Sherlock Holmes: Nemesis Crack/Patch

Sherlock Holmes: Nemesis (Also known as "Sherlock Holmes versus ArsГЁne Lupin") Having grappled with the machinations of a cult of Cthulhu in his last PC adventure, the world's greatest detective is now ready to challenge ArsГЁne Lupin, the gentleman thief. Lupin, a character invented by renowned French writer Maurice Leblanc, has thrilled millions of readers worldwide with his exploits, and proves a perfect foil for Sherlock Holnmes. This new Sherlock Holmes game sends players to 19th Century London where ArsГЁne Lupin, a young French burglar with an impressive track record, has just challenged Scotland Yard and the most famous of detectives - Sherlock Holmes. Lupin has announced that he plans to rob the capital of five objects of immense value over the course of five days. The objects are housed in highly prestigious locations such as the National Gallery, the British Museum, the Tower of London and even Buckingham Palace! Sherlock Holmes will have to muster all his courage and ingenuity to save England from terrible humiliation. The game invites you to visit 19th century London in all its splendor and to travel through superb decors which have been faithfully reproduced with the game's 3D engine. With famous places and some of the most prestigious landmarks as your playing field, it is as if you are on your own guided tour of one of Europe's most fabulous cities. If the pace of the adventure and its many surprises leaves you breathless, take a break and enjoy looking at the hundreds of works of art, all faithfully reproduced in their real locations. [Focus Home Interactive]

Download Sherlock Holmes: Nemesis Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 73 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1460
Genre Adventure, 3D, First-Person, Modern
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
The Adventure Company / Frogwares

Sherlock Holmes: Nemesis reviews ( 6 )

MGSPhilly, Jan 9, 2018

An epic story with many twists and turns, compounded by a multitude of head-scratching puzzles of great difficulty....The story loses its luster when Sherlock meets the Prime Minister and Queen Victoria at Bucks seemed terribly contrived and unrealistic. The "go fetch" a book in the library sequences at the British Museum became annoying and tedious. The clues/poems were terrific and sometimes very difficult to decipher without the aid of a walkthrough. Quite a challenge. Events are preceded by actions and statements which are necessary in order to continue the game. The dog food preparation was utter nonsense and I lost interest dead-away. Having said all this, I found the game mesmerizing, well-acted and -voiced (great voice-overs), and generally quite suspenseful. It was a pleasure seeing a high-brow video game set in such classic London locations as the National Gallery, the British Museum, Baker Street (of course), and um, well Bucks House too. Not for everyone, but those intensely interested in Sherlock and Watson will find a lot to savour in this story. I recommend highly with reservations. Looking forward to the next chapter (I realize this is a 2008 production, but the graphics on my higher-end desktop, fully-maxed out, were quite excellent. Warning..this is not a short game (which is fine by me), and can eat up an enormous amount of time.

MIchielS, Jun 6, 2009

An excellent game, though there might be some improvements. For example, the detail of the game isn't that good for the 20th century and the people in the game could be more realistic. But a good game.

AWG, Jun 4, 2013

I played SH:Nemesis for the plot. Graphics are not so good (even for a 2008 game) but the storyline is interesting and I never got bored by the characters. The third-person perspective and the keyboard controls are golden add-ons that increase the level of attractiveness of this game.

GolovA, May 24, 2013

I love Sherlock Holmes, read the original stories, saw several movie takes, etc. The game is ok for its value and references to the original Sir Arthur Conan Doy's story. However, as an adventure game it lacks dynamics. In Nemesis prepare to walk through different museums all game long. That's pretty much it, and all puzzles are based on it. I did not finish the game because i found it too repetitive and a little boring. By comparison, i enjoyed "Sherlock Holmes the Awakened" much more, and would recommend that title of the series instead.

AndrewS, Jul 9, 2008

Simply put, it's often frustrating when puzzles need be solved in the exact sequence as intended by the developers. The game was not that interesting to keep me going. Even the available forums were often of little help albeit well intentioned.

jacobwt226, Mar 6, 2012

Big Sherlock Fan, this wrecks it for me, something about the amount of glitches I had, and the texture problems, and the whole point to walk idea! Should make a Third-Person game of Sherlock, I would be happy to play $30 for it...Just not this game. Glad I bought it on sale...