Summary: This i did enjoy one of my fav games on the psx and it delivers again on the GBA.The story awsome characters the same graphics ...yeah... let down by somethings but a good buy if u have it on psx dont buy the GBA verson but if u dont think about it 8/10.
Summary: This game is pretty sweet. The control is pretty easy to learn. The sound is not too good. The graphics for this game are pretty good. Then the fun factor a 4.5. I should say if you have not played this game yet then you better should. Or at least rent it.
Conclusion: i have this on the gba but this version feels new and fesh. i have hardly put it down scinse i got it, it is so extremely fun and the inclusion of the new content is great. a good hint options and voice acting is hillariously funny. if you like point and click games then this is a must buy.
Conclusion: I remember Broken Sword from when it was available on the PS1 and thankfully, the Wii version has remained relatively the same. I admit, playing the same game twice would be quite repetitve and boring but there are new added extras in this version where at the start you get to play Nico Collard and puzzles that I've never seen before were added in here and there to get you thinking.
Conclusion: While B.S directors cut stays true to the original that was released on PC and PS1, the added enhancements fit in perfectly with the game structure, the story remains the same other than the cleverly inserted scenes where you take control of the female protagonist Nico Collard, she gets her own mini adventure inbetween George's.
Conclusion: If your a broken sword fan you'll know that BS1 is the best (or on par with BS2) broken sword game Revolution have made. Bringing it back onto the Wii was a great move, i just wish there were more games like it for the wii.