Most Misleading Video Game Covers Ever

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 Most Misleading Video Game Covers Ever


No, your eyes do not deceive you. That is, indeed, a gender-swapped Sherlock Holmes inspecting a chemistry laboratory with her monkey pilot companion. From the cover alone, which features the same art as the screenshot above, Detective Riddles: Sherlock’s Heritage promises to be perhaps the greatest artistic creation mankind has ever produced, and certainly the best game ever.



Spoiler alert: It’s not. Detective Riddles is actually a “griddler” game, something which appears to be a terminally boring kind of brain teaser, presumably invented when someone crossbred sudoku with Tetris after taking the fun out of both. Detective Riddles promises “120 unique levels,” a “simple tutorial,” and the chance to “earn the respect of Sherlock himself.” So not only is Sherlock not gender-swapped, but the monkey butler appears to be nothing but the perpetrator of an elaborate cover art scam. 0/10.