Broken Sword: the Director's Cut (iPhone Application) Reviews
Product Type: Revolution software for handheld and PDAs
Description:Publisher: Revolution Software / Genre: Adventure game
Newest Review: ... c(l)ues adds a surprising amount. The speech is, on the whole, very good. The slightly muffled dialogue that marred ... more
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Customer Broken Sword: the Director's Cut (iPhone Application) Reviews (1)
by - written on 08/02/11 (Very useful, 84 readings)
Now here's something I didn't need. Another version of Broken Sword, this time for the iPhone. Over the years, I've bought this game on the PC (twice) and the DS. Even so, when I saw it offered for free as part of iTunes' 12 Days of Christmas promotion, I snapped it up. Why? One very simple reason: it's brilliant! The game is a classic, old-fashioned point and click adventure updated for the new gaming platforms. You take the roles of George Stobbard (an American tourist in Paris) and Nicole Collard (a French newspaper reporter). Both become involved in the hunt for a mysterious "Costume Killer" and join forces to solve the mystery. Their ... Read the complete review
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