Become the most celebrated detective of all time: Sherlock Holmes! Use your impressive talents as a detective to solve six thrilling and varied cases: murders, missing persons, spectacular thefts and numerous investigations that sometimes lead you into the realms of the fantastic.
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Kup Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments

 

Recenzje

“I have to believe Holmes would approve.”
8/10 – Polygon

“Thrilling detective-game ... even Moriaty would play it!”
85/100 – GameStar

“Hands down the best detective game I've ever played and one of the most enjoyable experiences of the 2014 gaming year so far.”
9,5/10 – Hooked Gamers

They reviewed Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments

O tej grze

Wciel się w Sherlocka Holmesa, najsłynniejszego detektywa wszech czasów! Rozwiąż sześć tajemniczych zagadek, w których zetkniesz się z zabójstwami, porwaniami, zuchwałymi kradzieżami i ze zjawiskami z pogranicza fantastyki.

Czy pokieruje Tobą poczucie sprawiedliwości czy raczej ścisłe przestrzeganie litery prawa?

Gra Crimes & Punishments (Zbrodnie i kary) pozwoli Ci na poprowadzenie śledztw na wiele różnych sposobów. Korzystaj z 14 technik detektywistycznych, podążaj za najbardziej obiecującymi tropami, przesłuchuj podejrzanych i decyduj o dalszych losach zdemaskowanych sprawców przestępstw! Dzięki twojej reputacji, twoje decyzje będą miały daleko idący i często zaskakujący wpływ na rozwój fabuły.

Wymagania systemowe

    Minimalne:
    • System operacyjny: WINDOWS VISTA SP2/WINDOWS 7/WINDOWS 8
    • Procesor: AMD/INTEL DUAL-CORE 2.4 GHZ
    • Pamięć: 2048 MB RAM
    • Karta graficzna: KOMPATYBILNA Z DIRECTX 9 ORAZ Z 256 MB PAMIECI AMD RADEON HD 3850/NVIDIA GEFORCE 8600 GTS LUB SZYBSZA
    • DirectX: Wersja 9.0c
    • Miejsce na dysku: 14 GB dostępnej przestrzeni
    • Karta dźwiękowa: KOMPATYBILNA Z DIRECTX 9
    • Dodatkowe uwagi: POLACZENIE Z INTERNETEM WYMAGANE DLA AKTYWACJI GRY
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Misha
( 0.2 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 2 maja
Нормально,для любителя.
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J Woog
( 2.6 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 2 maja
Don't buy it, just don't.
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zsaiboT
( 15.7 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 1 maja
Jeden z najlepszych point and click'ów w jakie przyszło mi grać. Wciągająca fabuła, nieliniowe podejście do sprawy, intuicyjne podążanie za rozwiązaniem. Można było się wczuć w prawdziwego detektywa. Niemal 16 godzin przedniej zabawy. Grafika na wysokim poziomie. Polecam fanom zagadek i Sherlocka
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DaMadGeek
( 11.4 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 29 kwietnia
“Pain and suffering are always inevitable for a large intelligence and a deep heart.”
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Z Simmox
( 18.3 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 29 kwietnia
Very Good,if your a Sherlock Fan.
Pretty good cases to solve and some unique actions and skills to use
Puzzles are fairly straight forward but if your sloppy you can miss critical information and get the wrong conculsion.
Acting,Atmosphere and Gameplay are all pretty good overall.maybe a tad too easy or predictable mid game.

Six cases to solve,which are all quite interesting
One of the cases is a bit of a stretch even for Sherlock but its no game breaker.

you can skip the puzzles if you want
but the reinactments are worth doing and quite well done.
and there are some reaction quicktime events that can catch you out,if your not on the ball.
generally you can predict when these will occur.

