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Old June 15 2009, 10:14 AM   #1
Jim Steele
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Broken Sword Director's Cut - Wii question

I've recently restarted the original PC version, but I've been wanting to get the Wii version for a while now - is it worth it?

There is a new 2 hour (or so) subplot and many interface/graphical tweaks, which makes me sorely tempted, but I just want to know if that warrants a re-buy.

Does anyone have both?
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Old June 15 2009, 05:41 PM   #2
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Re: Broken Sword Director's Cut - Wii question

I've only played the PC version, which was a lot of fun and had great artwork, but I doubt it's worth paying $50 for 2 extra hours of content. I would just play the PC version now and wait for a price drop on the Wii version if you really love the game and must play the new content.

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