- Estimated trophy difficulty: 1/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating)
- Offline trophies: 25 (6, 12, 6, 1)
- Online trophies: 0
- Approximate amount of time to platinum: 10-15 hours (Estimated time to Platinum Poll)
- Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
- Number of missable trophies: 1 (Lawn Bowls Champion ) + others (see the note below)
- Glitched trophies: None known
- Does difficulty affect trophies?: No
- Do trophies stack?: Yes, there are 4 stacks available: Original Global Release, Korea, JP and the Global Re-Release
- Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats available
Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter is the third installment of Sherlock Holmes games made by Frogwares. This one follows almost directly on from Crime and Punishments with the exact same interpretation 221b Baker Street present in the game. The big difference is that Sherlock's daughter appears in this one and the story in many ways centres around her. You'll solve various cases, as Sherlock Holmes always does but in between you'll unravel the bigger mystery between Sherlock's daughter Kate and the strange woman who has taken up residence next door to 221b.
During the game there is a rather odd option to skip huge portions of the actual interaction. You don't want to do this as doing so will cause you to miss many trophies that are related to completing these mini games. As long as you avoid pressing at all times you should be in the clear and not have any trouble with missing these trophies. If you do, however, you will be able to replay the cases from the main menu once you have completed them.
Step 2: Clear up any missed trophies
If you missed Lawn Bowls Champion at the beginning of the case 'A Study in Green,' now would be the time to go back and try again. The case will be available from the Main Menu. If you missed any of the other trophies you will also be able to play through the selected cases and try again, but you will miss them if the mini games are skipped.
NOTE: I've only listed Lawn Bowls Champion as missable as it is the only one that it is not required for the game to progress with the story. However, most of the other trophies can be missed if you press during their sequence, to skip them. To be safe I would recommend to never press to skip parts as this may cause you to miss trophies and will require you to play through entire cases again.
If you need a little help solving the puzzles or figuring out what to do next, there's a great walkthrough the can be found here. Credit to Grzegorz Alban3k Misztal.