My only minor complaint was the ending,it is was a bit ambiguous . 8/10 Sherlock fans +1
Przydatne? Tak Nie Zabawna
Aleriza
( 27.4 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 29 kwietnia
this game makes me feel like a ♥♥♥♥♥♥ version of sherlock games, but at least im trying
Przydatne? Tak Nie Zabawna
nicketmehta
( 21.5 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 25 kwietnia
Amazing game!!!! I wish it was available on Mac OS though. I played all the different versions on my PC, and loved it. But my PC eventually broke down (for reasons unrelated to the game) and so I bought a Macbook pro, but now I want to replay it once more but cant. Still an amazing game.
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CosmicCommander
( 12.0 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 22 kwietnia
An excellent adventure game. Each case is interesting, and the deduction system is really fun to use and play around with. The gameplay of searching around for clues does fall short in that you just need to walk up and interact with every interactable entity that you come across to gather all the evidence you need (which you'll know when every clickable thing has a green icon over it), but I enjoy the fun of the process. I look forward to the upcoming sequel a lot; six cases is a fair amount, but there's limited replayability so once you're done you probably won't get the same enjoyment from playing the same cases again unless you wait a year or so to play again.
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Nocturn
( 2.8 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 22 kwietnia
Boring
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ಠ_ಠ peanutman t('.'t)
( 16.6 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 20 kwietnia
This episodic adventure game shines through its love for detail and fleshed out characters. 6 cases offer different very atmospheric environments and lots of well written dialogue. Cases are solved by collecting clues, questioning witnesses and suspects, and solving occasional puzzles (nothing too difficult) that are then combined in a "clue screen" that allows for different choices in conclusions, that finally add up to a (not necessarily correct) solving of the case.
Beautiful graphics, great voice acting, highly detailed environments result in great immersion.
Very recommended for fans of adventure games and gamers who like their stories, but not necessarily the gameplay, to be challenging.
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RETOX
( 9.2 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 17 kwietnia
"The garden seems to be well maintained."


"The garden seems to be well maintained."


"The garden seems to be well maintained."


"The garden seems to be well maintained."

10/10
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c n d =DD
( 10.5 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 16 kwietnia
Ciekawa, tajemnicza gierka o klimatach detektywistycznych ! 9/10
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Radke
( 13.9 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 12 kwietnia
It's actually a pretty good game.

Investigation elements are nice, deduction is great!

The only drawback is that the game is too easy, you will always know if there are any missing pieces for your deduction, as the game tells you when you have found every clue available (required to "connect the dots").

It is also mandatory that you do every interrogation properly, as if you accuse someone from lying, you won't even have that interrogation if you haven't found the proof that the person is lying and, the main drawback for me, if you choose the incorrect clue, the game goes back to a checkpoint right before your choice.

Having that stated, i'd like to have some way of failing this game, as it is too easy and takes over the deduction part, which is the best part of this game, only to be brought down for being too easy.
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old style never late
( 24.4 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 12 kwietnia
Sherlock Holmes Adaptations : Sherlock Holmes is clean and respectable; the epitome of a British gentleman. He is STERN and STOIC and NEVER JOKES ABOUT ANYTHING
─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─
Canon Sherlock Holmes : *is an angry college dropout who lives in a pile of his own trash*

