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Broken Sword 5 slithers out December 4, now episodic

Broken Sword 5 slithers out December 4, now episodic

Nostalgia-plying games crowdfunded as the gold rush began are gathering pace, breaching from industry veterans' nebulous realm of "Wouldn't it be cool if?" into our world, our lives, our homes.

To make good on its plan to release Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse this year, Revolution Software has split the adventure game into two parts. The first will arrive December 4, the developer announced today, followed by the second in January 2014.

Read more: $15 per episode or $25 for both »

"I can live with that. That's a pretty short break between episodes. I really hope they don't ..."
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Broken Sword: The Serpent's Curse coming to Vita

Broken Sword: The Serpent's Curse coming to Vita

Revolution Software has announced that Broken Sword: The Serpent's Curse is coming to the PlayStation Vita. This joins the already-announced platforms of PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, and Android.

Watch: The debut trailer »

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Beneath a Steel Sky 2 coming despite missing Kickstarter goal

Beneath a Steel Sky 2 coming despite missing Kickstarter goal

Revolution Software's Kickstarter campaign to crowd-fund Broken Sword: The Serpent's Curse was a huge success, doubling its initial goal of $400,000. While it smashed through several stretch goals, it fell short of the big, exciting target for $1,000,000--a sequel to dystopian adventure game Beneath a Steel Sky. Happily, Revolution now says that it'll go ahead and make that anyway.

Read more: Original Beneath a Steel Sky is free, if you fancy it

"You should also give Gemini Rue a try. It's a newer, better, uglier game in the same vibe."
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Broken Sword: The Serpent's Curse joins Kickstarter to go publisher-free

Broken Sword: The Serpent's Curse joins Kickstarter to go publisher-free

Another long-running adventure series is seeking crowd funding through Kickstarter. Broken Sword: The Serpent's Curse from Charles Cecil and Revolution Software is seeking $400,000 in an attempt to break away from the "traditional publishing model."

Read more: Traditional model has gotten in the way of royalties »

"The Broken Sword games were awesome. I even liked the fourth one though it was pretty different. ..."
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