- Platform: Nintendo Wii
- ESRB Rating: Teen
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Explore every inch of the game in order to solve the puzzles. View larger.
New animation by Dave Gibbons adds dimension to the game. View larger.
A new narrative is seamlessly integrated into the original story. View larger.
Classic, Puzzle-Driven game play with Wii-Specific Controls
Like the original, Broken Sword features puzzles and brain-teasers that are woven into the narrative of the game. Players have to come up with solutions to problems that are encountered during the game in order to move forward with game play. Broken Sword takes advantage of the Wii's motion controls to introduce new, interesting puzzles. In order to solve some puzzles, for example, you'll have to use the Wii remote to turn dials and push blocks.
New Graphics and Animations
The detailed graphics and animation are drawn by Dave Gibbons, the artist behind the graphic novel and movie "Watchmen." The game features a style that makes it look like an animated movie, and this version adds a new first-person perspective when interacting with objects and people in order to increase the sense of immersion.
Beautiful Music and Soundtrack by Barrington Pheloung
Famed composer Barrington Pheloung composed the original score for Broken Sword and has expanded it for this Director's Cut. The original voice cast has also returned to add new parts for the newly expanded version of the game. All of this adds up to a rich experience.
Exclusive Two-Player Mode for the Wii
Instead of going at it alone, you can add a second player to the fray in the Wii version. Two cursors show up on the screen, and one player becomes the main player while the second highlights areas of interest on the screen. Working co-operatively adds another dimension to the game and allows the game to be enjoyed simultaneously by two players.