Canon Sherlock Holmes : *spends 90% of any given story screwing with everyone*

Canon Sherlock Holmes : *almost starts crying because Lestrade was nice to him*
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Leira
( 49.0 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 12 kwietnia
PORAŻKA !!! Kocham Sherlocka, grałam w każdą część, ale to co zrobili w tej odsłonie to jest całkowita masakra, za grube pieniądze !!! Wszystkie poprzednie części Holmesa miały swoją własną, mocno rozbudowaną historię, grało się ciągle w pełnym zaciekawieniu i emocjach, gry trwały długo, zagadki były bardzo zróżnicowane (i łatwe i trudne), miały klimat. Ostatnia część czyli Crimes & Punishments jest gniotem. Dosłownie: w całej grze zgniecionych jest kilka różnych spraw, nie mających żadnych powiązań między sobą. Zagadki są na żenująco niskim poziomie. Taka gra dla debili - w ogóle nie musisz myśleć, postać Holmsa mówi Ci co masz robić krok po kroku, np. Wchodzisz do pomieszczenia, jeszcze nie zdążysz się rozejrzeć, a Sherlock już Ci mówi: "hmm, powinienem sprawdzić to i to", zbierzesz przedmiot, "hmm, powinienem się temu dokładniej przyjrzeć", wychodzisz z pomieszczenia: "hmm, powinienem się udać tam i tam". Dołożona jest opcja specjalnego trybu obserwacji Holmesa, czyli jak uruchomisz tą opcję to teoretycznie możesz dostrzec więcej (taki szósty zmysł Holmesa). Oczywiście i tu również nie możesz się wykazać, ponieważ to co widać w trybie specjalnym jest również widoczne w trybie zwykłym, różnica jest taka, że dany obiekt jest nieaktywny w trubie zwykłym nawet jeśli widzisz go gołym okiem i bez uruchomienia "szóstego zmysłu" nie możesz wejść w żadną interakcję z tym obiektem, co więcej, za każdym razem kiedy jest konieczność użycia tego trybu to Holmes Ci o tym powie :/ Dodano też system dedukcji, czyli planszę z nitkami powiązań między informacjami, na podstawie których podejmujesz decyzję o winowajcy, motywie, etc. Owe nitki co jakiś czas się podświetlają (choć nitki nieodkrytych informacji powinny być niewidoczne), stąd wiesz ile informacji jeszcze nie zgromadziłeś (ile nitek nie uaktywniłeś). No żenada na maxa, to ma być gra detektywistyczna? KPINA !!! Do tego grafika - niby ładna, ale pełna niewidzialnych ścian. Masz ogromny obszar, ale okazuje się, że jest zawężony właśnie tymi niewidzialnymi ścianami do minimum. Idziesz środkiem drogi i odbijasz się od ściany, nie możesz pokonywać niziutkich krawężników, musisz podążać dokładną ścieżką, którą wybrali twórcy. Kolejny minus to loading, czyli coś niespotykane do tej pory nawet w grach o Holmesie z 2004 roku. Między lokacjami Sherlock porusza się dorożką. Czyli np. żeby dostać się z domu na posterunek policji musisz użyć dorożki (nie ma żadnego pieszego przemieszczania się między lokacjami) i teraz tak: wsiadasz do dorożki? Loading, jedziesz dorożką? Loading. Wysiadasz z dorożki? Loading. I nie mam tu na myśli kilkusekundowych chwil tylko przynajmniej minuta, na wolniejszych komputerach nawet 2 -3 minuty animacji loadingowej w dorożce, a niestety gra wymaga ciągłego przemieszczania się, więc możecie sobie tylko wyobrazić jakie to jest wkurzające. Grę oceniłabym na 2/10, z czego dwa punkty za to, że lubię Holmesa i Watsona, bo cała reszta to dno. Nawet historie są nudne i przewidywalne. NIE KUPUJCIE TEGO !!! SZKODA KASY !!!
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Corporations / 飞机
( 11.7 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 10 kwietnia
Exciting tricky cases, nice graphics, nice acting. A solid game!
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Jinxed Disaster
( 5.3 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 10 kwietnia
Relax and dive into quite England atmosphere acompanied with some mysteries and murders. This game will provide you with six cases. That means six well spent evenings.

Best detective quest in last years, will look through telescope again.
Przydatne? Tak Nie Zabawna
Ludacris
( 8.6 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 8 kwietnia
Backtracking Simulator 1894

10/10 would search for walkthrough again
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iammissjacqui
( 12.8 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 3 kwietnia
im a full blown detective now
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Zombra
( 19.8 godz. łącznie )
Zamieszczono: 1 kwietnia
I'm generally sour on adventure games, because the "I'm stumped" moments are always linked to having to guess some nonsensical way to proceed. C&P doesn't hide any of the process from you; it's a slow accumulation of clues, associated by deduction to arrive at conclusions. To me this is the pure essence of what a detective game should be.

