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Sherlock Holmes Chapter One Q&A Video 2 Released #1246358
04/27/21 08:24 PM
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It’s All Starting to Come Together - Sherlock Holmes Chapter One Q&A Video 2 Released. Studio also asks what fans want to see next as the game nears the end of its alpha phase.

Check out the Q & A video here.

Check out the fan outreach video here.

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April 26, 2021 | Kyiv, Ukraine + Dublin, Ireland – Having recently finished the alpha phase of development on Sherlock Holmes Chapter One, Frogwares collected and answered a few more fan questions they were getting online.

A 4-minute video answers questions about topics such as companion Jon’s origin story, the potential of a sequel, how observations can go wrong and the chance of a Switch or Stadia version to name but a few.

Frogwares also put out a video to fans asking what they would like to see more of next. As the team gets closer to release and having a build that allows them to start showing off more, they want to rather go in the direction of what fans are asking to see vs something set a planned marketing schedule.

Sherlock Holmes Chapter One is a third-person, open-world story-driven detective thriller and acts as a prequel in the world-renowned detective’s personal story. A creative re-imagining of what events could have led to Sherlock becoming the iconic sleuth many know today.

The game will release sometime in 2021 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.


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Re: Sherlock Holmes Chapter One Q&A Video 2 Released [Re: BrownEyedTigre] #1246362
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Re: Sherlock Holmes Chapter One Q&A Video 2 Released [Re: BrownEyedTigre] #1246411
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Gong to wait and watch the reviews for this one. Just played Crimes and Punishment and The Devils Daughter and was not all that impressed. Hopefully they have corrected some things. Thanks for the heads up, Ana.


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Re: Sherlock Holmes Chapter One Q&A Video 2 Released [Re: Winfrey] #1246415
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Thanks, BrownEyedTigre smile

As always, Frogwares graphics are very good in their "Sherlock" games, as can be seen in the video, and they usually carry excellent story lines too - but this trend for more and more action sequences really spoils things for me.

Like Winfrey, I'll be holding back until I can see what's what before deciding whether I will go for this new one or not whistle


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Re: Sherlock Holmes Chapter One Q&A Video 2 Released [Re: Mad] #1247131
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Originally Posted by Mad
Thanks, BrownEyedTigre smile

As always, Frogwares graphics are very good in their "Sherlock" games, as can be seen in the video, and they usually carry excellent story lines too - but this trend for more and more action sequences really spoils things for me.

Like Winfrey, I'll be holding back until I can see what's what before deciding whether I will go for this new one or not whistle



Agreed, Mad. 100%! I don't know WHY more and more "adventure" games are trending this way. It's disheartening to see the graphics improve so much, but then be unable to complete a game due to the action and stealth and all the other "challenges". The whole reason I gravitated toward adventure games in the first place, was for the enjoyment of exploration and discovering and deciphering. It's sad. At least for me.

Re: Sherlock Holmes Chapter One Q&A Video 2 Released [Re: rayette] #1247146
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Originally Posted by rayette
Agreed, Mad. 100%! I don't know WHY more and more "adventure" games are trending this way. It's disheartening to see the graphics improve so much, but then be unable to complete a game due to the action and stealth and all the other "challenges". The whole reason I gravitated toward adventure games in the first place, was for the enjoyment of exploration and discovering and deciphering. It's sad. At least for me.


In order to make more money (or to even break even), a lot of developers now are designing these games for consoles as well - and they assume that console gamers also appreciate action/stealth elements, etc. They are trying to appeal to a wider audience in the hope that it will sell enough copies that it is profitable and that they can then make more games. Therefore I understand why this is happening, but it rules out a lot of games that adventure gamers would otherwise be interested in playing.

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