ARTICLES 28 Sep 2019­ by Jay Shaw

Frogwares and Focus Home Interactive License Dispute

Yesterday, Frogwares released a public statement on Twitter detailing an ongoing license dispute with the publisher of many of their games, Focus Home Interactive. The crux of this issue is a new clause in Focus' policies that reads (translated from French): “Focus has put in place a policy in accordance with which they will not…

The Sinking City – Rotten Reality Trailer

Give the new trailer for The Sinking City a look to see how the protagonists slowly sapped sanity warps the world with horrible visions. The game will be shown at E3 and releases on 27 June 2019.

The Sinking City – A Delicate Matter Trailer

Here's a huge 12 minute gameplay trailer for The Sinking City following protagonist Charles Reed on a theft case that isn't all it seems. Also of note, pre-orders are open now, if that's your cup of tea. Check out the press release below for more info.

The Sinking City – Release Date Changed

Originally scheduled for 21 March 2019, The Sinking City has been delayed with a very simple statement, “Too many games came out now so we prefer to get out the way. It's now June 27th, 2019.” Well that was easy. If you want some more information you can watch the brief developer video above.

The Sinking City – Detective Gameplay Trailer

The Sinking City promises “zero handholding” in the game, leaving the player to work out quests and investigate on their own. Players will also get to use the excellent mind palace mechanic (from the developer's Sherlock Holmes series of games) for piecing together clues with no right or wrong answers.

The Sinking City – Death May Die Trailer

Frogwares Lovecraft inspired survival horror game, The Sinking City has a new cinematic trailer, embedded above, that features lots of spooky goings on and seems to have a thing for tentacles. Expect the game out 21 March 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

The Sinking City – Close Shave Trailer

Lovecraftian adventure game The Sinking City looks like it’s going to put protagonist Charles W. Reed through hell if the new trailer, embedded above, is anything to go by. The Sinking City is launching on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on 21 March 2019.
GAME PROFILE 31 Jul 2018 by Jay

The Sinking City

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REVIEWS 05 Jul 2016­ by L Coulsen

Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter

Widely accepted as the greatest detective, literary or otherwise, that ever lived. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Holmes has won the hearts of every generation since his first appearance in Beeton’s Christmas Annual in 1887. Reinvented and reimagined a multitude of times, the continuing video game series has become one of the most loved incarnations, with…
ANNOUNCEMENT 10 Jun 2016­ by L Coulsen

Sherlock Holmes: E3’s Daughter

Behold a pale E3, and a pale Sherlock upon him. With the former now in full swing, the latter has sidled forward out of the shadows to make his presence known. Bringing with him a daughter that seems to have formed directly out of thin air, the world’s greatest detective displays his typical, impeccable timing.…
ANNOUNCEMENT 06 Jun 2016­ by L Coulsen

The Elementary Daughter

Either I have been sorely misinformed or I've missed a really doozie of a plot twist. And Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter isn't even out yet! The young Katelyn, the game's titular daughter, is in fact not the child of Holmes new neighbour. She's the progeny of Holmes himself. This leaves one wondering where she's…
ANNOUNCEMENT 12 May 2016­ by L Coulsen

Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Opening

In a video just shy of twelve minutes, Frogwares are treating us to a guided tour through the opening scenes of their latest chapter in the Sherlock Holmes series - The Devil's Daughter. But fear not, the majority of the plot relevant stuff has been cut out, so we can experience it unspoiled on the…
ANNOUNCEMENT 14 Apr 2016­ by Simon Sirmenis

Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter Get’s a Gameplay T…

After an intriguing reveal that prompted some speculation on our part, Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter gets a proper gameplay trailer. The new game visually looks even even better than Crimes and Punishments but seems to be taking a more action oriented approach. The trailer is full of heart-pumping moments with the trailer, with its…
NEWS 05 Mar 2016­ by L Coulsen

Sherlock Holmes: The Devil is Elementary Details

Following the well earned success of their previous Sherlock Holmes outing, Crimes and Punishments, which took the series into a fully three dimensional world. Frogwares, now teamed up with the internationally renowned Bigben Interactive (not a British company, interestingly enough) to bring a brand new chapter which seems to be pitting our intrepid investigator against Lucifer himself.…