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A good seven years before Dan Brown stunk up the bestseller lists with his tale of how Tom Hanks found the Holy Grail using just anagrams, Charles Cecil and his team at Revolution were taking the point ’n’ click world by storm with their own religion-flavored conspiracy thriller. Templar Knights, shady assassins, French people… as a who’s who of shifty ne’er-do-wells, Broken Sword packed them
Brothers in Arms is a game with a tactic. And that tactic is this: you can suppress the enemy with one lot of soldiers, then flank around and finish them with another. This is initially quite satisfying – and it’s a nice change from run ’n’ gun titles like Call of Duty – but notice how we didn’t say tactics, plural? That’s because there is only the one.
Who doesn’t love a bit of Bubble Bobble? Unlike the disaster that was Bubble Bobble Double Shot on DS, this version sticks to the endearing basics, and is all the better for it.
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