CGM Reviews: Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments

The mystery genre has had a tough time of it in the AAA gaming landscape. Whereas the first person shooter can count on a least a dozen titles every year, in the last four years, we’ve been lucky to have a one game per year schedule, with the likes of Heavy Rain, L.A. Noire and Murdered: Soul Suspect to scratch the “Whodunit” itch. Enter Frogwares, a small European studio that has, up until now, been cranking out Sherlock games since 2002 that have been quietly ignored. They had a chance with this new console generation to finally get some attention while gamers are still relatively starved for new content. Incredibly, they have succeeded.

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