The puzzle sections, and yes, even the dog sequences, are lightly sprinkled throughout and give a nice sense of pacing. None of them are very hard, but they are good speed bumps to break up what would otherwise be monolithic walls of text. These sections are always at least marginally sensible, and make me feel like I'm doing something to earn my clues ... even when it's a straightforward series of operations like "pick up eyedropper, drop acid onto metal, observe results". Some of them are bona fide puzzles requiring moderately crunchy brain work, but if you are looking for hardcore gameplay challenges, this may not be for you.

The really wonderful thing about the game is that the deduction system lets you be wrong. There's no mechanical penalty whatsoever to screwing up - you can finish the whole game and never get a right answer. The game provides numerous red herrings and false conclusions to pursue, and if you're simply bashing through like an action gamer, trying to "win" as quickly as possible, you probably will ... and you'll probably be wrong. As you collect the clues, though, you are given a great deal of "soft" information that will lead you to the correct solution. It's demanding my attention in a way no game has before. You will find enough evidence to reach a conclusion; it is probable, though not guaranteed, that you'll accumulate all available clues, and by testing deductive permutations, unlock all available solutions ... but even then, arriving at the correct one requires thoughtful consideration.

If Frogwares keeps this system for future games, they've earned a new regular customer.
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Нормально,для любителя.
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5.3 godz. łącznie
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Relax and dive into quite England atmosphere acompanied with some mysteries and murders. This game will provide you with six cases. That means six well spent evenings.

Best detective quest in last years, will look through telescope again.
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie Zabawna
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24.4 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 12 kwietnia
Sherlock Holmes Adaptations : Sherlock Holmes is clean and respectable; the epitome of a British gentleman. He is STERN and STOIC and NEVER JOKES ABOUT ANYTHING
─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─
Canon Sherlock Holmes : *is an angry college dropout who lives in a pile of his own trash*

Canon Sherlock Holmes : *spends 90% of any given story screwing with everyone*

Canon Sherlock Holmes : *almost starts crying because Lestrade was nice to him*
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This episodic adventure game shines through its love for detail and fleshed out characters. 6 cases offer different very atmospheric environments and lots of well written dialogue. Cases are solved by collecting clues, questioning witnesses and suspects, and solving occasional puzzles (nothing too difficult) that are then combined in a "clue screen" that allows for different choices in conclusions, that finally add up to a (not necessarily correct) solving of the case.
Beautiful graphics, great voice acting, highly detailed environments result in great immersion.
Very recommended for fans of adventure games and gamers who like their stories, but not necessarily the gameplay, to be challenging.
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27.4 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 29 kwietnia
this game makes me feel like a ♥♥♥♥♥♥ version of sherlock games, but at least im trying
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18.3 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 29 kwietnia
Very Good,if your a Sherlock Fan.
Pretty good cases to solve and some unique actions and skills to use
Puzzles are fairly straight forward but if your sloppy you can miss critical information and get the wrong conculsion.
Acting,Atmosphere and Gameplay are all pretty good overall.maybe a tad too easy or predictable mid game.

Six cases to solve,which are all quite interesting
One of the cases is a bit of a stretch even for Sherlock but its no game breaker.

you can skip the puzzles if you want
but the reinactments are worth doing and quite well done.
and there are some reaction quicktime events that can catch you out,if your not on the ball.
generally you can predict when these will occur.

My only minor complaint was the ending,it is was a bit ambiguous . 8/10 Sherlock fans +1
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“Pain and suffering are always inevitable for a large intelligence and a deep heart.”
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Według 1 osoby ta recenzja jest zabawna
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9.2 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 17 kwietnia
"The garden seems to be well maintained."


"The garden seems to be well maintained."


"The garden seems to be well maintained."


"The garden seems to be well maintained."

