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Focus Home has released the first batch of screenshots from Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments. The follow-up to The Testament, currently in development at Frogwares, will feature eight cases, 14 gameplay mechanics, crime scene reconstructions, and moral choices. More details will be revealed during E3, but before then, get a glimpse at what’s in store for Holmes and Watson.
A new round of screens has been released for Frogwares’ upcoming physics-based action title, Magrunner Dark Pulse. The shots reveal more of what’s in store for Dax, a new recruit for the Magtech training program, a special regiment designed to prepare explorers for the rigors of space. After an earthquake causes horrific creatures to emerge from deep space, with designs inspired by the Cthulhu Mythos, Dax must use his magnetically charged glove to survive as they slowly overrun the training complex.
With times as tough as they are, even Holmes is willing to cut clients a break. Atlus has announced that their upcoming sleuthtastic adventure title, The Testament of Sherlock Holmes, will launch at a reduced price of $39.99. Of note is that the PC version, from Frogwares, will also be available for $39.99.
Atlus has announced that they have acquired the North American publishing rights to Zeno Clash II and The Testament of Sherlock Holmes. They also revealed additional details about their upcoming 3DS side-scrolling beat ’em up, with a slight RPG twist, Code of Princess.
Frogwares’ upcoming The Testament of Sherlock Holmes gets some time to shine today with a handful of new screenshots. Set to launch “late 2011” for the 360, PC, and PS3, The Testament will see Holmes trying to clear his name as a case of theft, fraud, and double crossings causes even Watson to doubt. Players will be able to inspect clues, reenact crimes, question characters, and use a new deduction system to clear the good detective’s name.
Some new shots today from Focus Home Interactive and Frogwares’ upcoming sleuther, The Testament of Sherlock Holmes. Set to launch later this year for the 360, PC, and PS3, The Testament not only marks the debut of a new engine but also of Holmes himself on the current consoles. The adventure will see Holmes trying to clear his name as a case of theft, fraud, and double crossings causes even Watson to doubt. Players will be able to inspect clues, reenact crimes, question characters, and use a new deduction system.