Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments Crack/Patch

Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments It is now your turn to truly become Sherlock Holmes and lead your own investigation--actually, your investigations, as 8 captivating cases await you in Crimes & Punishments! Murders, disappearances, spectacular thefts, and other investigations will bring you to the cutting edge of the detective written in the pure tradition of Conan Doyle's novels. Each case offers real freedom to players, who will have to make important moral choices instead of simply enforcing justice by the book. All decisions have an influence in the game, so bear the weight of your choices!

Download Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 79 / 100
User rating
Downloads 2823
Genre Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Focus Home Interactive / Frogwares

Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments reviews ( 7 )

jonas505, Jan 9, 2015

This is a really fun game and a lot better than the previous Sherlock Holmes games. The individual cases are great because it keeps the game interesting. Each case is of a different kind and has its own settings. Its even fun to play this game with a partner and to discuss the clues and leads. The only weak points are some of the mini games (lock picking..) and loading times between scenes. All in all highly recommended!

HarryCYUL, Oct 4, 2014

This game is amazing, looks amazing, plays amazing, sounds amazing, run out and buy it now or wip out your credit card and download this motherf**ken awesome game :)

Spirit25, Oct 5, 2014

This game is a 10. I can hardly find any fault with it. You are the detective and you make the decisions. You decide on the outcome and what your actions shall be. If you are a veteran when it comes to this genre then you might find it easy . . . . cause lets face it - you played them all, you read books, you watch CSI and to appease you is impossible (I actually consider myself a veteran in this genre). If you are a novice you will find this game "very hard" or perhaps you just went with every 1st conclusion that popped up instead of looking further. Now about the game: There isn't just 1 conslusion that ends the case, there are a few and it is up to you to choose one. So ignore all reviews and comments saying that this is a linear game as linear would indicate only 1 answer was availible. The graphics arn't tripple A, but they are still gorgeous and really draws you into the world. Another thing that I love is that it isn't just ONE story, but multiple stories, more than one case that needs solving. There were times where I had the conclusion, but still had to go back to my notes as to pick the "right person" who actually done the murder. Great acting, great animation. Laughed at certain points and frowned at others. This is the most accurate Sherlock Holmes I have ever come across outside the books Bad points: I really can't find any bad points to be honest. Loading times arn't bad except for when the maps where rather quite large and while the game is loading you are watching sherlock driving in a cab with whoever he brought along. Like the game knows if Sherlock is driving alone, when he brought the "best nose in the empire" or with Watson. Now the Map doesn't just appear right after the loading has finished, no you have to click, which is nice as it makes sure you don't miss anything but at first I was reading the hints, waiting for it to load just to find out it already loaded and was waiting for me to click it. This game helps you along the way, but it doesn't spoon feed you. If you hover over something it will notify you that you can examine it, but it will not highlight everything across the room with the click of a button. I can't say that the "mini games" like lock pick and such were very challenging, but still interesting. The "detective mode" isn't really well thought out and I think it should have been better if it was just removed entirely - more like a clone of X-ray mode from the latest batman games. I give this game a ten as I am wanting more. Perhaps drop the "detective mode" (you know where you press "T") and add more challenging "mini games" but keep everything else the same. The best review I could find that I agree absolutely with is:

martingale, Dec 11, 2014

This is a very good game. The voice acting, which is a most problematic point in this genre in general is excellent (especially, Holmes). The graphics are very nice, and you can switch freely between the third person and the first person points of view. Having said that, those that have played earlier Sherlock games (especially The Testament of Sherlock Holmes) may be a bit disappointed seeing the monotonicity of the lock picking puzzles. But, again, the game is about the story, so it's pretty easy to forget about this weakness. All in all, I'd like to see more games at this high level, and I hope that this series of Holmes games will continue for a long time.

tsakiym, Jun 8, 2015

It was a nice game and I enjoyed it very much. No comparison with la noire was better.but this game has a nice vibe. I liked the stories and the road to the decisions

AhmedShehab95, Oct 12, 2014

The Sherlock Holmes Game that you've been looking for! Crime and Punishments is one of the best Holmes games that has ever been made,let's e honest Jack the ripper and The Testament of Sherlock Holmes were a bit of bad games but anyway... this games is a great detecting/solving crimes game if you played L.A Noire you'll like this one for sure. it offers you to choose who are the crime murderers based on your conclusions and your thoughts of the cases. the gameplay is fun you can choose between 1st person or 3rd person view with nice atmosphere and high quality designs of objects,the soundtrack is good too. Crime and Punishments is an enjoyable game and you should def. play it if you are a Homes fan/detective games fan. with some flaws and annoying things-long loading times between locations for example- and little bugs it gets a 7 out of 10.

aadms, Mar 28, 2015

This isn't my cup of tea. Ha-ha. The game play consists of scanning the area and pressing "x" over glowing circles that tell you where to go, what to look at and who to talk to. You have a special scan mode by pressing "R1" that turns the world gray while the clues glow gold for you to click on, then Sherlock Holmes tells you what you are looking at. Interrogations with suspects consists of you selecting all the question options and scanning up and down the person and the immediate surroundings. Then you click "x" when Sherlock is suppose to give his response to the person or persons to tell where this investigation is going. So, it's point and click to unlock the story. God help me, I was so bored. Below-average graphics, below-average voice acting. Horrible loading times invade you when your asking questions! What? Considering this game is only 3.5 GBs, expect a low-low budget experience. This belongs in the "B" game bin,or the $5 bin. I can't imagine what the people on the PS4 thought of this experience.