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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Release Date: Sep 29, 2014

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“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

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About This Game

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.

Will you follow your moral compass, or will you apply the letter of the law?

The great freedom of action in Crimes & Punishments allows you to conduct your investigations in the manner you deem appropriate. Use the 14 extraordinary skills of detection for which Sherlock is famous, choose the avenues of enquiry you wish to pursue, interrogate your suspects and, from your deductions, name the guilty parties... you can even determine their fate! The ramifications are far-reaching, and your decisions will exert a real influence through your reputation or the surprising consequences that will arise where you least expect them…

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: WINDOWS VISTA SP2/WINDOWS 7/WINDOWS 8
    • Processor: AMD/INTEL DUAL-CORE 2.4 GHZ
    • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 256 MB 100% DIRECTX 9 COMPATIBLE AMD RADEON HD 3850/NVIDIA GEFORCE 8600 GTS OR HIGHER
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 14 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DIRECTX 9 COMPATIBLE
    • Additional Notes: INTERNET CONNECTION REQUIRED FOR THE GAME ACTIVATION
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Eugene
( 25.0 hrs on record )
Posted: July 24
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It's a great game! But I have a few comments:
1.Very strong color saturation and high contrast in scenes.
2. Constant flashing of many textures (some parts of the objects are black, and some parts are normal), perhaps due to my graphics card AMD Radeon HD 7800 Series.
3. Poor quality of many textures. Tree textures, picture frames, furniture, most Kew Gardens textures are terrible! Often the texture of high quality and low quality are located next to each other. In the excavations in Saint Albans, some standing next to the each other textures differs in brightness.
The graphic style of this game reminded me of "No One Lives Forever 2". Textures need the "Bump Offset". The game needs pastel colors. The color palette of British homes and gardens are more complex and refined. It needs a subtle color harmony (here can help Adobe Kuler).
4. You do not need to prompt the player every time he need to press the "T" or "F". It's enough to make it one time in the beginning. The player must guess when he need to press the button. In such places enough to show a quite small glare on objects, flashing dots or Holmes might say "hmm ...". In any adventure game should be the "pixel hunting".
5. The game need "inventory" with items. The player must guess which of them need to be combined. There may be unexpected combinations, which are difficult to guess.
In any quest there must be the moments when you need to apply a certain item at a certain place in a one second. The player must catch the moment.
6. Dialogs are too simple. The player must choose the right words to make the suspect to cooperate. There should be a specific sequence of replicas.
Not many people with whom you can talk. It facilitates the process of investigation. It may be better to make more people with whom you can talk, but they should not help. The player must choose the right person from a crowd.
7. All cases in the game are too simple. Everywhere there are hints, clues and evidence. This is a job for an ordinary detective, but not for a Sherlock Holmes!

For example, a difficult case for Sherlock Holmes (!I saw this story in Russian movie!): naked body of the man was found in a closed inside an empty room in the apartment house. No evidence, no clues there. Sherlock and the police are confused! In an empty room there is nothing that could catch the trail of the killer. This room was not rented for a long time. How this man appeared there- it's a mystery! An autopsy showed that the man was not poisoned, not been shot. But he drank some coffee shortly before his death.
Sherlock is looking for cafes, in which he could drink coffee before death. There are many cafes around this place. After some time of searching, intuition tells Sherlock to pay attention to a man who differ from the crowd of people in this quarter, in one of the cafes. Suspicious man drinking coffee in the cafe and looks like a scientist. Sherlock decided to follow him. The waiter in the cafe does not know anything about this person. In pursuit of this scientist Sherlock gradually learns that the victim had taken a wife of this scientist. The scientist was professor of psychiatry, an experienced hypnotist. The wife of the scientist was in love with the victim.
When the doctor found out about it, he called opponent on a conversation in an outdoor cafe, where they together, drank coffee and arguing who gets the beloved woman. The doctor hypnotized his opponent and tells him about a hired killer. Doctor said, that a killer is chasing this man! Killer knows how the victim looks like. In addition, the doctor persuaded the poor guy to hide himself from the people and lock in the room, otherwise he will be in extreme danger!
The poor fellow was so frightened that he quietly stole the key from a room in the nearest apartment house, locked himself in this room, undressed and threw the clothes in the window where it was successfully stolen. A few days after lying on the floor with a wild sense of fear, despair, hunger and thirst, the man died. A few days later the body was found.

Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson investigates a case of mafia cartels. On the way from the crime scene to the Scotland Yard the cab flips and breaks up. Holmes and Watson knocked out by three murderers. When Sherlock waked up, he saw a huge pit from which it is difficult to get out. Watson tied to a chair and waiting for interrogating from a strange man, trying to find out what they know about a crime scene, where they have been earlier. Finally have not ascertained anything from Watson, the man goes to the window to see where Holmes are. During this short time Watson should find on the table an acid or something sharp to cut the rope. When the offender is moving away from the window and fills a syringe with some substance, Watson unties the rope. The man brings syringe to Watson, and Watson knocks the syringe from the hand of criminal. Then he strikes a bottle on the man's head and knocks him out. In this case, player need to quickly perform actions, cleverly hide from offenders and maybe even shoot.

In addition, the game needs a mission on the London Eye or Tower Bridge.

The game needs a mission with encrypted letters or inscriptions on the wall.
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quockerwodger
( 28.0 hrs on record )
Posted: July 22
This game forces you to make moral decisions that may go against your moral code. It makes you truly feel for the characters through a deep and well crafted storyline.

10/10
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Shelley
( 29.1 hrs on record )
Posted: July 22
This is without a doubt the best Sherlock Holmes game I have played (and I've played all of them). The puzzles are amazing, difficult but not impossible. The fact that you have to consider all of the information you've been told as well as the clues you have found, and incorporate it into an overall conclusion is true to Holmes' original character from the Canon. Then the moral choices make the game unique in the franchise.

I really hope they go back to this format for the next game (after The Devil's Daughter I mean) as it is definitely better than the format for the Devil's Daulghter.
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sevter
( 19.0 hrs on record )
Posted: July 14
Recommended...with reservations. SH:C&P is a great casual detective game. However, it's a terrible Sherlock Holmes game.

THE BAD FIRST
As a major Holmes fan (of both the original books and the new series), I was terribly disappointed by the out-of-character portrayal of Holmes and by the lack of true detective work that you need to do in this game. Clues are practically spoon fed to you on every case and the conclusion can be terribly obvious for certain cases, not requiring much brainwork. Not much world-building as you are confined to certain sets and there's not much character-building as well - they're all fairly cookie-cutter.

THE GOOD
Don't play this as a Sherlock Holmes game. Play this as a casual detective game with Sherlockian elements and you won't be disappointed. Kudos for good attempts at building atmosphere and decent storylines (with great voice acting). The series of mini-games in multiple cases keeps you from becoming bored and allows you to break the game in parts without losing your place in it. You do have to use *some* effort to reach the correct conclusion for all six cases, though it's not up to Sherlock Holmes standard. Looking back at the end of the game, after I tempered my expectations, I did actually enjoy the gameplay a lot.

[Bought during Steam Summer Sale for $15]
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palex00
( 18.7 hrs on record )
Posted: July 11
Cannot recommend this game for the price of 30 bucks. The murder stories are just.. a slight grips. There is no red line going through the whole game. Plus it's just a game written on the base of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's novels so I cannot see why the price is so high: The script is already there. I would have wished a game where there original murder cases that would also allow a little bit... more deepness. Like... I didn't "care" for anyone. I didn't know their stories - well a little bit but not... you know what I mean.

So ya.. I bought it for 15 bucks in the summer sale - still not recommendeble. Get it for 10 or don't get it at all.
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Viki
( 11.2 hrs on record )
Posted: July 9
After playing both this game and Devils Daughter, I am certain this one is better.
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mmmth
( 14.3 hrs on record )
Posted: July 7
Perhaps the best installment in the Sherlock Holmes series. Great dialogue, great stories. The challenge is putting all the pieces together, browsing back dialogue. Sometimes it takes time to understand it all, but sometimes everything is too obvious (for a fan of murder mysteries anyway). The puzzles are not challenging at all, on the other hand.

I feel like the game aids the player a bit too much at times: like telling you when to use the super sight and do the re-enactments. Combining clues is rather forgiving, and results often in just smashing through to the right choice. I also felt that the Blood Bath had many red herrings, and none of the choices seemed right - it's the only case where I replayed my initial selection. I might've just missed something, so I'll probably re-do it soon.
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The King in the North
( 17.1 hrs on record )
Posted: July 6
Nice gameplay. Beautiful surroundings. Fantastic story.
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Truculent
( 0.4 hrs on record )
Posted: July 3
Really bad port.
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Adólphús
( 14.6 hrs on record )
Posted: July 2
After a good long while of meaning to play this game, I finally got around to it - and it did not disappoint. First off, the gameplay elements.

