Reviews and Problems with Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror
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Value for money 10
The Smoking Mirror
16 May 2012
Excerpt: "Broken Sword 2: The Smoking Mirror Platform: Playstion One Genre: Action/Adventure Publisher: THQ Price: Varied The Smoking Mirror: The second installment of Broken Sword and my favourite one in the series, George Stobbartt along with Nico Collard goes on another journey across the sea to stop an eclipse from darkening all mankind. They travel to places such as Paris (Montfaucon again) Marsielles, Quaramonte and London and visits places ...
Pros: Scenes, Characters, Puzzles, Play has Nico as well, Everything else ! ! !
Excerpt: "...tickling sequel to the magnificent broken sword. To adventure; you must perform 'point-and-click' actions to guide George from the horiffic backstreets of paris to the high mounds of new mexico on an adventure to save his girlfriend nico, the world and innocent victims from the dreaded 'Kahns' captivity. ::: Requirements A memory card unit is not necessary required but HIGHLY recommended. This game can take months of patience in order to solve ...
Pros: challenging, adventurous and extensive gameplay
Excerpt: "I have never played the first game i only own this game through my boyfriend giving me his playstation when he upgraded to a playstation 2. I am only half way through the game and already i am stuck, i find it hard to do some of the levels as if you dont do the actions in the correct sequence you have to start again. It may be because i'm a girl maybe i cant understand the concept or maybe i played the game for too long. I will need more time to try ...
Excerpt: "Broken Sword 2 is everything a sequel should be and more. All that needs to be different in a sequel to a point and click adventure is the storyline (including location and, when appropriate, atmosphere) and the puzzles. This is what BS2 has done, and it has done it with style! The Puzzles are as entertaining and gratifying as ever, only this time around they're much harder. Visually it's unaltered (except for the lush, exotic scenery), but why ...
Excerpt: "Broken Sword 2 is everything a sequel should be and more. All that needs to be different in a sequel to a point and click adventure is the storyline (including location and, when appropriate, atmosphere) and the puzzles. This is what BS2 has done, and it has done it with style! I use the term sequel (this term is used liberally in gaming- Perfect Dark?), although perhaps a more accurate term would be follow-up games, as the plot picks up from ...
Pros: if you liked BS2 you MUST buy this
Cons: none if your a fan of the original, but not everyone's thing