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Broken Sword: Director's Cut HD
iOS iPad Games
Paris in the Fall… a brutal murder at the Palais Royale. When Nico Collard is invited to interview statesman Pierre Carchon, she finds herself inextricably drawn into a terrifying conspiracy.
One of the all-time classic adventures, multi BAFTA-nominated 'Broken Sword: Director’s Cut' pitches sassy journalist Nico Collard, and intrepid American George Stobbart into a mysterious journey of intrigue and jeopardy. Guide George and Nico on their globe-spanning adventure, exploring exotic locations, solving ancient mysteries, and thwarting a dark conspiracy to reveal the secret truths of the Knights Templar.
Featuring a widely-praised touch interface, 'Broken Sword: The Director’s Cut' introduces an intricate new narrative thread, alongside the classic story that has charmed millions of players. It’s time to experience George and Nico’s worldwide adventure in a whole new way, with brand new puzzles, hilarious new jokes, and the distinctive, rich story that made the series so deservedly renowned. This is adventure gaming at its very best.
"Big screen makes a big difference; superb acting; excellent graphics...The iPad truly is the ideal platform for adventure games." Slidetoplay 4/4 (Must Have)
Named one of '25 Best iPad Games' by GamePro: '... beautiful art, high-quality soundtrack, and fantastic animation'
Featuring higher resolution graphics, and additional features over the iPhone version, which itself received the following rave review:
Broken Sword: Shadow Of The Templars has always been a stellar example of video games' potential as a storytelling medium; now it also serves as a masterclass in porting to a handheld platform. With its glistening presentation, adroit controls and additional content, this is arguably one of the finest titles to appear on the App Store to date.
Digital Spy (5/5)
Full English speech, with subtitles and the option to download additional speech audio (for free) in French, German, Spanish or Italian.
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