Summary: Sorcery was announced before the PlayStation Move had even graced a store shelf, and it quickly became the most promising motion title out of Sony's small stable of software. Unfortunately, the spell-slinging adventure never made it in time for launch, with the Move launching in 2010 and this review...
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.
Fun fantasy for teens has memorable story and characters.
Common Sense Media
22 June 2012
Summary: Parents need to know that Sorcery is a fantasy action game that requires Sony's PlayStation Move, a wand-shaped motion-control peripheral. Players are urged to use the PlayStation Navigation controller in their other hand, but you can make do with a standard PlayStation 3 DualShock controller.
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: When you're a spellcaster in training, every monster in the realm wants a chance to knock you down a peg. But as you learn in Sorcery, a lone goblin is no match for a mighty sorcerer, even one who's still a boy.
Pros: Pleasant visual design, Flexible alchemy
Cons: Horribly balanced combat encounters, Troublesome camera, Tedious boss fights