Reviews and Problems with Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars
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Great point and click adventure!
Nathaniel Saunders, Amazon
26 October 2009
Summary: This is a great point and click adventure. I never played the original title back in 96 and I am glad they decided to port it on to the ds. Great story with deadly clowns and other interesting characters. Some of the puzzles are a bit dumb but overall they fit well into the game.
Summary: really enjoyed playing this game. finished it in about 47 hours. it was difficult at times to move the people with the stylus, wish it was a little easier to move them, but it did get better. really enjoyed a change from my normal game play.
Summary: A classic point-and-click adventure game. Not in league with Monkey Island 2, but then again, no games are. The storyline is well written but based around too much talking to other people, which makes the game a bit slow.
Summary: I picked up this game after reading all of its positive reviews and about how it is considered a classic in the genre. Apparently it's a port of a PC game of the same name, but I only got into adventure gaming on the DS so I haven't played the original.
Summary: The game has a great story, interesting characters, and sometimes challenging puzzles--although, the game allows you to request extra hints. Some of the reviews I read about the game raved about the use of the creative use of the dual screen for cut-scene animations; however, this is not a reason to...
Excerpt: I have always been a fan of point and click games, so when I heard that one of my favorites was going to be made for the DS, I knew I had to have it. Broken Sword is a great murder mystery game that has been made for many platforms in the past with the most popular being on the PC.
Excerpt: BROKEN SWORD – SHADOW OF THE TEMPLARS NINTENDO DS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- -- - - Back in the olden days, when fields ruled the world, before first person shooters and your Call of Duties etc, the computer gaming world was mostly taken up by Adventure...
Pros: Hours of fun, sexy video game french woman ! ! ! ! puzzles that can be solved using brain cells ! ! !
Cons: its from 1996, so some may have already played it, and added stuff is only little
Summary: I haven't played this one much yet as I'm busy with another one but I expect to enjoy it just the same as the others I have, puzzle type games are the ones I like it helps keep this granny's brain active.
Excerpt: The broken sword games are one of the few point and click adventure games that are still being made. Whilst most game development companies chose the less risky "fancy graphics and franchises" route it was glad to see that some stayed behind to create more witty games for puzzle lovers the world...