Archive for category Sorcery
In this Story Trailer, join legendary wizard Dash in a magical tale from deep within the Faerie Kingdom. As his apprentice Finn ventures into unknown lands, he unleashes the fury of the twisted and vengeful Nightmare Queen.
This game is looking really good, and I can’t wait to check it out.
Sorcery is coming exclusively to the PS3 and PlayStation Move on May 22.
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We finally have a update for Sorcery after a long wait. We get to see some more game play too. I think it’s pretty cool you can throw magic spells and put some “english” on it so it’s like a curve ball so to speak. Check out the link below for a Q & A with Sid Shuman & Brian Upton.
That one PlayStation Move game that caught your attention when it was shown during E3 2010? Sony’s Eric Levine has told IGN that the Move exclusive game is still in development and it’s expected to be fully playable during Sony’s Holiday Showcase in New York City next month. In Sorcery you play as a young sorcerer’s apprentice who has to protect his homeland from an evil Queen.
I’m impressed. How come nobody posted even a quick note about Sorcery, the upcoming title SCE will bring us? It was first announced at E3 2010, and it uses the new PlayStation Move controllers. And it is a blast!
You will take the role of a magic apprentice, and must protect people from the evil Nightmare Queen, which broke a pact with men. Inspired by the traditional Irish/Celtic mythology, it will let you use twelve different arcane magics, including manipulating elemental powers, like fire, wind, ice, etc. Heck, you can brew elixirs using the Move controller to “mix” the potions.
It’s just not a hack’n'slash, though. You’ll need to solve puzzles and numerous quests for townsfolk, like rescuing kidnapped children and finding ancient magic in city ruins.
The comparison to the Harry Potter games is inevitable, but Sorcery’s atmosphere looks darker and it seems more polished to me. Its mechanics will be used in all sort of wizardry/sorcery/alchemist games, including the upcoming Harry Potter title itself.
Sorcery will be available in the Q2 2011 (why will it take so long?!? ). E3 presentation after the break…