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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1945d ago | review

CheatCC Review: Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars ā€“ The Director's Cut

CheatCC writes: "Thanks to the special control input methods available on the Wii and DS, Nintendo's two current gaming systems seem to be a popular avenue for recycling old-school adventure games of late. For some publishers, taking old adventure games from a decade or so ago down from the shelf, dusting them off, throwing in a few new tricks, and repackaging them for new players seems like a great idea. Still, even the better offerings tend to show their age, and they often fail to fully hold up to current standards." (Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars: The Director's Cut Review, Wii) 3.8/5

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