*Gameplay that doesn't put you in the 'where do I go'' situations as much.
The game cleverly helps you to the right directions, without making it
too straight forward easy.
*Puzzles is at a perfect level of challenge.
None of them taking more than 45 minutes to solve.
*Music is as soothing as usual, in a Sherlock game.
*Graphics are really sharp, with good lightning.
*Story pull some surprising twists.
Bad stuff experienced (as feedback):
*Recurring bugs when in puzzle view.
The interactivity decides to freeze half the time when entering a puzzle view.
Sometimes being fixed by spamming the ''reset'' icon and exiting the puzzle
view, but in some cases forcing you to instead reboot the game.
*The feature in the menu, of being able to select between playing Holmes or
Watson, comes out highly unnecessary, as it is almost never avaliable through the game.
*Dr. Watson is an expert at always standing right behind you, when playing
Holmes and feel like backing up, blocking your path doing so.
But maybe it was intended like that? :D