Broken Sword 5 - the Serpent's Curse

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Description

Paris in the spring. Shots ring out from a gallery…

A robbery… a murder… and the beginning of another epic, original Broken Sword adventure.

From multi-award winning Revolution Software comes the latest explosive episode in this classic series. Playing as intrepid American George Stobbart and sassy French journalist Nico Collard, you find yourself on the trail of a stolen painting – and a murderous conspiracy. A conspiracy whose roots lie in mysteries older than the written word...

Armed only with logic, integrity and a wry sense of humour - can George and Nico save mankind from disaster?

Can you solve the secret of the Serpent’s Curse? A curse forged by the Devil himself...


Key Features:

  • The latest explosive episode in the iconic Broken Sword series

  • Follow the adventure across Europe and beyond, in classic 2D hand-drawn locations

  • Immerse yourself in the rich storyline and interact with unforgettable characters

  • Experience the very best in adventure gaming: from unique puzzles and deft subterfuge to cipher solving and time-honoured detective work

  • Enjoy the award-winning scripts, and widely praised voice-acting

Customer reviews

70

A weak entry for the franchise

Cavalieroscuro | Sept. 26, 2014 | See all Cavalieroscuro's reviews »

Broken Sword 5 represents the great return from Revolution Software on the classic point and click saga. George and Nico are back, but the adventure is not the best entry for the series. Sadly the plot is very weak, with an epilogue that reach the player too soon, just like if the developers want put an end to the game. On the first part of the game there's a lot of backtracking with some easy puzzles, while during the second episode you won't see the same screen twice, but on the other end is very very short, around a hour. Characters seem having no background at all, even the whole story between Nico and George feel abandoned. It's not a bad game, only decent, but for sure is not the best Broken World you can find.