10/10
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29.2 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 9 marca
Genialna,wymagająca i długa. Uwielbiam!
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16.8 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 24 marca
Kolejne dzieło studia Frogwares "Sherlock Holmes: Zbrodnia i Kara" to kontynuacja serii gier o ekscentrycznym detektywie Sherlocku Holmesie i jego towarzyszu Johnie Watsonie. W trakcie rozgrywki przyjdzie nam rozwiązywać sześć intrygujących spraw kryminalnych, wśród nich znajdziemy: morderstwa, zaginięcia, kradzieże i inne fascynujące śledztwa. Dzięki pełnej swobodzie działań możemy dowolnie prowadzić dochodzenia, kierując się własnym zmysłem detektywistycznym i drogą dedukcji wytypować sprawcę danego przestępstwa. Jednak należy uważnie prześledzić wszystkie fakty gdyż decyzja którą podejmiemy może doprowadzić do skazania niewinnego człowieka. Niestety gra ma jedną, ale nieznaczną wadę i tutaj podam na własnym przykładzie, mianowicie: gdy w jednej ze spraw zauważyłem odcisk skrzyni na półce, gra nie pozwalała mi przyjrzeć się obiektowi, dopiero jak użyłem zdolności detektywistycznej Sherlocka mogłem w niego kliknąć. To trochę tak jakby twórcy traktowali nas jak osoby, które nie są dość inteligentne, by dostrzec tą poszlakę bez pomocy. Mimo to grę uważam za bardzo udaną i niezwykle wciągającą, polecam !!! :)
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25.1 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 13 lutego
One of the best Sherlock Holmes games around, and the best gameplay-wise. The deduction system is just brilliant. You can actually solve all the six cases wrong, or at least get the murder method wrong in some of the cases. They went easy on the puzzles this time and focused more on the cases themselves, which is a good decision, in my opinion.

What's a little bit annoying though, is that each case has multiple suspects, and most of them have strong evidence against them, but mostly there's that little detail that gives the correct conclusion away, except for one case that was just convoluted. (Read below for more details. Expect spoilers, of course!)

The Kew Gardens Drama nonsense:
  • Why are the plants located at the syndicate when they never stole them? Margaret White placed them there? It seemed like random people could waltz in, place or remove three large plants from there with ease.
  • The misleading recording description that flat out stated that she didn't leave the lab!
  • Although she seemed like the probable accomplice, she had a lot of jewelry that she could sell for financial support. I remember Sherlock saying that it's worth a lot.
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Going to ask a sailor some questions, but you don't want to spook him, or make him suspicious:
Switch to sailor clothes
Add sailor hat
Finish with ridiculous beard

10/10 Sherlock
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19.8 godz. łącznie
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I'm generally sour on adventure games, because the "I'm stumped" moments are always linked to having to guess some nonsensical way to proceed. C&P doesn't hide any of the process from you; it's a slow accumulation of clues, associated by deduction to arrive at conclusions. To me this is the pure essence of what a detective game should be.

The puzzle sections, and yes, even the dog sequences, are lightly sprinkled throughout and give a nice sense of pacing. None of them are very hard, but they are good speed bumps to break up what would otherwise be monolithic walls of text. These sections are always at least marginally sensible, and make me feel like I'm doing something to earn my clues ... even when it's a straightforward series of operations like "pick up eyedropper, drop acid onto metal, observe results". Some of them are bona fide puzzles requiring moderately crunchy brain work, but if you are looking for hardcore gameplay challenges, this may not be for you.

The really wonderful thing about the game is that the deduction system lets you be wrong. There's no mechanical penalty whatsoever to screwing up - you can finish the whole game and never get a right answer. The game provides numerous red herrings and false conclusions to pursue, and if you're simply bashing through like an action gamer, trying to "win" as quickly as possible, you probably will ... and you'll probably be wrong. As you collect the clues, though, you are given a great deal of "soft" information that will lead you to the correct solution. It's demanding my attention in a way no game has before. You will find enough evidence to reach a conclusion; it is probable, though not guaranteed, that you'll accumulate all available clues, and by testing deductive permutations, unlock all available solutions ... but even then, arriving at the correct one requires thoughtful consideration.

