The lights are on
Frogwares and Focus Home Interactive have announced their next Sherlock Holmes title. Crimes & Punishments will be coming to PC and consoles this year.
In the reveal trailer for the title, you’ll see Holmes investigate, interrogate, and subdue suspects. Players will need to explore crime scenes and question those involved in order to deduce the perpetrator’s identity.
Frogwares and Focus Home Interactive are no strangers to Sherlock Holmes. The duo released The Testament of Sherlock Holmes in 2013. Read on here for our review.
Sherlock Holmes: Crime and Punishments is slated for release this year. It's coming to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.
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I bought Testament of Sherlock Holmes in a bundle and was surprised by how good it was. These are pretty fun adventure games.
Wasn't aware of the first one but this looks interesting.
I still have Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened on my computer. I need to get to that one.
Despite the bugginess of the last game, I still enjoyed it. Looking forward to this one as well.
I really want to play this, even though I haven't played the other Sherlock game.
I expected to read the comments and see tons of "This looks stupid" and "Who buys this crap"
I've never played these but they always looked really passable to me though. But it sounds like most of you guys enjoy them?
Lol no Xbox One release.
My wife loves these so definite PS4 buy for me.
My daughter is going to love this
I'll definitely check this out! I miss adventure games.
I'll have to keep this game on my radar. I thought The Testament of Sherlock Holmes wasn't that bad.
awesome. gonna tell this to my friend!
Never heard about this game before now, shocked at how big of a Triple A production they're putting out here. Wonder if they're going for a Heavy Rain style narrative or something. . .
This actually looks REALLY good. I might have to get it when it comes out.
I love how they are taking some aspects from the BBC show and putting it into the game, and I think it'll be good, but the facial animations look so stiff, I feel like it could be a detractor. But everything else about this screams cool.