Rock solid voice acting and lovely music. What more do you want?
A bit of clipping here, a flickering texture there, the occasional ropey bit... Ultimately, they’re minor flaws in what is otherwise a decent-looking game.
Initially a tad finicky, the game’s various systems are streamlined, for the most part, and the combat sections are pretty good fun.
Five main cases, numerous side cases, and other activities translate to a generous runtime, and make for the most varied and expansive Sherlock game to date.
Not necessarily a bad list, but one that is primarily made up of missable objectives and some that demand you make specific choices during the story, dictating the way you play. Not exactly ideal.