Broken Sword - A Fan Blog

Broken Sword - A Fan Blog

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rainb0wsick:

I just coated a paperclip in jam and stuck it on the back of my cockroach Trevor and threw a biscuit into a bunch of wires and let Trevor loose so he could reconnect a fuse and get a cable car going again like this game is so ridiculous

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rainb0wsick:

like I just used wax strips on a stuffed dog and stuck it to my face and coated my hair in eye shadow in order to trick a delusional woman into thinking I was her dead husband so I could steal her keys and break into her safe I love this game

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realentertainment:

Top 10 Sidekicks in Gaming  #9
Nico Collard - Broken Sword
Nico Collard is the wonderful sidekick of George Stobbart, though don’t let her hear you calling her a sidekick. She brings class, beauty and above all else a soft cushion to George’s blunt whit. She is a sassy Parisian journalist who will do almost anything to get what she wants. She keeps George from getting himself into trouble… well more trouble.
"Nice Buns!"

realentertainment:

Top 10 Sidekicks in Gaming  #9

Nico Collard - Broken Sword

Nico Collard is the wonderful sidekick of George Stobbart, though don’t let her hear you calling her a sidekick. She brings class, beauty and above all else a soft cushion to George’s blunt whit. She is a sassy Parisian journalist who will do almost anything to get what she wants. She keeps George from getting himself into trouble… well more trouble.

"Nice Buns!"

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d-alpha:

Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars the game of SHOW EVERYONE THAT FILTHY TISSUE YOU FOUND IN THE SEWER.

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eoinbyrne asked: This blog brings back so much nostalgia. I obsessed over BS 1 and 2 when I was in my childhood stages. I know the script like the back of my hand. Truely, thank you for keeping my memories alive. Which is your favourite game entry from the series?

Wow, thanks for your nice message! :)

My favorite Broken Sword game (and favorite video game of all time) will always be the first one. I played it together with my parents and my brother back in 1998. When we got stuck, my grandma bought a walkthrough book and told us over the phone what we needed to do next. So many memories… Just recently I played it again and I’m still discovering new things.

The Sleeping Dragon also has a very special place in my heart. I loved the story, the jokes, the colorful graphics… Exploring the Île Saint-Louis at night will always be one of my favorite video game moments.

What is your favorite Broken Sword game? :)

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