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Reissues, remakes and belated sequels

This has never been the place to come for gaming news [or anything else – FFG reader] but amongst the avalanche of announcements and new releases, I noticed a couple of things relevant to our interests here: Firstly, the cel-shaded shooter XIII is back on GOG, having previously been de-listed for some reason or other, […]

Review: Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse

Hi there. Hope you’re having a good summer. The rusty old reviewing machine cranks into life again, as we take a look at the latest in the Broken Sword series, The Serpent’s Curse.

The Serpent’s Curse: Part 2

It’s taken me a while to get around to it, but I recently played through the second part of the latest Broken Sword game, The Serpent’s Curse. I thought I’d share some brief thoughts [gee, thanks! – a reader]. I think I was expecting to not enjoy the second part as much as the first […]

Touch My Tissue IV: “Did I show you my tissue?”

Hello there. From boldly going where no-one has gone before, I’m back on more familiar territory today, with the fourth game in the Broken Sword series: The Angel of Death.

I love Paris, in the fall

Hello. Our series of retrospective discussions continues, as Stoo, Jo and myself take a look back at Broken Sword. We hope you’re enjoying these, and hope to do more, but watch out for some brand-new reviews in the near future.

Georgie Porgie, Pudding and Pie

Hello there. It’s been a while since there’s been anything from me, but at least I have a good excuse. How’s married life? It’s good, thanks. Thanks for asking. Anyway, we can’t stand around here waffling all day. How about a review, of Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon, instead? Expect a return to semi-regular updates […]

Touch my tissue

Before I went on holiday (which seems like an age ago, incidentally) I bought myself Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars – The Director’s Cut. I have reasonably fond memories of the PC original and the feeling had always persisted that I was perhaps a bit harsh on it when I reviewed it, so I […]