If Frogwares keeps this system for future games, they've earned a new regular customer.
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2 z 4 osób (50%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
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I am 3 cases in to this game and have really enjoyed it so far. The puzzles/minigames can be skipped for those who may find them tedious, the voice acting is great and the range of conclusions you can come to at the end of a case make it a lot more challenging and interesting to get it right the first time you try.

It seems like there is a lot more of this game to go, and to me it is definitely worth the money. Replayability may be the only issue, but if you don't check whether you were correct at the end of a case, you could do them again and come to a different conclusion. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys detective games!
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This is the perfect Sherlock Holmes game. In Crimes and Punishments, you have six cases to solve, and its completely up to you to deduce the facts, and bring about judgment. Oh there is so much goodness where to start? The game is gorgeous. Victorian England never looked so good. The amount of different places you get to visit is amazing, from beautiful mansions to seedy back alleys. The voice acting is superb. Also, the voice synch is perfect. What I really love about this game is that after finishing a case, you can always come back when you want to do another case, without worrying if they are connected in any way. Each case comes with so many different possibly outcomes, if you find the evidence and come to certain conclusions. How you sentence who you believe is guilty also influences how the public sees you. The in-game journal is wonderful in helping you keep track of who is involved in the case, what items can help you advance the case, or look back at a dialogue that may have a clue. So the good stuff in a nutshell: The Look, the writing and the acting, the Game Mechanics, and the Stories of each Case. The negatives: I can't find them.
This is a great game to start with if you are interested in the Sherlock Holmes franchise. If you have already played through the catalog available of SH titles, I dare say you must play this because I think you'll find this to be arguably the best SH games to date.
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Much more polished and better in almost every way than the previous game(s). All minigames are now skippable, but they're also easier so you probably won't need to skip them. Graphically improved, especially faces are really well done. Lip sync is fixed now, after seeming off in the Testament. The game is divided in six separate cases that allow you to solve them in multiple ways and also give you some moral choices. My favorite case is #2 - the missing train, which is strangely also the only case I didn't solve correctly - I nailed the 'who', but missed the 'how' after stupidly changing my deduction because of some clue conflicts. And the game let me do this and continue, which is great. There are some new mechanics that work to make you feel like the legendary detective by showing how he gets to his conclusions.

This time you can only play in first or third person, the point & click mode is gone. I guess that's a plus, since there are no items that are really hard to even spot while playing in first-person mode.

My only gripes are the new Watson VA - he's okay, but the previous one just nailed it, and the cab cutscene that shows when you travel between locations that for some reason really bothered me, I'd prefer a loading screen instead.
Also I became 'stuck' several times, had to mash WASD to unstuck myself. No big deal tho.


Overall, an improvement over the previous game in almost all aspects.

3.5 golden sloths
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I feel that my deductive skills have increased.
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Crimes and Punishments (name based on a book which is even referenced in the game) is one of the few Sherlock Holmes games that makes you Sherlock Holmes, many other Sherlock Holmes games simply puts you as an observer almost, collecting evidence, but never making any conclusions. This game has so much in it, and it would be fair to say is one of the best Sherlock Holmes games (paying respect to some of the older games, which are still brilliant, but not as interactive or huge as this game).

Many other Sherlock Holms game have one case, which is not that bad for a game, but Crimes and Punishments has six cases in it. All these cases are unique and interesting, although some are more interesting than others. To complete a case you need to at the least get enough evidence and clues to come up with a conclusion, which is not too difficult, but ending a case prematurely can result in you being wrong. Yes, in this game you won't always be right. Crimes and Punishments in all about choice, there will be a lot of choices in the game, they don't necassarily affect too much, as each case is individual and is not affected by any other cases, but these choices you do make ARE important.

For each case you will need to choose the right conclusion, which is something you can create from evidence gathered, but there is so much evidence to take into consideration, so there will be a lot of conclusions you could make from all the evidence you have gathered. Sometimes you can be wrong, but don't panic on that, for those who are perfectionists and want all their cases to be correct, you have the option of checking before you confrim your choice and you can chnage it, although some people say it ruins the game, and they don't need to use that feature. After you solve the case correctly (or incorrectly) you can choose a moral choice, absolve or condem, which will give you a personality ranking, either compassionate or cold hearted, this personality will go up or down from each case, depending on what you pick.

