Reviews and Problems with Testament of Sherlock Holmes
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W. Douh, Amazon
17 June 2013
Summary: for the record, i still did not finish playing my copy of the game; but, from what i have seen so far,this game has an amazing storyline and graphics. and the puzzles are just as engrossing and thought-provoking. kudos to you, frogwares!!
Summary: Good adventure / puzzle games are such a rare thing these days. The graphics are awesome and the flow of the game is awesome. I really disliked "Walking Dead" and found this game to be astronomically better than it. I highly recommend all the Sherlock games, especially this one.
Summary: The game was challanging and really kept you on the edge of your seat the entire ride. I actually was doubting Holmes for a while. It does help if you have played some of the past few games like Jack the Ripper, Arsene Lupin, and Awakening to catch all the references in there. Loved that it has a M rating because they can do so much more with it than with a T rating. Great game. I can't wait until the Crimes and Punishments game comes out!
Summary: I've played all of the Sherlock Holmes games since I was about 10 years old (including the ones where you had to type in MS DOS commands). They just keep getting better and better. This game was a really good game. The story line was a bit confusing at times, but the game play, the puzzles, and the logic puzzles really made me think. There are smaller puzzles that must be finished to move on to the overall clues.
Summary: Two little girls and a younger boy are exploring an attic. In a corner is a puppet theater with two-foot high puppets. They look remarkably like Holmes and Watson. One falls down and the kids discover a book hidden in his stuffing. The eldest girl starts reading: "And so I decided to pick up my pen to relate the most disturbing episode of my life thus far.