Reviews and Problems with The Testament of Sherlock Holmes
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27 October 2013
Summary: I wanted to like this game. I really did. I ended up being more frustrated than relaxed while playing and that clinches it for me. I don't mind puzzles, I really enjoy them. I do not enjoy trying to figure out the analysis of the test tubes with no direction on what I was supposed to do. I do not enjoy the stiff, awful animation. But getting stuck because the AI won't get out of your way? Or game play glitches to the point you have to reload an earlier save?
Summary: While this game can be fun to play, it can quickly become infuriating as well. The menu screens are difficult to navigate and there is no auto save feature. You can spend a lot of time doing something only to find later that it didn't save anywhere in there and you must complete the whole thing again
Summary: This is an old school point and click type game. Puzzles are good and not too hard (well most are not too hard), good story line, fun to play. Not to long so I did not get board. It has a good flow, Really enjoyed it. I played it on a rainy weekend and finished it, and will play it again in a year or so.
Summary: You need lots of time to play this game not a quick game. This is a long enduring game Not similar to CLUE game. It is a good puzzle game continuous puzzles figure out clues making it to the next step to get to the Next game.
possibly the best sherlock holmes by frogwares to date
W. Douh, Amazon
12 July 2013
Summary: the storyline is VERY deep and, dare i say, emotional and shocking also!! the graphics and voice acting are equally amazing too. even sir Arthur Conan Doyle would not have been able to come up with a masterpiece such as this himself!!
Doc Holladay "No sentence should ever begin w..., Amazon
10 July 2013
Summary: The storyline for this game is engaging, and I enjoyed following it, but the animation isn't great.The characters have that lifeless look on their faces, their gestures are few and far between, and their mouths move much like a ventriloquist dummy. My biggest complaint was with many of the puzzles throughout the game.
Summary: When I sat down to play The Testament of Sherlock Holmes for the PS3, I realized that it's just recently that I've returned to the world of point-and-click adventure games. As I have developed a relationship with Focus Home Interactive, who published the game, I thought I would give the game a whirl, especially with a new Sherlock Holmes adventure being released soon by the company. I bought the game for $24 here on Amazon.
Summary: The set pieces are what shines for me in "The Testament of Sherlock Holmes". They are so elaborate and detailed, I could get lost in them for hours. Voice acting and music is absolutely perfect. Only problem I would give it is the packaging. The box my game came in was damaged when it arrived. But it didn't affect the game. Atlus should take up more games like this.