Excerpt: “Elementary, my dear Watson.” With a massive following and growing renewed popularity, Sherlock Holmes games have a huge standard to meet with nearly unattainable expectations and preconceptions of how the game should play.
Excerpt: When Sir Arthur Conan Doyle first set pen to paper, I am sure that he did not know the legacy he would leave behind and I am pretty sure that he was unaware that this legacy would extend to computer games.
Summary: The Testament of Sherlock Holmes gives you exactly what you would expect, a detective came with added puzzle solving. Much like a combination of the CSI games and Myst. The opening sequence of the game with some children going into a loft to discover Watsons journal amongst some puppets and other...
Conclusion: Have you ever wondered what made the great Sherlock Holmes tick? The Testament of Sherlock Holmes tackles that issue, calling into question the motivations behind literature’s greatest and most introverted deductive mind. A compelling story that outlines the fall of Sherlock (or does it?
Pros: Wide variety of deliciously challenging puzzles, Arthur Conan Doyle would be proud of the exquisite story
Cons: Graphics are sometimes painful to watch…especially when they make the children look so creepy, No replay value whatsoever
Summary: " The Testament Of Sherlock Holmes " has classic characters involved in a pretty gripping and increasingly interesting storyline. But unfortunately the game engine is one of, if not the worst I have seen this generation.