Sorcery for PlayStation 3
PS3

Sorcery

May 22, 2012

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: The Workshop
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

The Nightmare Queen has broken the ancient pact with mankind and threatens to cover the land in eternal night. As a young sorcerer’s apprentice, it is up to the player to master the arcane arts and fight back the foul creatures of this magical realm. Sorcery puts the power in the players’ hands using the PlayStation Move motion controller and letting them conjure and command powerful magic as they brave the dark world of the Faerie Kingdoms.

Critic Reviews

27 Reviews
6.69
Tom Mc SheaJun 01, 2012
Sorcery's biggest flaw is that it focuses on the tiresome combat. Considering how strong the other elements are, it's disappointing that you spend the vast majority of the game frantically waggling just to stay alive. It's simply not fun to have your view blocked, your attacks interrupted, and your wrist ache as you try to squash an angry crowd of enemies. Sorcery fumbles its impressive potential by favoring mindless combat over the other enjoyable activities a boy wizard can take part in.
Steven WilliamsonMay 23, 2012
Overall, Sorcery is a bit of a disappointment. There’s some fun to be had out of running around an arena flicking the controller in various directions to send out sparks of magic, but the challenge really ends up being against the shifting camera angles and inconsistency of Move to translate your movements and gestures accurately.
Anthony SeverinoMay 21, 2012
It’s truly saddening. Sorcery is like baking a cake, but with only a teaspoon of sugar, one egg, a pinch of flour, and a tablespoon of baking powder; all of the ingredients are there, but there’s not enough of each ingredient to make the magical game that PlayStation Move owners have been looking for.

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