| Name game: Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon |
Platform: PC, PS2, Xbox
Developer: Revolution Software
Publisher: Adventure Company
Release Date: November 17, 2003
Minimum system requirements:
Pentium III 750 MHz, 128 MB RAM, 3D-graphics card with 64 MB RAM, 1 GB HDD
In this regard, my sincere congratulations to the gentlemen admirers! Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon, in spite of all the graphic innovations, remains as it is Broken Sword. Yes, the world has been transformed into three dimensional characters prihoroshilis set of polygons that completely changed management (which its still receive), but the adventurous spirit of the game safely moved to a new body. Yes, and the overall animation style, wonderfully conceals a serious and thoughtful gameplay, survived. Catchy, really "living" characters of the game, I promise, will not leave indifferent even the most phlegmatic "biscuit". In this respect, the game is close to the cinema, traditionally renowned for art to penetrate the very soul of the people.
As well as not undergone changes in the global unfolding events. Once again the tireless journalist Nico and very familiar with the lawyer, George will save the world from the deadly threat. And here's the paradox. Hackneyed idea to bald spots of the global heroism with compulsory saving the world seems to be blue in the face to all the annoying, look at Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon is quite natural and appropriate.The history of the mighty villain Susarro whose activities in the field of the Earth's energy threatens all beings on the planet, as soon as possible brings the player on the other side of the monitor with your head dips in the gaming world.