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How Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments finds clues in a suspect's sweat

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Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments has a few clever crime-solving features, but its sharpest is stylistically borrowed from the Sherlock BBC series. Before starting an interview with a suspect, you can thoroughly examine their every physical feature — the sweat on their brow, the condition of their suit, the quality of their haircut — to gain ammunition against them in future conversations. It's a slick effect, as seen in the Overview video posted above.