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Sherlock Holmes VS Jack the Ripper

There is no doubt that Jack the Ripper remains as one of the human culture's most subversive icons -after all, he is a psychotic serial killer who managed to stalk the streets of London and was never caught. On the other hand, we have the fictional Sherlock Holmes, this legendary, literary creation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle has pretty much inspired much of what we consider to be detective work, criminal profiling...

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Deadly Premonition

Before we all got to explore L.A. Noire's sprawling era-specific streets, there was Deadly Premonition. This old school, first-HD generation game is considered by many as one of the most divisive games ever to have been made (it literally has a Guiness World Record for being the most Critically Polarizing Survival Horror Game). So yes, you either hate it or love it -and if you love a good mystery or detective story, then you are more likely to love this game over any other reaction.

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Blade Runner

Blade Runner is the perfect example of how a video game can do justice to a movie series. In this case, the game is based on the film adaptation of Philip K. Dick's "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?", Blade Runner. The game shares a similar title so that audiences know that it is tied into the game.

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