Six investigations packed full of suspects in one game; deductive carelessness can result in the accusation of an innocent party while the perpetrator goes free
June 11, 2014
Focus Home Interactive
Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, XBox 360, XBox One
Crimes & Punishments, the new Sherlock Holmes investigation game scheduled for release in September on PlayStation®4, Xbox One®, PC, PlayStation®3 and Xbox 360®, has gotten an exclusive E3 trailer.
Each of the six investigations in Crimes & Punishments is packed full of suspects who you will be able to identify using the clues gathered at the crime scenes or from the information gleaned during your interrogations. However, although every case may generate a number of potential suspects, you'll still have to determine the real perpetrator of the crime by an astute deduction of the chain of events based on all the evidence you have collected during your investigation.
But beware; if your deductions are incorrect or if you rush to solve a case without assembling all the relevant clues, you may accuse the wrong suspect and condemn an innocent person which, as this new trailer will demonstrate, could have some disastrous repercussions!
From Frogwares and Focus Home Interactive, Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments will be released on PlayStation®4, Xbox One®, PlayStation®3, Xbox 360® and PC in September 2014.