So, the game is obviously great in that point, and there are many other points it's great in as well. It has a lot of refences to the books, referencing Sherlock as being a drug addict, Toby the dog being in the game (AND PLAYABLE!), Sherlock Holmes playing dress up, the witty humour of Sherlock being present, etc.

This game gives you a lot more freedom than a lot of Frogwares previous Sherlock Holmes games, you can run around and fling open doors (which never gets old), go from first person to third person, dress Sherlock up. And although it's not quite open world, you can still move about freely. You can collect evidence in any order, and if you find the puzzles in the game too difficult, you can skip them with no coniquences (except losing achievements). Sherlock Holmes' voice is quite okay in this game, which you'd take as a given, but considering some past Sherlock Holmes games, it's quite nice to have good voice acting. Collecting evidence is also a lot of fun (but that just might be me), and it's made quite easy and there's no pixel hunting, when you do need to 'pixel hunt' the game will let you change the vision over to something that will reveal the hidden objects (keep in mind you cannot interact with said objects without said vision, so it's not cheating, it's a part of the game). The sound effects are so good at one point I was convinced there was a fly in my room, and I freaked out.

This game is utterly amazing, I took a while to complete it, despite buying it when it releases, as I couldn't figure out where the archieves were in game during the second case, which took me around a year to work out (they were in the carriage), which was not supposed to be hard or even relevent. But when I did get past that part I could barely stop playing it until the end, as it is such an enthralling game, and so much fun. If you like the Sherlock Holmes series of either games, movies, books or shows, you should play it.
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Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments is pretty good and I commend it to the attention of anyone who likes mysteries or adventure games.

I bought it a year ago based on the unexpectedly strong praise of PC Gamer and then let it languish in my Steam library until this weekend. It turns out I should have gotten around to it sooner; it's not the budget title I expected, but a serious and earnest attempt to do the mystery genre real justice (so to speak) in games.

FIrst, I should note that the presentation is solid; although it's not an AAA title and never will be, the environments are detailed, the people are expressive, and the voice acting is uniformly solid and engaging. Everything related to storytelling clearly got priority. The stuff that isn't up to snuff are the things that are secondary to that experience, like the somewhat sluggish mouse controls or the kind of janky running. These things are minor annoyances sometimes, not dealbreakers, and have nothing to do with the real meat of the game.

And the meat of the game is this: every single mystery has multiple suspects with plausible motives and multiple ways events could have gone down. Simulating "solving a mystery" is one of the absolute hardest things to do in a videogame and it's why so many "mystery" games (including this one, to a degree) are really adventure games with puzzles as stand-ins for actual reasoning. Thankfully, while there are some minigames and jigsaw-puzzle-solving and connect-the-dots and so forth, Crimes and Punishments mostly consists of accumulating real clues and listening to real testimony and it's committed to letting you miss things or draw the wrong conclusions and even accuse the wrong people (at which point the game just keeps going!). It's a great design approach and I hope anyone attempting mystery games in the future takes note.

John Walker at RPS hated it but reading his review it becomes clear that he kindasorta didn't solve a lot of the cases. Like, he talks about how case such-and-such has a nonsensical out-of-left-field ending and I'm pretty sure it's because he didn't collect all the evidence and didn't come up with the right picture of the crime.

And it made me realize that that's always going to be a problem with the genre, even when the games aren't low-budget titles from France - if a mystery game plays fair and doesn't railroad you and gives you real chances to succeed based on your intuition and deduction, that means it's also giving you real chances to fail, and a lot of people are going to fail and just think the mystery is dumb or the game is stupid, regardless of its actual quality.

If you understand that, and you're willing to accept that this game represents - to possibly the greatest degree yet achieved in a videogame - an actual test of your reasoning skills, I think you'll be in for a lot of fun.
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