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Platinum 32 - The Testament of Sherlock Holmes
I loved it! Sort of better than Crimes and Punishments, which after playing The Testament, I've discovered is a prequel to The Testament. It goes, I think, Crimes and Punishments, The Testament of Sherlock Holmes, and the The Devil's Daughter.
Like I said, you could tell it was an older engine, with the different UI and gameplay, but never the less I liked it.
I was right. Moriarty was involved. It was quite obvious if you know the stories of "The Empty Hearse" and "Reichenbach Falls". Complete with fake Sherlock suicide, depressed John, the triumphant return, reveal of Moriarty, blah blah blah.
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Now that I've finished all three Sherlock games in the PlayStation, I don't know what to do with my life. X3 I have some other games in my queue that I'm interested in, though.
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I think Murdered is kind of a hidden gem, but not everyone is gonna feel the same way, I suppose.. It's probably only about half the length of the Sherlock games, though (according to guide estimates). But it does go on sale a lot, and for almost nothing. I paid $2 for the PS4 version not that long ago, and plan to replay it eventually.
You're thinking of the right game. It's not really a JRPG, though. More of a visual novel with other gameplay elements. Like, you walk around and talk to people/gather clues, and then there's a trial to determine who the killer is. And that contains some different kinds of minigames. Very hard game to describe.
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