Este nuevo juego de Sherlock Holmes nos transporta al Londres del siglo XIX en donde Arséne Lupin, un joven ladrón francés con un historial impresionante, acaba de desafiar a Scotland Yard y el detective más famoso de todos los tiempos.
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Comprar The Sherlock Holmes Collection

Incluye 6 artículos: Sherlock Holmes - Nemesis, Sherlock Holmes versus Jack the Ripper, Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened - Remastered Edition, Sherlock Holmes: The Mystery of the Mummy, Sherlock Holmes: The Mystery of the Persian Carpet, Sherlock Holmes: The Silver Earring

 

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Este nuevo juego de Sherlock Holmes nos transporta al Londres del siglo XIX en donde Arséne Lupin, un joven ladrón francés con un historial impresionante, acaba de desafiar a Scotland Yard y el detective más famoso de todos los tiempos.

La nueva entrega ofrece a los jugadores una increíble libertad y una sensación aun mayor de inmersión mediante gráficos 3D en tiempo real. El juego te invita a visitar el Londres del siglo XIX en todo su esplendor y a viajar por soberbios decorados fielmente reproducidos.

Características

  • La majestuosa ciudad de Londres con todos sus monumentos más famosos (el Palacio de Buckingham, el Museo Británico, la National Gallery, la Torre de Londres...) aparece fielmente recreada como trasfondo para la investigación.
  • Conoce a la Reina de Inglaterra en una entrevista muy confidencial.
  • Habla con más de 40 personajes para avanzar en tus pesquisas.
  • Túrnate como el famoso detective, Sherlock Holmes, y su leal amigo, el Doctor Watson.
  • Usa y combina más de 100 objetos y descubre cientos de pistas y documentos que te ayudarán a resolver la investigación.

Requisitos del sistema

    Requisitos mínimos:

    • Sistema operativo: WINDOWS XP SP2/VISTA
    • Procesador: PENTIUM3/ATHLON 1,3 GHz
    • Memoria: 512 MB de RAM
    • Tarjeta gráfica: 64 MB COMPATIBLE CON DIRECTX 9
    • Versión de DirectX: DirectX 9.0 o superior
    • Tarjeta de sonido: COMPATIBLE CON DIRECTX 9
    • Disco duro: 3 GB DE ESPACIO LIBRE EN DISCO

    Configuración recomendada:

    • Sistema operativo: WINDOWS XP SP2/VISTA
    • Procesador: PENTIUM4 2 GHZ/ATHLONXP 2000+
    • Memoria: 1 GB DE RAM
    • Tarjeta gráfica: 256 MB COMPATIBLE CON DIRECTX 9
    • Versión de DirectX: DirectX 9.0 o superior
    • Tarjeta de sonido: COMPATIBLE CON DIRECTX 9
    • Disco duro: 3 GB DE ESPACIO LIBRE EN DISCO
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Although this entry is a step above the previous low points in the series, I can't recommend it to even the greatest Sherlock Holmes fans.

The writing, while not bad, cannot be considered good - it's simply boring. Watson is made to be an imbecile (as per usual in the Frogwares games), and Holmes goes on postulating and grandiloquising about five times more than he should do in his numerous speeches.
Virtually every character that you meet is either eccentric or idiotic, the locations are *too* large when you are forced to find tiny clues and objects to further your progress, and the quiz that you occasionally have to answer fluctuates wildly between incredibly specific and unspecific answers.
As with the other games, you can't collect items unless there is a reason to do so, which can be especially infuriating in situations both where the environment is huge, and when Holmes randomly decides to just start picking things up, breaking the gameplay style that you have been forced to play by for the past hours.

On the plus side, while excessively large, the locations do look nice, and the first time that you hear the short endlessly looping soundtrack, it isn't unpleasant on the ears.

