Match your wits with Arsene Lupin, the world's greatest thief, in this 3D adventure.
Play the role of Sherlock Holmes and embark on an investigation full of suspense in this thrilling adventure in the heart of 19th century London.
Arsene Lupin, a young French thief with an impressive track record, has crossed the Channel with a daring proposition for you on your own territory. Lupin challenges you to prevent the theft of five priceless artefacts over five days, stored in prestigious locations such as the National Gallery, the British Museum and even Buckingham Palace!
This is the start of an extraordinary game of cat and mouse, packed with exciting puzzles in London where the renowned landmarks are magnificently reproduced. Prepare to rise to Lupin's challenge and confront the master thief!
- A battle of wits between two of the 19th century's greatest characters: the experienced Sherlock Holmes against the very ingenious Arsène Lupin. Will you be up to the challenge?
- A new help system indicates to the player all the noteworthy interactive zones.
- Beautiful London and its faithfully recreated famous monuments (Buckingham Palace, the British Museum, the National Gallery, London Tower...) as investigation sites.
- Interrogate more than 40 characters, find, use and combine hundreds of items, documents and clues to lead your case to its closing.
- OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
- Processor: Pentium3/Athlon 1.3 GHz
- RAM: 512 Mb RAM
- Video: 64 Mb compatible DirectX 9
- Sound: compatible DirectX 9
- Hdd: 3 Gb
Just Adventure 91 out of 100: Most importantly, though, is that the game is fun. It keeps you thinking, throws you a good number of curves, and for the most part is challenging but fair.
CPUGamer: Sherlock Holmes: Nemesis is a solid game in the adventure genre. The characters and setting are very believable, the story of the hunt for Lupin is compelling, and the puzzles are challenging.
Cheat Code Central: As far as adventure games go, Nemesis is incredibly meticulous in its presentation of an excellent story and gameplay based on the quintessential literary sleuth.