Excerpt: Players take on the role of Finn in Sorcery on the Playstation 3. He is taunted by a talking cat Erline, which is technically not a cat - but you can learn some things for yourself. He is impatient and lacking discipline. Because of this he unleashes the Nightmare Queen on this fantasy world.
Conclusion: Mortal Kombat brings a lot to the table. With a plethora of modes and game types there really is a great deal of action to keep you busy. Very attractive and lively stages accentuate the artfully crafted and diverse characters.
Excerpt: If there’s anything that Sony’s PlayStation Move is capable of mimicking, it’s the magic wand. Move has a shiny light on the top and is long in design, making it feel very much like casting a wand.
Summary: While Sorcery isn’t the killer app that Move needed, it’s still an enjoyable experience that any fan of things like Harry Potter should give a go, it’s just a shame it has zero replay value. It’s a good 10 solid hours of magical adventure though…
Excerpt: Few games have managed to capture the essence and true potential of the Playstation Move like Sorcery did during its E3 debut in 2010. Gamers got very excited seeing that preview, and most of the hype surrounding the Move can be attributed to this game.