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#848433 - 11/10/12 12:49 PM Sherlock on PS3
hamer Offline
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Has anyone tried this....My laptop doesnt have enough oomph to run this game ..just curious on gameplay on PS3
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#848438 - 11/10/12 12:51 PM Re: Sherlock on PS3 [Re: hamer]
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I haven't tried, but hopefully someone has that can answer your question.

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#848457 - 11/10/12 02:01 PM Re: Sherlock on PS3 [Re: hamer]
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Whilst writing the review for the Testament of Sherlock Holmes (I assume this is the one you're asking about), I played the game on PS3 as well as PC. It works just fine.

The only really significant difference is that the PC version allows a third-person perspective as well as the first and second person perspectives available in the PS3 version.

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#848495 - 11/10/12 04:54 PM Re: Sherlock on PS3 [Re: gremlin]
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Originally Posted By: gremlin
The only really significant difference is that the PC version allows a third-person perspective as well as the first and second person perspectives available in the PS3 version.

What is "second person" perspective in this game?

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#848633 - 11/11/12 10:11 AM Re: Sherlock on PS3 [Re: Jenny100]
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Originally Posted By: Jenny100
Originally Posted By: gremlin
The only really significant difference is that the PC version allows a third-person perspective as well as the first and second person perspectives available in the PS3 version.

What is "second person" perspective in this game?


As I understand it, the second person perspective is an over the shoulder perspective, meaning that you can only see Sherlock etc. from behind e.g. his back.
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#848635 - 11/11/12 10:18 AM Re: Sherlock on PS3 [Re: hamer]
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'First person' is clear, 'third person' is clear, therefore 'second person' must be somewhere in between. smile

I use it as Karsten suggests - the camera-following the player's avatar in the game from an over-the-shoulder perspective, such as in the Tomb Raider and Prince of Persia games.

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