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Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter, the eighth game in the series, is an incredible adventure game with unique gameplay blending investigation, action and exploration for an extraordinary experience that will test the limits of players' nerves and intelligence. Playing as the great detective, they will have to track down evil in the darkest corners of London and the human spirit, freely exploring several neighbourhoods in the city in search of clues and suspects while they untangle a web of intrigue leading to the final stunning revelation.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 67 / 100
User rating
Downloads 2094
Genre Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Bigben Interactive / Frogwares
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Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter reviews ( 7 )

Siavashtitkan, Jun 10, 2016

the great return of the best detective of all time. with the best cases and the best graphics comes the one of the best detective and mystery games in the game history. you have to play it. YOU ARE LITERALLY SHERLOCK HOLMES.

syclonix, Feb 22, 2018

As someone who 1) has not played any prior Sherlock Holmes games, and 2) has not read any of the books (I know, I'm sorry), I *thoroughly enjoyed* this game and give it a hearty recommendation! Pros: - Loved the characters! Holmes, Watson, and all the suspects and supporting characters do an excellent job of making the world feel alive and believable. I assume Holmes is different in the books, but since I haven't had the pleasure of reading them, I didn't mind Holmes' acting or emotions. It made him feel quite relatable. In fact, I would have found an emotionless, mechanical Sherlock Holmes rather perturbing (for example, I can't stand Benedict Cumberbatch's BBC Sherlock--but again, that's just me). - You really feel like a detective! The game mechanics are really good and I love that you get to observe each character and make split-second decisions/inferences about them that can either be right or wrong and that these deductions can correctly or incorrectly inform your subsequent judgements. The "Deductions Space" is also really cool. This is where your gathered mental notes can be connected to each other to form potential judgements. The different branching choices with the clue combinations is impressive. - You can switch between 3rd and 1st person views. This might sound minor, but is greatly appreciated when you're trying to read signs or details in a room. - The game can be played in bite sized chunks and the game saves after most interactions so there's little to no backtracking. Cons: - Mini-games offer a nice variety and break from the normal game, but do feel inconsistent in quality, especially compared to the main game. Some mini-games are delightful and others border on slightly tedious. - The ending is rather abrupt and doesn't tie whole game together as one might anticipate. The game seems to hint that your "Moral Decisions" for each case will have an effect on the later part of the game, but it fails to deliver in any meaningful way. I wish the cases were somehow tied together on a grander scale. - The game is on the shorter side, but personally I like games this length since they actually hold my attention long enough to finish them. - On my machine there was massive stuttering when I first load a new area. It would disappear after a few seconds. Annoying, but not a deal-breaker. All that said, I can't wait to now go play the other Sherlock games, especially Crimes & Punishments!

arrixx_kai, May 19, 2017

Great game...... A must play for Holmes' fans........................ I loved the graphics and te animation....... And I also loved the British accent......................... LOVED IT..................................

BananaReviews, Jun 25, 2016

The game is interesting, the part '' research '' is good, the story can involve you, and it's good for fans of Sherlock legend, but has well exceeded charts despite an interesting setting, the game's minigames are horrible, boring and strangers, a game that you do not need to play, but you can if you want.

Krzych, Mar 6, 2017

Kind of a mixed bag because main story is very good but other investigations are kind of average, overly long, too much puzzles (thankfully all of them can be skipped just in case something annoys you too much), not as interesting as Crimes and Punishments. Graphically there is no upgrade from previous,maybe even a downgrade, performance is also unstable at times. But there are some interesting changes in mechanics, more action, some dialogues where you need to reply fast or actions where you need to react quickly, it wasn't really there in previous parts. New look for Holmes and Watson is okay too, I was very skeptical about it but they made it very well. Overall I had a good time but game is quite average at the beginning and gets better with time, certainly not the best way to develop a game, bad start can easily to discourage from playing. I would give it an 8 but it takes too much time for the game to enter the proper level, almost the entire fist half of the game is kind of lackluster. Also giving it an 8 would put it on the same level as The Testament and Crimes and Punishments and I enjoyed them more. Impressive ending parts are not enough to make up the score for entire game.

Abd_el_hazred, Feb 23, 2018

This was my first Sherlock Holmes game and I enjoyed it enough that I will be getting both older ones now. It's not perfect but it was mostly pretty good and aweful at some points (Seriously what kind of clown had the brilliant idea with the imaginary Indiana Jones-esque temple where you had to dodge imaginary traps for a good part of an hour?). In fact any "action" elements felt out of place and were executed pretty terribly. The story was engaging and the riddles fair and mostly fun to solve. I would have wished some more consequences from your decicions though. All in all 6/10 slightly above average.

Smrajdl, Jun 19, 2016

i just hope that denuvo cost them more money than they will profit from pc version, because this game is garbage, thanks Gaben for steam refund system. This is not adventure game, at least not good one. It is worse than its predecessor with more QTE. I hate two things in games - "cinematic experience" and QTE, this game delivers both.