What led young Katelyn to 221B Baker Street? Could she have discovered the dark truth about her family? Who is the charming clairvoyant that has moved in to 221C? Is there room for séances and occult rituals in the bastion of logic and rationalism? For the first time in his prestigious career, the most illustrious of detectives must fight not to reveal a secret, but to keep one…
Become Sherlock Holmes as you embark on a remarkable adventure.
Investigate the mysterious case of a missing archaeologist and a valuable Egyptian mummy in turn-of-the-century England.
The year is 1896, and Scotland Yard has called Sherlock Holmes with an urgent request for help.
The Crown Jewels have been stolen from the Tower of London.
If they’re not recovered before the imminent Golden Jubilee festivities begin, the theft will be exposed and the government will fall into international disgrace.