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Submitted by yuin93 581d ago | preview

MOGAMEREVIEW: Sherlock Holmes Crimes And Punishment

Frogwares studios, the developer, has decided to change its engine to Epic Unreal Engine 3 as to the previous in-house engine, so the new series will be an important testing round for the company.
Even though the new engine will allow the developer to create an open world. However, due to its detective characteristics, the game will not be an open world. Rather than traveling from world to world, cities to cities, the incident will take place in one place, so if you were expecting a diverse world compacted in one area, this won't be the game of your choice. (Dev, PC, PS3, PS4, Sherlock Holmes Crimes and Punishments, Xbox 360)

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