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Sherlock Holmes: The Secret Of The Silver Earring

Released on 02 December 2011

Rating: 7+ (PEGI)

2.0 out of 5 (1 customer review) | Write a review

New from £21.85

Sherlock Holmes opens his very first case on Nintendo Wii with this great adventure, created to make use of the console's unique features, which will see the player acting as both Sherlock Holmes and his faithful friend, Doctor Watson in order to clear up this astonishing story.

October 1897. Sherlock Holmes and his friend, Doctor Watson, attend a reception organized by the powerful businessman, Sir Melvyn Bromsby, to celebrate the return of his daughter Lavinia. As he is about to give his speech, a shot comes out of nowhere and Sir Bromsby falls to the ground, mortally wounded with a dark red spot on his chest. Without hesitation, Sherlock Holmes decides to investigate before the police even arrive, but when more deaths occur, Holmes must rely on his keen sense of deduction and the support of his faithful friend, Doctor Watson, to help him solve this dark case.

Five complete cases to solve: Uncover the truth by solving dozens of puzzles and brain teasers. With over 40 witnesses to interrogate, and nearly 200 clues and objects to find, The Silver Earring offers more than 25 hours of gameplay, where you will solve one of Sherlock Holmes' greatest cases.

Discover 19th century London: The Silver Earring faithfully recreates the world of Sherlock Holmes, throughout 5 chapters with more than 40 highly detailed places to visit

    Follow in Holmes' footsteps: At the end of each chapter, Sherlock Holmes will quiz you to check your progress and validate your deductions and your progress on the case. Your logic and sense of deduction will be key to following the clues and discovering the mysterious murderer's identity and motives for killing Sir Bromsby's entourage.

    customer Reviews

     Average rating (1 review)

     Plenty of time

    | | See all IanHar1's reviews (6)

    Just finished playing this game, I found it robotic action/ movement, like watching a foreign film that has been dubbed into English where the mouths kept moving well after they had finished talking, and long pauses after asking the questions and the replies, the makers would be better off re-making the game but only after looking what the format is from the opposition.and what they offer.

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    Rating7+ (PEGI)