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Submitted by ITFGaming 823d ago | review

The Testament of Sherlock Holmes Review (ITF Gaming)

Jonathan Bester from ITF Gaming writes: The name Sherlock Holmes is synonymous with not only great detective stories, but with the history of highly intellectual writing, which is a very admirable form of creativity in my eyes. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created characters in the Sherlock Holmes novels that were not only memorable, but sustaining as well as is evident in the recent spate of re-emerging Sherlock Holmes stories in not only television/movies but in video games as well. This game, the sixth in the series developed by Frogware, is just the latest in their adventure “point-and-click” series of games. But can it live up to the previous games and/or the stories themselves? Or is it just a failed deduction in the making? (PC, PS3, The Testament of Sherlock Holmes, Xbox 360) 7/10

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