Reviews and Problems with Sherlock Holmes: Nemesis
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4 June 2013
Summary: 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.
Summary: 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.
Summary: I bought the third person version at Wal-Mart and spent about three days playing it. I loved it. I really liked the premise of hunting down this French thief in the many places the game took you.
Summary: 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.
Summary: I thought this was a fun game. The puzzles were challenging. Is the other title for this game the same thing or does it have different stuff. I got this game for 9.99 at walmart in case you are looking for a good buy!
Summary: SH Nemesis deserves four stars. I thought this was a fun game, with a well written story and mostly well though puzzles. This was really a labor of love by the developers, play it and you will likely agree.
Summary: Sherlock Holmes: Nemesis is a real challenge for clever gamers, but it is very hard, and I resorted to using a walkthrough (MaGtRo) because without it, I would not have gotten through the thing. If you miss one clue or item you're supposed to pick up, you're stymied.
Summary: This game offers a good story line with plenty of interaction with the game characters. The game puzzles are in some instances very hard (Be advised have a walkthrough handy). My particular game was in some areas difficult to control mouse movement and camera movement (Herky-jerky).
Summary: Sherlock Holmes Nemesis is a truly enjoyable adventure. I found Nemesis to be much more enjoyable than the previous Sherlock Holmes Awakened. The menus and inventory are more user friendly, the story is much more believable, the graphics are excellent, making the overall experience much better.