Summary: I played this game back when it first came out and I enjoyed it, maybe not as good as the first two but I still thought it was quite good. When I moved out of my family home, this game was the first game I played out of home and I went through a lot of depression back then.
Excerpt: I purchased The Sleeping Dragon when it was first released, so paid £34.99 for it in HMV, UK. I was younger then so barely computer savvy and didn't consider a walkthrough to help with the more complex levels and parts of the game.
Pros: Good storyline, use of shadow, characters .
Cons: Camera angles . Should offer the option to 'pan' .
Excerpt: Broken sword 3 was the first version of the series to incorporate a non point and click style to the game, it used a normal movement using the analogue buttons, this took away from the game I think, plus numerous bad camera angles didn't help, the point and click style was always best and glad they...
Summary: I HAVE NEVER PLAYED THIS GAME ON PC, i am not sure why but i was a monkey island fan and played this game a lot. my son played it however and it was him who drew my attention to the fact that it was available on PS2, I DIDNT RUSH OUT TO GET IT HOWEVER!
Summary: I expected this to be yet another point and click game which is harder to use on a regular console rather than a PC, but I'm very glad that it isn't that way at all. The game just seems to go on and on and on and that's fantastic if the game isn't boring you and you want it to finish.
Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon (PS2): George is back
5 September 2008
Summary: After playing the first 2 broken sword games i was really excited to know a third was coming out in 3D. I am abit old fashioned and like games that get your mind working and this was no exception to the rest.