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Sherlock Holmes Volume II (Sega CD, 1994)
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- Product InformationIn trying to solve three terrific mysteries, you'll match wits with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, a classic character of Sherlock Holmes. Try to solve The Two Lions, where you need to figure out if there is a connection between the deaths of both Lions and Lyons. You can try The Pilfered Paintings, where you'll track down the paintings of a not-so-famous artist. In The Murdered Munitions Magnate, you try to find the motive for this crime.
- GameSherlock Holmes Volume II
- PlatformSega CD
- ESRB RatingE - Everyone
- GenreAction, Adventure,Adventure
- Control ElementsGamepad
- Number of Players1
- Release Year1994
- Game Special FeaturesOne player; three mysteries
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- youletsmakeadea...Jul 12, 2008by
Sherlock Holmes Volume II: Consulting Detective
Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective was packaged with the system's initial release. It puts you in the shoes of Sherlock Holmes, the famous fictional character created by Arthur Conan Doyle. A majority of the game features actors acting out scenes that the player watches in order to attempt to solve mysteries. The game includes three cases for you to solve: The Mummy's Curse, The Mystified Murderess, and The Tin Soldier.
Using detective skills along with the help of Watson and the Bakerstreet Irregulars you are set to uncover the truth. Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective uses a point-and-click system to move through the game. Simply click on various names or places and a video screen will appear that will show a short clip of Holmes and Watson speaking with a character. Clues can also be found in a gaming clues booklet that comes with the game.
By Jonathan Sutyak, All Game Guide.
"What they said about Sherlock I, you'll say about Sherlock II"...reads the advert in the box, based on the nice critics about Volume I.
- The same video technology (this is 1992), keeps offering true interactive environment: actually letting you "feel" the traffic in the streets of the old London…
- The same structure brings a familiar look, inviting to channel all attention to the task of solving mysteries: your intelligence, skills and patience are required to find clues by listening to people, observing details, or even reading the London Times - but don't let yourself be misguided by a wrong hint.
- The same number of cases: 3
But, each situation is completely different: “ The Two Lions” involving the murder of circus lions, “The Pilfered Paintings” just bought by The National Gallery...and “The Murdered Munitions Magnate”, where hints reveal different possible motives...have nothing in common, except the detective in charge: you…Read full review