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Submitted by Numphie 941d ago | review

El33tonline Review: The Testament of Sherlock Holmes

El33tonline writes:

"When Sir Arthur Conan Doyle first set pen to paper, I am sure that he did not know the legacy he would leave behind and I am pretty sure that he was unaware that this legacy would extend to computer games. I, for one, am grateful that it has, however, and I was keen to take my mind off high intensity games like Battlefield 3, FIFA 13 and so forth, and immerse myself in logic, deductive reasoning and puzzle solving." (The Testament of Sherlock Holmes, Xbox 360) 4/5

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