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PC gamers finally get a stab at Broken Sword: Director’s Cut

Finally! After watching Broken Sword: The Director's Cut released on multiple platforms from Nintendo to Apple in the last year and a half, at long last the upgraded version of Revolution's classic has arrived on PC.

The new, improved version of Shadow of the Templars (or Circle of Blood) includes the same great story of vacationing American George Stobbart and French photojournalist Nico Collard as they investigate a a modern day conspiracy rooted in medieval legend, and adds a host of extras for good measure. Along with all-new playable scenes for Nico, the Director's Cut includes a context-sensitive help system, plus new cutscenes and animations by acclaimed artist Dave Gibbons.

Available only through digital distribution, Broken Sword: The Director's Cut can be purchased now for $9.99 through download portals like The Adventure Shop and GamersGate.

Note: Adventure Gamers is an Adventure Shop affiliate.

Community Comments

Latest comments (7 total)

Just bought it from the Adventure Shop and I am looking forward to playing with it Smile

Aug 31, 2010

This was disapointing edition. Voice acting was changed and modified at some parts, and quality varied greatly. Also the timing of the voice clips was pretty bad. I didn’t like the new “RPG-style” changing emotion pictures with the dialoque, either. What’s more: the dialoque font was too small and the worst thing: Inventory was behind the click, no, no, no!

Aug 30, 2010

Are we any nearer to getting a PS3 version/edition?

Aug 30, 2010

I also heard that some violence was removed for the DC, was it restored for the PC release?

Aug 28, 2010

I wonder if the missing hotspots got restored for the PC version.

Aug 28, 2010

So no widescreen, or no way to make it fit into a widescreen? That’s sad. Anyway, I purchased it, but I prefer the Wii version (playing whole screen) instead of his.

Aug 28, 2010

This is an unexpected but very good news. Smile))))

Aug 28, 2010
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