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Submitted by ThatCanadianGuy 2423d ago | review

Ezine Review: Sherlock Holmes - The Awakened

Ezine writes:

"Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened is a truly immersive game. The 3D graphics and playing the game via a first-person perspective makes you feel like you are really there trying to solve these inexplicable mysteries. The 3D world also adds a great new dimension (pun intended) to puzzle gaming. The entire world is interactive, with any little detail being potentially a vital clue in helping Holmes solve the case.

The artwork is top notch as well. You can see the little details in the characters, their faces and their clothing. Every little shadow and texture in every object is finely detailed and looks real in that old Victorian England style.

The mysteries and the story are also nearly perfect." (PC, Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened) 4.5/5

xabmol  +   2422d ago
Sounds interesting. I'm gonna give it a try.

Downloading a demo right now.

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