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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 861d ago | review

The Married Gamer: The Testament of Sherlock Holmes Review

The Married Gamer: In his newest adventure the titular consulting detective is the archetype for keen observation, deduction and crime-solving in much the same way that Gimli is the first thing to come to mind when someone says the word “dwarf.” Instead of Middle Earth though, we’re looking at London where Sherlock Holmes is again at his mystery-solving ways. When he uncovers a failed jewelry theft, Holmes becomes the prime suspect when the jewels in question turn out to be counterfeit. (PS3, The Testament of Sherlock Holmes, Xbox 360) 7/10

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