Broken Sword (Wii) Reviews
Product Type: Ubisoft Wii games
Description:Model ID RVL-RSJP-UKV / Genre: Action & Adventure / Release Date: 2009-03-20 / Published by Ubisoft / Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars ... more
Broken Sword (Wii) ... û Director's Cut for the Wii home video game system from Nintendo builds on the original, boasting a new and explosive narrative interwoven with the first story. After witnessing the brutal and horrifying murder of one of Paris's richest and most influential statesman, the player will be pulled into a sinister conspiracy rooted in a long forgotten medieval legend. New puzzles have been added that specifically utilise Nintendo's unique Wii Remote. The game also features stunning animated facial expressions drawn by Dave Gibbons, artistic genius behind the comic book and upcoming movie Watchmen.
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Customer Broken Sword (Wii) Reviews (4)
by - written on 10/09/11 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Broken Sword - The Shadow Of The Templars - Directors Cut. Nintendo Wii ** The Background of Broken Sword ** Broken Sword was originally released back in 1997 on a few different consoles including the Sony Playstation 1, this was where I first discovered and became slightly addicted to the game, so as you can imagine when I found out there is now a Wii version I found this quite exciting and had to make a purchase, and now I am here to review this purchase for you... ** Broken Sword - The Shadow Of The Templars - Directors Cut - The Game ** Broken Sword - The Shadow Of The Templars - Directors Cut is a strategy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Broken Sword: Shadow of The Templars is a Wii port of the original Broken Sword game. Anyone who's familiar with the original games, or indeed any of the early 90s Point 'n' Click games will love this game. As I said, it's a point 'n' click, in a similar vein to Monkey Island or Day of The Tentacle, but somewhat more serious. You alternate control between the hero George Stobbart and the object of his desires, Nico Collard. It's a nice way of doing things, and it's interesting to see one character visit locations that the other has visited previously. The story is excellent, although it doesn't really pick up until a few hours into the game. This is partly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/05/09 (Very useful, 204 readings)
In the late 80s and early 90s one genre of game dominated my play time. An era before the likes of Doom made FPS all powerful. Way back from GTA3 and its sandbox gaming. The genre was the humble Point 'n' Click (PnC). On consoles the genre was all but forgotten left to PC gamers to pick up the odd title that was until the Wii came. With its pointer system it was ready made for the genre and with everyone else cashing in why couldn't Point 'n' Click makers? The Wii is full of shovelware and remakes so no need to come up with new ideas, get out the old games and re-release them. Could old games like 'Broken Sword' work with modern audiences? I hope so as the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/09 (Useful, 18 readings)
As a fan of the broken sword series from plastation1 through to playstation 2 I was soooo excited to hear that they were releasing Shadow of the Templars for the wii and pre-ordered it straight away. When I first put it on I was a bit dismayed at the quality of the graphics but think this may have had something to do with the fact that I had only recently completed Secret files of Tunguska and the graphics are completely different with Broken sword being more animated and more like the original game. However I soon got over the graphics and believe that any fellow point and click game fan could do the same. They have added extra scenes where you play as Nico and I ... Read the complete review
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