Summary: Sorcery has a lot of... potential. The gameplay works fairly well. Combining spells, blasting enemies, interacting with the world via your motion controller is pretty sweet. The problem is this wears out fast and is deluded by a pretty lame story and little emotional involvement with the story. The variety of monsters is next to none, and after a few hours I was saying, "This is sweet, but I'm just not that into it anymore".
Summary: This is an allright game don't spend alot on it there is nothing to special about this one its like any other rpg magic, fighting, mazes and monsters. it's allright to sit and play for a little bit but when you first beat it the thrill is lost you have no urge to put it in and play nothing to special.
Summary: Too linear and a childish story. Controls could be better. But overall it's a good game to spend some time. Depending on the price it's a good buy. A must buy because it's one of the few games to play with move.
Summary: The promise of this game was the reason I bought a Move controller when it was released and, despite owning a dozen or more Move titles, this is the closest it's come to actually being a worthwhile accessory, but it's still a wasted opportunity. I preferred the look and feel of the original demo (check out the 2010 E3 video on youtube here [...] and thought that the published game could have done without so many still-frame, comic-book cut-scenes.
Summary: Its the first move game I have got, bought it as part of a bundle when I bought my second ps3. Getting used to the move and navigation controllers takes a wee bit of time, but once you get going its a blast, although I can see it being more fun with an audience! Sorcery is a decent enough game to showcase a little of what the move feature is about, but repetativeness is its only let down.
Summary: Will mich jetzt nicht zu weit aus dem Fenster lehnen aber ich finde das Spielprinzip nicht gut. Wir wollten ein Spiel was man zu zweit spielen kann (Freundin und ich) nachdem sie kein CoD möchte :-P Ein wichtiger Tipp wäre dass der Spieler der den Move Controller benutzt, sich rechts hin setzt da sonst der Gegenspieler leicht eine ins Gesicht bekommt vor lauter hin und her wirbeln. Wie man dass als Solo Spieler hinbekommen soll ist mir fraglich.
Summary: Ein zunächst erfrischendes, spaßiges Game, das aber spätestens beim 100sten gleichen Gegner doch sehr ermüdend wird. Hinzu kommen diverse Grafikschwächen und ein verwirrendes Zielsystem. Wie bei fast jedem Move- kompatiblem Game, habe ich mir mehr erwartet...