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It All Comes to a Head is a case featured in Criminal Case as the seventeenth and the final case of City of Romance (Season 8) and the three-hundred sixty-ninth and the final case overall. It is the only one to take place in the Engagement district of Paris.


After learning of Samy Malouf's connections to President Gérard Roquefort's deepfake video, Léa informed Carrie and the player of Samy's death. Carrie and the player then headed to the Lourve, where they found Samy's decapitated body in a sculpture room.

Shortly after, they suspected Émile after discovering that he had a heated argument with Samy before the murder. Mid-investigation, Léa informed them that she had spotted Eleonora Macaron by Carrie and Enzo's wedding venue at the Eiffel Tower, prompting them to search the venue for more clues. Afterwards, they spoke to the President after discovering that he was near the murder scene. Later on, the detectives had to calm down a rioting Parisian mob who were demanding justice for Samy, unaware of his involvement in the deepfake video. However, in the end, the detectives found Eleonora guilty of Samy's murder.

Upon admitting to the murder, Eleonora confessed that she had lied to the team from the start as her ex-fiancé, Cody, had just been a plaything with insider ties to the police that she could delve into. She then admitted that she had schemed a master plan to take over France, with her father, Antoine, at the lead. She then said that she persuaded her father to cut a deal with Samy to invest in Luvver in exchange for a deepfake to bring down the President. However, with Antoine's murder, Samy decided that he would become President himself. Refusing to let Samy take advantage of her plans, she followed Samy into the Louvre and beheaded him with a ceremonial sword in a political execution. Judge Lebrun then sentenced Eleonora to life in prison for the murder and her conspiracy against the President.

After the arrest, Enzo, with the player and Jean-Philippe's help, was able to finish his wedding vows after Enzo went to the Louvre for inspiration. Meanwhile, Jones enlisted Chief Delacroix and the player's help to piece together the whereabouts of Jones's new girlfriend, Alessia Dupont, whom he had met in Switzerland on his travels around Europe. Afterwards, Cody and the player prepared to head to the wedding.

At the wedding, Carrie and Enzo spoke their vows and shared their first kiss as a married couple, before Carrie threw the bouquet, which the player caught. Afterwards, the player reminisced and celebrated with the happily wedded couple and several of the player's old friends and their plus ones from various adventures around the world. After they toasted the wedded couple, the player was thanked for all the memories they had created.



  • Samy Malouf (found beheaded in the Louvre Museum)

Murder Weapon

  • Coronation Sword


  • Eleonora Macaron


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Killer's Profile

  • The killer knows swordsmanship.
  • The killer drinks pastis.
  • The killer uses a selfie stick.
  • The killer has brown hair.
  • The killer wears lipstick.

Crime Scenes

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Chapter 1

  • Investigate Sculpture Room. (Clues: Torn Photo, Sword Sheath, Victim's Body; Victim identified: Samy Malouf)
  • Examine Torn Photo. (Result: Photo; New Suspect: Jawad Malouf)
  • Talk to Jawad Malouf about his brother's murder. (Prerequisite: Photo restored; New Crime Scene Unlocked: Café Terrace)
  • Investigate Café Terrace. (Prerequisite: Jawad interrogated; Clues: Security Camera, Handbag)
  • Examine Security Camera. (New Suspect: Émile Bardot)
  • Question Émile about the security camera footage. (Prerequisite: Security Camera unlocked)
  • Examine Handbag. (Result: Notebook; New Suspect: Tilde)
  • Ask Tilde if she witnessed the murder. (Prerequisite: Notebook found)
  • Examine Sword Sheath. (Result: Orange Liquid)
  • Analyze Orange Liquid. (03:00:00; Attribute: The killer drinks pastis)
  • Autopsy Victim's Body. (18:00:00; Attribute: The killer knows swordsmanship)
  • Go to Chapter 2. (1 star)

