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Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon Review
9 February 2008
Conclusion: Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon is about as close as you’re going to come to an interactive movie. The game boasts a ton of blockbuster movie-like production values and a story that is one of Chuck Cecil’s best.
Excerpt: The adventure genre has recently been the victim of a cataclysmic earthquake. Having given up all hope for survivors, it’s equally heartening and surprising that Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon has managed to crawl out of the rubble.
Excerpt: Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon is the third game in the Broken Sword series but only Broken Sword fans will probably realize as the game doesn't have the strongest of followings but the games are a cult classic for anyone looking for a great point-and-click adventure game.
Pros: Great cast, Good voice and sound, Very funny plot
Summary: "Graphically Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon is pretty good, it doesn't have all of the fancy effects that other Xbox games have had, but this is more to do with the fact that is has been released across all consoles as well. The animation is excellent, and the scenery is pretty good too.
Pros: Great Story, Excellent Dialogue, Good puzzles, Great Interface
Cons: Not as good graphically as other Xbox Titles, Extremely slow loading titles
Excerpt: Nostalgi. Min første PC var en allerede dengang i 1992 lidt forældet 286´er med 20 mb harddisk og 1kb RAM… eller noget i den stil. Der var dog én type spil, den kunne køre, og det var alle Lucas Arts’ point’n'click eventyrspil. Monkey Island, Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis osv.
Excerpt: Der er sikkert mange, der kan huske de første to farverrige og meget stemningsfulde Broken Sword adventurespil. De har godt nok nogle år på bagen, men ikke desto mindre må man sige, at Broken Sword spillene var nogle af de bedste i deres genre.