Crimes and Punishments is my second Sherlock Holmes game by Frogware and it is a vast improvement on The Awakened. Splitting the game up into six self contained cases rather than one big case was a brilliant idea - you can complete each case in a few hours play, say an evening. This makes the game easy to pick up and drop as you feel like playing as there is no requirement to remember all the previous hours of game play. Your case book is also a lot better organised and is easy to use, indicating where you need to further investigate a clue. The deductions screen is also very cool, and there are no penalties for making a wrong choice at this stage which is useful for when things get a bit ambiguous (The railway and roman bath cases spring to mind!)

Playing in 3rd person, while allowing you to get a good look at the entire scene, makes it a bit more difficult to pinpoint those 'clues'. I played the first 2 cases entirely in 3rd person and switched to 1st in the 3rd case. I found it a lot easier to spot things in 1st person.

Annoyingly, sometimes you must find or deduce things in the 'correct order' before the game will allow you to continue. I suppose this comes down to the fact that as the player we can see things we might need (by nature of the fact we're playing a mystery game and know we'll need to work around problems) before Sherlock himself realises he needs them. This isn't too much of a problem, if not slightly irritating at first. Just try to think like you're really in the situation, not playing a game.

I only found one of the cases (Kew Gardens, the 5th case) to be a tedious, though it's ending was by far one of the more interesting ones so it gained back some brownie points for that.

This game suffers slightly from the mistake of Awakened where Sherlock often makes medical assumptions/observations when Watson is right there - as someone who dislikes the 'bumbling idiot' portrayal of Watson this wound me up when it happened but it didn't impact much on my experience except for passing annoyance.

On the hardware side, the game has ages okay. The graphics hold up fairly well, the controls are a little clunky but fine once you get used to them. I'm not sure why, but I experienced lag throughout the game when I have a machine capable of running current (2016) AAA titles. I experienced the same problem with The Awakened which is even older so maybe it's steam's ports or Frogware's engine but something to keep in mind if the occassional jitter is something that would bother you.

All in all, I'd give this game a solid 7/10 in today's market. Enjoyable, and definitely worth the price if you can get it on sale like I did. Good for a few evenings entertainment and has replay value in solving each case with the alternate ending to what you picked the first time.
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
16.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 28
Growing up reading Sherlock Holmes mysteries made it hard for me to like any other adapted media version of the character. But Crimes and Punishments stole my heart! The atmosphere and gameplay perfectly reflects the classic Doyle atmosphere.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
14.6 hrs on record
Posted: July 2
After a good long while of meaning to play this game, I finally got around to it - and it did not disappoint. First off, the gameplay elements.

Crimes and Punishments is my second Sherlock Holmes game by Frogware and it is a vast improvement on The Awakened. Splitting the game up into six self contained cases rather than one big case was a brilliant idea - you can complete each case in a few hours play, say an evening. This makes the game easy to pick up and drop as you feel like playing as there is no requirement to remember all the previous hours of game play. Your case book is also a lot better organised and is easy to use, indicating where you need to further investigate a clue. The deductions screen is also very cool, and there are no penalties for making a wrong choice at this stage which is useful for when things get a bit ambiguous (The railway and roman bath cases spring to mind!)

Playing in 3rd person, while allowing you to get a good look at the entire scene, makes it a bit more difficult to pinpoint those 'clues'. I played the first 2 cases entirely in 3rd person and switched to 1st in the 3rd case. I found it a lot easier to spot things in 1st person.

Annoyingly, sometimes you must find or deduce things in the 'correct order' before the game will allow you to continue. I suppose this comes down to the fact that as the player we can see things we might need (by nature of the fact we're playing a mystery game and know we'll need to work around problems) before Sherlock himself realises he needs them. This isn't too much of a problem, if not slightly irritating at first. Just try to think like you're really in the situation, not playing a game.

I only found one of the cases (Kew Gardens, the 5th case) to be a tedious, though it's ending was by far one of the more interesting ones so it gained back some brownie points for that.

This game suffers slightly from the mistake of Awakened where Sherlock often makes medical assumptions/observations when Watson is right there - as someone who dislikes the 'bumbling idiot' portrayal of Watson this wound me up when it happened but it didn't impact much on my experience except for passing annoyance.

On the hardware side, the game has ages okay. The graphics hold up fairly well, the controls are a little clunky but fine once you get used to them. I'm not sure why, but I experienced lag throughout the game when I have a machine capable of running current (2016) AAA titles. I experienced the same problem with The Awakened which is even older so maybe it's steam's ports or Frogware's engine but something to keep in mind if the occassional jitter is something that would bother you.

