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Games2C: Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars - The Director's Cut Review

This retro gaming does not work to BS's detriment though. Point and click slows the pace and gives gamers time to really get their head around the puzzles – that still remain as inventive and fresh as ever. You'll be spending your time conversing with in–game characters to pick up clues, finding items, finding others items, combining said items, before then progressing to new stages. It sounds boring but it's not – the game is a good 14 to 16 hours of engrossing good old fashioned storytelling – and that type of classical quality easily stands the test of time.

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