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Sorcery- PS3

Sorcery- PS3
alaScore 87

37 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 37 reviews of Sorcery- PS3. The average rating for this product is 3.4/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. People really like the story and action. Many are negative about the graphics. The controls and gameplay get mixed opinions.

action, story

graphics

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Sorcery- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 37 reviews)

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Sorcery Review

 

Aggravating combat overwhelms the elements that could have made Sorcery enjoyable.

Pleasant visual design ; Flexible alchemy

Horribly balanced combat encounters ; Troublesome camera ; Tedious boss fights

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...

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Sorcery Review

 

The Playstation Move has been available for a year and a half now, and one of the earlier titles we got to see demonstrated on Sony's motion control platform for the PS3 was Sorcery. Unfortunately, some delays have put this game's launch date well past...

I went into Sorcery quite skeptical about this game that seemingly went into development limbo for a while, but now I'm glad it made it back out and onto store shelves. It's got decent motion controls that give you a unique handle on the action, and...

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Sorcery Review

 

Sorcery is one of those games where you go, “Hey, this is pretty damn good…it just isn't knock-me-down great.” There isn't anything critically wrong with the production and in fact, the combination of a beautiful presentation and inspired motion...

The Ugly: “No ugly. Just intermittent frustration.”

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Sorcery Review

 

It may be hard to believe, but Sorcery has finally arrived on the PlayStation 3. Was it worth the wait? Time to find out.

I liked Sorcery a lot, but the game doesn’t quite rise to the level that many of us expected with such a lengthy development period. The Workshop should be commended for creating one of the best PlayStation Move games, but I think most gamers will...

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Sorcery

 

When the Playstation Move was announced a few years ago at E3 it wasn't all that surprising that Sony entered the motion gaming arena. Two years

On paper Sorcery is a game that seems perfectly suited for the launch Playstation Move, not a game to come out for the platform two years after its release. Sorcery ends up being held back by a lack of creativity. It manages to use the Playstation Move...

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Sorcery Review

 

Sorcery finally arrives, but is it the magical wonder we were promised?

Sorcery is not everything one would wish for out of a Move title. However, this is a great title to experience both the Move and an action adventure title with magical elements. Suffice to say, this game might not get the respect it deserves, but it...

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Sorcery

 

O, the wizard's staff has a knob on the end. It does! It does!" Funnily enough, so does the PlayStation..

Sorcery does have a few minor shortcomings, but overall it's a beautifully presented Move title, which is surprisingly fun to play. Your budding young wizards will most likely love it.

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Sorcery PS3 Review

 

If there's anything that Sony's PlayStation Move is capable of mimicking, it's the magic wand. Move has a shiny light on the top and is long in design, making it feel very much like casting a wand. It goes without saying then, that a game that allows...

Sorcery is a smartly made motion controlled experience that finds the ideal level of what makes such a game really work. The controls definitely feel reliable, and, even if the core experience is overly short, repetitive and, in ways, a little bland,...

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Sorcery Review

 

If you’re absolutely desperate for a Move game you could do worse, but Sorcery is really nothing more than a relatively irritating, disappointing curio.

Controls are initially satisfying; Maybe some kids will dig it?; It gets better later on

Combat is frustrating and cumbersome; Controls ultimately aren’t precise enough; Frustrating camera; Very repetitive and unimaginative; Graphics aren’t great

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Sorcery Review

 

Aggravating combat overwhelms the elements that could have made Sorcery enjoyable.

Pleasant visual design ; Flexible alchemy

Horribly balanced combat encounters ; Troublesome camera ; Tedious boss fights

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...

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