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Submitted by JoeMatar 827d ago | review

Broken Sword: Director’s Cut Review | Hardcore Droid

Revolution Software’s point-and-click adventure, Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars, was first released in 1996. It has since been re-released multiple times on various platforms. The Director’s Cut has now made it to Android, featuring modified touch screen controls and—addressing how the game’s been repeatedly trotted out—new content in the form of original artwork, extra puzzles, and significant storyline additions. (Android, Broken Sword: Director's Cut, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Revolution Software) 3.5/5

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