Chapter 2

  • Investigate Wedding Venue. (Available after unlocking Chapter 2; Clues: Smartphone, Faded Letter, Trash Can)
  • Examine Smartphone. (Result: Anonymous Phone)
  • Analyze Anonymous Phone. (12:00:00; Attribute: The killer uses a selfie stick; New Crime Scene Unlocked: Terrace Tables)
  • Investigate Terrace Tables. (Prerequisite: Anonymous Phone analyzed; Clues: Champagne Bottle, Broken Doll)
  • Examine Champagne Bottle. (Result: Presidential Champagne; New Suspect: Gérard Roquefort)
  • Talk to President Roquefort about the murder. (Prerequisite: Presidential Champagne identified)
  • Examine Broken Doll. (Result: Headless Doll)
  • Confront Tilde about the headless doll she made of the victim. (Prerequisite: Headless Doll restored; Profile updated: Tilde knows swordsmanship, uses a selfie stick and drinks pastis)
  • Examine Faded Letter. (Result: Letter to Samy; New Suspect: Eleonora Macaron)
  • Talk to Eleonora about her letter to the victim. (Prerequisite: Letter to Samy unraveled; Profile updated: Eleonora drinks pastis)
  • Examine Trash Can. (Result: Flyer)
  • Analyze Flyer. (06:00:00)
  • Interrogate Jawad Malouf about the threat he wrote on the flyer. (Prerequisite: Flyer analyzed; Profile updated: Jawad drinks pastis)
  • Go to Chapter 3. (1 star)

Chapter 3

  • Investigate Wedding Display Stand. (Available after unlocking Chapter 3; Clues: Briefcase, Handkerchief, Broken Drone)
  • Examine Briefcase. (Result: Briefcase Full of Cash)
  • Confront President Roquefort about his bribe to the victim. (Prerequisite: Briefcase Full of Cash unlocked; Profile updated: Gérard drinks pastis and knows swordsmanship)
  • Examine Handkerchief. (Result: Colorful Bits)
  • Examine Colorful Bits. (Result: Donut)
  • Ask Eleonora the meaning of the message on her handkerchief. (Prerequisite: Donut identified under microscope; Profile updated: Eleonora uses a selfie stick and knows swordsmanship)
  • Examine Broken Drone. (Result: Drone)
  • Analyze Drone. (09:00:00)
  • Interrogate Émile about the drone he made to confront the victim. (Prerequisite: Drone analyzed; Profile updated: Émile uses a selfie stick, drinks pastis and knows swordsmanship)
  • Investigate Antique Sculptures. (All tasks above must be completed; Clues: Louvre Audio Guide, Umbrella Stand)
  • Examine Louvre Audio Guide. (Result: Blood)
  • Analyze Blood. (09:00:00; Attribute: The killer has brown hair)
  • Examine Umbrella Stand. (Result: Bloody Sword)
  • Analyze Bloody Sword. (15:00:00; Murder Weapon registered: Coronation Sword; Attribute: The killer wears lipstick)
  • Take care of the killer now!
  • Go to We'll Always Have Paris (4/4). (No stars)

We'll Always Have Paris (4/4)


  • See what Jones needs. (Available after unlocking We'll Always Have Paris)
  • Investigate Café Terrace. (Prerequisite: Jones interrogated; Clue: Photo Puzzle)
  • Examine Photo Puzzle. (Result: Back of Puzzle)
  • Analyze Back of Puzzle. (09:00:00)
  • Search for Alessia with Jones. (Prerequisite: Back of Puzzle analyzed; Reward: Burger)
  • Investigate Antique Sculptures. (Prerequisite: Jones interrogated; Clue: Puzzle Box)
  • Examine Puzzle Box. (Result: Open Puzzle Box)
  • Help Enzo prepare for the wedding. (Available after unlocking We'll Always Have Paris; Reward: 20,000 Coins)
  • Investigate Sculpture Room. (Prerequisite: Enzo interrogated; Clue: Display Stand)
  • Examine Display Stand. (Result: Poetry Book)
  • Analyze Poetry Book. (06:00:00)
  • Preview Enzo's draft of his wedding vows. (Prerequisite: Poetry Book analyzed)
  • Accompany Cody to Carrie and Enzo's wedding. (All tasks above must be completed; Reward: Wedding Bouquet)
  • Move on to a new crime! (No stars)


  • The case name is a reference to a phrase, meaning that a situation has reached a point where something must be done about it.
  • This is one of the cases of the game in which a main character is flagged as a suspect for plausible reasons.
  • This case and Early Checkout are the only cases in City of Romance where all suspects have appeared previously.
  • This case and There Will Be Blood are thus far the only two season finales where a proper trial for the killer ensues.
  • In Chapter 1, the French Revolution is mentioned.
  • In the "Café Terrace" crime scene, Mona Lisa, a painting by Leonardo da Vinci, can be seen.
    • Additionally, in the "Antique Sculptures" crime scene, the painting also can be seen stamped on a bag and on mugs found in the display stand from the same crime scene.
    • Also when examining the display stand, several flyers can be noticed showing Liberty Leading the People, a painting by Eugène Delacroix.


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