Ultimately, Nemesis isn't a bad game, just one of the dullest point-and-clicks that I have ever played.
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El más famoso detective se enfrenta al más famoso ladrón. No está mal como aventura. Sobresalen los edificios históricos que se pueden recorrer.
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Having played Nemesis, versus Jack the Ripper, and Testament of...Holmes, I have a soft spot for these games. I've liked the style since I first played Ripper and continue to enjoy every game that I get into from this series.

Nemesis finds Holmes pitted against Arsene Lupin, (a character of Maruice Leblanc's writings), the gentlemen thief. While one could argue this way and that to the justice to the true character of Lupin, I think that misses the point.

I found that the puzzles in this game are more enigmatic than those of the other games I have mentioned solely because Lupin is such a character. I feel that the puzzles and tasks that lay before you as a player are cerebral and push you to observe everything. In a sense, it is pushing you to be Holmes. Though I may have groaned at another failed attempt at a puzzle, the sense of reward after finding the answer on my own was exceedingly gratifying.

What Holmes game would you want to play that readily gives you all the answers? I don't want one of those. I'd rather sit and ponder art puzzles or move around a giant library to find the clues I need to complete each mission/task.

If you're looking for a game that is easy and entertaining to pass the time, this may not be the game for you.
However, if you are looking for a game that's going to push you and test you, have great history, and by chance have you learn something in the process, then you should give it a go.
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I've just completed the game and had fun with it, as there were some very good puzzles and I did like the story as well. The graohics are pretty much the usual for this series but they set the scene well. The audio is good as well, nothing out of the ordinary though. My two complaints about the game are too many MATH puzzles and there seemed to be too much retracing steps at every scene almost. More than the usual. The map jump feature helps, but I actually thought I was going to lose my mind at the museum. Other than that I recommend the game as the story is good. Now I may move onto The Last Testament of Sherlock Holmes.
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I am playing and reviewing Frogware's Sherlock Holmes series in chronological order of the games. This is the fourth game in the series. I want to get this out of the way and say, that this felt like a fan fiction version of Sherlock Holmes. This is a cat-and-mouse game of Sherlock Holmes versus Arséne Lupin, a gentleman thief written by a Frenchman Maurice Leblanc which was written while the Sherlock Holmes books were being written. Historically, these two characters are not strangers to each other with Leblanc writing books about their opposition. But was forced to change those names for copyright issues. I have not read any of Leblanc's works so I do not know if Arséne Lupin is being presented correctly, but I am confident that Frogware have done their research.

I had alot of frustration with this game. While playing I spent alot of time stuck in the British Museum part of the game. Walking back and furth between puzzles that Lupin set up felt like a time sink, and in the story it was, but also confusing when trying to figure out which part of the massive museum has what in which section. This game just felt very tongue-in-cheek about the entire thing. At some parts it was hysterical but removed me from the immersion.

Even though I felt like I was being dragged through the mud by Lupin, knowing that regaurdless of what I did I would never hamper Lupin until the very end of the game. I did have fun with this game expecially near the end. If there were slight branching paths with solving the puzzles or figuring out conclusions, this versus would work very well.

There are parts in the game that made me smile. There were some clues left by Lupin which I, the player, had to take note which the game purposly avoids. They foreshadowed a later crime committed by Lupin, even further than the game wanted to offically mention. But I could not use this knowledge to make a trap for Lupin because of this limitation. There were also nods to the previous game, Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened, which I was happy to understand. And some of the other characters are fun to interact with expecially a lady in pink, I forget her name. I never experianced the Creepy Watson which this game is famous for, so who knows if you will experiance it too.

In summary: This game is good but not great. It is fun to deal with clues designed by a guy who want to get caught. But the middle part of the game is slow and bogged down by frustrating puzzles and being forced down a linear path until the VERY END. Get this game on a sale if you are unsure, it helps elevate any negative feelings. This game is still better than Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of the Mummy. Even though I bash this game pretty hard, I still recommend it for those who want to complete the Frogware's game series.
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