Broken Sword 5: The Serpents' Curse - Part II Crack/Patch

Broken Sword 5: The Serpents' Curse - Part II In this second episode, you will burst out from Paris and London, going on to locations throughout Spanish Catalonia and to deepest Iraq, the birthplace of civilization. This episode ramps up the drama, as well as the difficulty – and concludes the themes set up in the first episode. Charles is currently writing a Director’s Message which will aim to encapsulate the historical themes that he wanted to convey through the game.

Download Broken Sword 5: The Serpents' Curse - Part II Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 74 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1562
Genre Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Revolution Software / Revolution Software

Broken Sword 5: The Serpents' Curse - Part II reviews ( 3 )

experience86, Sep 18, 2014

Revolution has finally made it: after 16 years of waiting we have a chapter of this great adventure which can stand toe-to-toe with the first two installments of the franchise. The graphic of the background and the characters is great. The story is interesting and accelerates from a quiet investigation toward a fast-paced journey around the world. The game is a little too easy, but in the second episodes there are a couple of very tough riddles. The voice acting is perfect, both in english and in italian. I seriously hope Revolution will continue on producing these games, because they're one of the few companies that still understand how an adventure game should be made.

akarnokd, Apr 22, 2014

Now that both parts are released, it plays and feels like a good old point&click game. The voiceover feels a bit polished in the second part, definitely packs more love than before. However, what I still don't get is why Nico is barely playable? The puzzles seemed to be more logical than I remembered, got stuck only twice due to missed hotspots. I would definitely support the next installment.

SenshudoTV, Oct 1, 2015

“Push through the first half to enjoy a great second half.” ‘Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse’ is not quite as good as the first two games in the series, but then very few games are and it is made all the more tragic by the fact that without its first half, it perhaps could have been. But fans of the series and/or genre will find a game which is full of witty dialogue, familiar characters and challenging new puzzles.