All in all, I'd give this game a solid 7/10 in today's market. Enjoyable, and definitely worth the price if you can get it on sale like I did. Good for a few evenings entertainment and has replay value in solving each case with the alternate ending to what you picked the first time.
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1 person found this review funny
Recommended
12.7 hrs on record
Posted: June 30
Finally the Sherlock Holmes game that we deserved. Collect all clues, decide who the culrpit is, and take the moral decision of absolving or condemning the culprit (that's entirely up to you). Be warned though that you may choose the wrong culprit and the game won't stop you from taking the wrong decision. This game is really good and you should buy it.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
5.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 30
'Elementary'

And not a modern reboot-style game. They stay true to Arthur Conan Doyle's characters and gives us a game of wonderful suspense and immersion. You will lose yourself in Sherlocks world, and sit on the edge of your seat as you work the cases with your "superhuman" detective skills.

A deduct system enables you to keep track of and connect the different clues you discover in a case, and can be combined to create different theories about who the culprit might be.

Really interesting gameplay with a great feel to it.

The good old Eccentric Sherlock - Skeptical Watson chemistry is also very present.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
13.5 hrs on record
Posted: June 29
They really need to remove all these silly minigames and add something of value instead. And I do hope they've cut down on loading times between the scenes in the sequel. Otherwise, it's a good Holmes game, if you've ready to forgive a couple of inconsistencies in the evidence, like "The cylinder recorded by Miss White appears to be quite lengthy, thereby proving that she remained in her laboratory on the day of the crime." in the Kew Gardens case..
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
19.0 hrs on record
Posted: July 14
Recommended...with reservations. SH:C&P is a great casual detective game. However, it's a terrible Sherlock Holmes game.

THE BAD FIRST
As a major Holmes fan (of both the original books and the new series), I was terribly disappointed by the out-of-character portrayal of Holmes and by the lack of true detective work that you need to do in this game. Clues are practically spoon fed to you on every case and the conclusion can be terribly obvious for certain cases, not requiring much brainwork. Not much world-building as you are confined to certain sets and there's not much character-building as well - they're all fairly cookie-cutter.

THE GOOD
Don't play this as a Sherlock Holmes game. Play this as a casual detective game with Sherlockian elements and you won't be disappointed. Kudos for good attempts at building atmosphere and decent storylines (with great voice acting). The series of mini-games in multiple cases keeps you from becoming bored and allows you to break the game in parts without losing your place in it. You do have to use *some* effort to reach the correct conclusion for all six cases, though it's not up to Sherlock Holmes standard. Looking back at the end of the game, after I tempered my expectations, I did actually enjoy the gameplay a lot.

[Bought during Steam Summer Sale for $15]
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
14.3 hrs on record
Posted: July 7
Perhaps the best installment in the Sherlock Holmes series. Great dialogue, great stories. The challenge is putting all the pieces together, browsing back dialogue. Sometimes it takes time to understand it all, but sometimes everything is too obvious (for a fan of murder mysteries anyway). The puzzles are not challenging at all, on the other hand.

I feel like the game aids the player a bit too much at times: like telling you when to use the super sight and do the re-enactments. Combining clues is rather forgiving, and results often in just smashing through to the right choice. I also felt that the Blood Bath had many red herrings, and none of the choices seemed right - it's the only case where I replayed my initial selection. I might've just missed something, so I'll probably re-do it soon.
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180 of 188 people (96%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
Recommended
19.5 hrs on record
Posted: March 28, 2015
One of my favorite games from 2014, and probably my all time favorite detective game is this. Crimes and Punishment is a blast to play! The new engine offers breathtaking views and stunning textures, and the voice acting is fantastic. You have to make moral choices in this game, which affects the story.

The cases are much more interesting in this game then the previous Sherlock games, thanks to great mission variation. Solve murders, investigate thefts and missing people. "Will you follow the law or your moral?", is the question you have to go by on every case.

Every case is smart and well thought out. You always think you understand who did the crime, until it suddenly turns the other way around. When you finally complete a case you feel satisfied though. You will look around for a long time, just because you want to find every clue. If you get stuck you can get hints, look in your journal and ask doctor Watson.

I think this game is very underrated. It's one of the most polished games released in 2014 and offers a great story with absolutely fantastic cases. If you haven't picked this game up yet, please consider doing it. I really hope Frogware will release more content for this game. DLC, expansion or sequel, because I adore the game and would really wish for more great and exciting cases to solve.

