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Saturday, February 24, 2007

Ordinary but Extraordinary

NY Times Report: One normally wouldn’t go to a New York bail bondsman for help in searching for the ancient treasure of the Knights Templar, but George Stobbart is no ordinary bail bondsman.

As the protagonist of the Broken Sword adventure game series, George has spent a lot of time on the trail of the Templars. So it’s unsurprising that in Secrets of the Ark: Broken Sword IV, developed by Revolution Software and Sumo Digital for the PC, a beautiful woman asks for his help with an ancient manuscript. As goons set on killing the woman bang on the door, George does what any hero would: he grabs his golf club and sneaks out the window.
special invention, a portable, extensible golf club, to overcome every obstacle. At one point, he escapes from a prison using only a handful of children’s toys.
The previous game in the series, Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon, released in 2003, tried to reinvent the adventure genre. It threw out the mouse-driven point-and-click interface common to such games, tossed in stealth sequences and some mild actioon.More

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