London Detective Mysteria – Herlock Holmes Walkthrough

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HERLOCK HOLMES

 

DESTINED END:

CHAPTER 1: Whiteley in Wonderland

-I’m alright
-The second witness
-A
-One
(Answering above correctly will earn you: Detective Up!)

-Deliver it to the police
-I’d suggest he turn himself in
-Holmes!

 

CHAPTER 2: A Most Precarious Afternoon Tea

-It’s important for a detective
-Right as rain
-Holmes
-Read a book

 

CHAPTER 3: The Very Peculiar Boy

-I’m sorry for this morning

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-I’m dripping with curiosity
-It’s important to make friends
-Go to sleep

 

CHAPTER 4: Jean Lupin, Gentleman Burglar

-Facts are facts. He is a criminal
-Investigate (Choose all options)

  • The safe
  • The window

-…open my eyes
-Read a book

 

CHAPTER 5: The Falsehood of Herlock Holmes

-Investigate (Choose all options)

  • The kitchen
  • The study
  • The stable

 

CHAPTER 6: When East Comes to West

-He’s not someone I’ll get on well with
-Read a book
-Kobayashi

 

CHAPTER 7: The Littlest Landlady

-The results wouldn’t be very accurate that way!
-Forgive me. Its was never my intention to frighten you, young lady
-The stolen plate is false
-Someone close to Hudson
-Visit (Choose all options)

  • Mr. Curtis
  • Mrs. Blois
  • Mrs. Atlee

-Someone else
-Mr. Howard
-Go to sleep

 

CHAPTER 8: The Missing Man

-I really shouldn’t
-I’d best let them go
-Classified documents on major crimes
-Holme’s
-O

 

CHAPTER 9: A Gathering in Shambles
(You can skip this part if you’ve already gone through it on your first playthrough)

-Holmes
-…watch what he’s doing
-Watson
-…climb up a tree
-Marple
-…call out to her
-Lupin
-…play a practical joke on him?
-Hudson
-…joined in on the fun?
-Akechi
-…watch him sleep
-Kobayashi
-…simply tell him why I’m here?
-…call out to him
-…the back alley

 

CHAPTER 10: Fog Over Basker Street

HOLME’S ROUTE:

(No Choices)

 

CHAPTER 11: The Distress of Sherlock Holmes

-…I want to help Holmes

 

CHAPTER 12: Checkmate Before Dawn

-This isn’t like you

 

CHAPTER 13: Colonel Moran’s Revenge

(No Choices)

 

CHAPTER 14: She is the Forest, I Am the Rot

(Good Ending)

 

 

 

ILL-FATED END:

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CHAPTER 3: The Very Peculiar Boy

-It’s better to wait and see what happens
-It’s important to make friends
-Read a book

 

CHAPTER 4: Jean Lupin, Gentleman Burglar

-He’s only committing crimes to fight crime
-Investigate (Choose all options)

  • The safe
  • The window

-…open my eyes
-Go to sleep

 

CHAPTER 5: The Falsehood of Herlock Holmes

-Investigate (Choose all options)

  • The kitchen
  • The study
  • The stable

 

CHAPTER 6: When East Comes to West

-He’s not someone I’ll get on well with
-Read a book
-Kobayashi

 

CHAPTER 7: The Littlest Landlady

-The results wouldn’t be very accurate that way!
-Umm… are you alright?
-The stolen plate is false
-Someone close to Hudson
-Visit (Choose all options)

  • Mr. Curtis
  • Mrs. Blois
  • Mrs. Atlee

-Someone else
-Mr. Howard
-Read a book

 

CHAPTER 8: The Missing Man

-I really shouldn’t
-I’d best let them go
-Classified documents on major crimes
-**Let the timer run out**
My

 

CHAPTER 9: A Gathering in Shambles

-SKIP IT!
-…call out to him
-…the slope

 

CHAPTER 10: Fog Over Baker Street

(No Choices)

 

CHAPTER 11: The Distress of Sherlock Holmes

-…I must priorities the family name

 

CHAPTER 12: Checkmate Before Dawn

-Always!

 

CHAPTER 13: To Gaze Upon His Back

(Bad Ending)

 

4 thoughts on “London Detective Mysteria – Herlock Holmes Walkthrough

    1. Hmm, I think you need to finish his good ending? (As in, unlocking the PSVita trophy “One Woman To Him”) The ill-fated end isn’t needed as I was able to read his epilogue before I played his bad ending so that may be the only req. Goodluck ^_^

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      1. That is…weird, Though I think I saw one user on twitter that was having the same issue not being able to read Watson’s epilogue. Sorry you had to come across this snag, That sucks, hopefully XSEED is able to fix it and fast! (They should though asap) ( ° ∀ ° )ノ゙GL

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