Submitted by sharpsword 1234d ago | review

Sorcery Review | Tech-Gaming

Take away Sorcery’s engaging gesture-based mechanic, and you’d be left with a pedestrian adventure destined for the bargain bin; thus explaining the requirement for Sony’s device. Yet, considering the title’s intrinsic tie to the peripheral, Sorcery can offer a satisfying experience, charming a roomful of hopeful Harry Potters with absorbing spell casting. (PS3, Sorcery) B-/A+

sharpsword  +   1234d ago
Ouch. B minused?

This was part of the reason why I bought a Move.
NastyLeftHook0  +   1234d ago
b is a great score.
Dante112  +   1234d ago
I know, since when is a B- a horrible score? It also got an A+ too.
madmad  +   1234d ago
Never buy hardware based on what you think will come out.

Only buy on what actually is released. I'm still waiting for the N64DD here.
jjdoyle  +   1234d ago
RaptorMan  +   1234d ago
I try to never buy full price.
deserteaglexix   1234d ago | Spam
CharmingMan  +   1234d ago
I was hoping PS+ players would get a demo when they releases this as a download prepurchase.
mediastudies  +   1234d ago
Score seems about right for this one.
smashcrashbash  +   1234d ago
First of all what is wrong with a B-? Many full fledged non motion control games don't get that kind of score. Also isn't that basically the rule with most motion control games. What would games like Conduit and most of Kinect's games be without the motion control gimmick? Pedestrian games destined for the bargain bin. So what's your point?
sharpsword  +   1234d ago
If the game didn't control, no one would notice it and I would probably get a D or lower.

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