Push Square: "You’ll feel like you’re playing as a psychopath at points in Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments – but that’s part of what sets this adaptation of the iconic character apart. The star’s incredible intelligence is married with an almost perverse lust for murder, and the moral aspects suggest that it’s not necessarily justice that the protagonist seeks. It’s a bit of a shame, then, that these themes aren’t pushed even further during the course of the campaign, but it’s hard to complain about the content that is on offer. With six varied cases and some challenging crimes to unravel, this title will definitely test your powers of deduction – and as a consequence, it’s entertaining when you commit to the right conclusion. Poor voice acting and obnoxious back tracking let it down – but this is still on the right side of the law as far as we’re concerned."