Crimes and Punishment gets a warm recommendation from me.
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278 of 334 people (83%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
12.4 hrs on record
Posted: September 29, 2014
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Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishment is a beautiful and impressive adventure puzzle game starring a very popular detective who players will enjoy playing as to solve crime and choosing thier own choices in a case's outcome through deduction.

First off, the graphics of the game use the unreal engine 3 and a step up for the series.The facial features of the characters such as pores, scars, and even the detail on the clothing. Not only is the character detailed but so are the aesthetics and details put into each of the maps that the players will traverse to solve crimes, which gives it a it more immersion.

The music is appropriate for the game and kicks in at the right moment though the rest of the time the game is pretty quiet to letting concentrate and could use more to bring immersion. The voice acting is also decently done for most of the characters in the game and brings them to life in the game world.

Players can play the game with either a keyboard and mouse or with a game pad. Both are configured well and didn't include key binding, which isn't too bad since there aren't many keys to press for this type of game genre. Players be able to play this game in first or 3rd person whichever choice you decide. The controls may feel a bit stiff but overall it is not too bad at all.

Each of the maps in this game is really focused on the area where the crime appears. You won't find yourself in unnecessary places or free roaming since it isn't that sort of game though it is something to suggest for a future sequel. The game uses a fast travel system to travel around the map with a push of a button. With a button click, players can bring up a map and click on locations to travel where they need to go whenever you want. With each loading screen, Sherlock in the cab where the interface can also be brought up for the menu to look over the clues, evidence, and deduction while they wait. The menu itself is very sleek and organized.

The game play to Sherlock is to solve puzzles, gather evidence and to come up with deduction and solve crimes. The puzzles range from ordinary lock puzzles where you match locks to complicated puzzles where you rebuild molds, combine chemicals or find clues to fix certain situation, compare notes, Extreme arm wrestling and lots more variety to keep the game intriguing. There is a skip function for those that get frustrated or stuck at a puzzle but keep in mind that it is a puzzle game, and that self-satisfaction comes from solving by oneself.

Sherlock is armed with an arsenal of tools to help him combine clues and solve puzzles. Focus will help him see things that he will miss at times such as small marks and such. Imagination is when he gathers enough clues to solve a puzzle, he will be able to recreate the scenario in his mind to gather more clues and evidence and finally when he does get all this, he will be capable to go into deduction.
In deduction mode, Sherlock can look over his facts and evidence, draw a line between them and form bubbles and by doing so created deductions. Sometimes there is only one deduction in a bubble but other times. There will be two totals. As players look through all these bubbles, they'll be able to draw and combine a conclusion to the case. If the case is a contradiction, it will tell you between the bubbles. If it combines there will be a larger bubble and there will be a choice to the entire scenario. Either the person is guilty/innocent or an alternative choice route opened will be up to players to decide by finding enough clues and evidence.

The game introduces five case scenario total and may take a player 12-15 hours total to complete depending on how good they are at gathering clues and puzzles.

My opinion is that this is possibly the best puzzle/adventure game I have yet played. I enjoyed it though some of my cons are that the disguise function wasn't used as greatly as I thought and that the game hopefully will be even frequently more expansive with the deduction system in the future because that felt like the real meat of the game to me personally.

Pros
+ The graphic details are beautiful. You can see the details of the faces of characters, clothes, and the aesthetic to the background looks great with the Unreal 3 engine.
+ The puzzles are brilliant
+ The case themselves are very realistic in a sense
+ Brilliant story and cases. Especially the third case Blood Bath.
+ The voice acting is decently done. Most of the characters sounded great.
+ Deduction offers the players choices and replayability. Multiple choices on how to punish a crime or finish it off with another outcome.
+ Game lasts 12-15 hours



Cons
- Though beautiful the maps were decently sized and it felt too closed in especially with parts blocked off. Hopefully we'll see even larger areas in the future.
- Disguises weren't used as much in the game
- There is a skip button that pops up everytime that just seems to invite players to push it. Should be something you can turn off
- The online feature should take in more stats instead of just who chooses the choice or discovering it.


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Recommended
30.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 4, 2014
I took it upon myself to wait until I had received 100% of the achievements before making my review.

Compared to The Testament of Sherlock Holmes, Frogwares and Focus Entertainment have come a VERY LONG WAY! From astoundingly beautiful graphics, to great plotlines and endless solutions, I was in awe the entire time.

The one thing I loved the most was the way they improved on Sherlock Holmes's personality. Compared to Testament, Holmes in Crimes and Punishments has a more gentle and chivalrous side to him, which is something definitely found in the books. I'm an oldschool Sherlock Holmes fan, so this game was perfect!

I am very excited to see possible sequels in the future.
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