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Rating by SamuelGordon posted on Jul 31, 2018 | edit | delete


Shallow Detective


The Devil’s daughter is a stepdown from it’s predecessor. I didn’t like the heavy oriented action scenes as some of them were unpractical with a mouse/keyboard (balancing). The puzzles are great, some hard ones. The cases aren not that interesting nor are the characters. I kind of miss the obvious deduction you can make like in the previous game. This one was full of “let’s pin it on that guy” scenarios. I also particulary did not like the supernatural direction the game takes : Holmes entering a vision of the ancient pyramid, spirits talking,etc…The devil’s daughter barely has a general storyline.

So in short, if you like puzzles and can stomach the annoying action scenes (you can skip the tedious ones, but do not skip the big important ones like in the pyramid: them’s some hardcore Tex Murphy situations^^) i say try it out. If you are expecting interesting characters/stories you will be disappointed. I give it a 6/10.

Oh yeah i do not like the new voice actor/looks of Holmes/Watson.


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Time Played: 10-20 hours
Difficulty: Just Right

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Rating by Relic posted on Sep 23, 2017 | edit | delete


Action... and a little bit of adventure


From the start you know you’re not going to have much control in this one. A strange woman has moved next door and is insinuating her way into the life of your adoptive daughter. Despite it being only 1894 and women only just now being able to smoke in public without being arrested, she (a complete stranger) seems capable of gaining access to your daughter at anytime and ignoring your angry objections. That however is the least of your problems, as you’re channeling Nancy Drew and walk right into the obvious danger of the first case, resulting in one of the too many life threatening action sequences and quick time events. Too much time is spent creeping about, dodging bullets, balancing, quickly hitting the A, W, S or D keys and selecting from multiple dialogue choices within a few seconds. Fortunately you can skip most of this, in the case of crafting a dagger with mouse clicks, it seemed the only way forward. In the second case you channel Lara Croft as do the thought experiment of a 1000 deaths… and with regards to the last case, you’re left wondering if it was ‘Fever Dreams’ as the title indicates.

Note although you can never need go there, on the streets outside 221B you can practice arm-wrestling, boxing and darts (all redundant) and ‘balancing’ (useful, but only time I actually fell) as well as pick up the local papers.

The Bad: more an action/stealth game. Watson is pointless. Your costumes don’t fool anyone if you accidentally leave them on.

The Good: being able to frame ‘innocent’ people for a crime. A certain annoying American will strut the boards no more.


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Time Played: 5-10 hours
Difficulty: Hard

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Rating by tsa posted on Jul 27, 2017 | edit | delete


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