Ampliamente reconocida como una de las mejores aventuras gráficas jamás escritas, el juego sigue las andanzas del intrépidos aventureros George Stobbart y Nico Collard en una misteriosa aventura de intriga y engaño, en la que se enfrentarán a poderosos enemigos y antagonistas que no se detendrán ante nada para conseguir sus malvados propó
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 2 de Dic, 2009

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7.9/10 – Gamespot

“This is a sequel that has it all: laughs, danger, drama, romance… and a lucky lump of coal.”
9.5/10 – Alternative Magazine Online

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Ampliamente reconocida como una de las mejores aventuras gráficas jamás escritas, el juego sigue las andanzas del intrépidos aventureros George Stobbart y Nico Collard en una misteriosa aventura de intriga y engaño, en la que se enfrentarán a poderosos enemigos y antagonistas que no se detendrán ante nada para conseguir sus malvados propósitos.

La oportunidad de descubrir una siniestra organización criminal desvela el poder arcano de una antigua civilización. Terror y tormento, sacrificios rituales y sangrientas masacres se esconden tras el velo de un misterio Maya. Secuestros, tesoros robados, enigmas astronómicos, y mortíferos venenos son asuntos triviales para la pareja de aventureros: ¡fuerzas divinas amenazan con destruir la humanidad! Nervios de acero, ingenio y astucia serán esenciales para completar esta desafiante aventura. ¡Una aventura que te dejara un buen dolor de cabeza y el corazón a mil por hora! ¿Estás preparado para el desafío?

  • Más de 60 personajes con los que interactuar

  • Gran cantidad de escenarios altamente detallados

  • Cientos de desquiciantes puzzles y pistas que encontrar

  • Excelentes secuencias animadas tradicionalmente

  • Una cautivadora banda sonora del mundialmente famoso compositor BarringtonPheloung

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    • Sistema Operativo: 98/WindowsXP/Vista

    • Procesador: Pentium o equivalente

    • Memoria: 16 Mb

    • Tarjeta Gráfica: Tarjeta compatible con Direct X 5.0

    • DirectX®: 5.0 o superior

    • Disco Duro: 20 Mb

    • Sonido:Tarjeta de Sonido compatible con DirectX

    • SO: OS X versión Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3 o posterior
    • Disco Duro: 1 GB de espacio libre
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Publicado: 16 de Septiembre
Perfecta secuela de una de las mejores aventuras gráficas de todos los tiempos.
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13.1 h registradas
Publicado: 17 de Agosto
Excelente aventura y excelente segunda parte

Menos reconocida y famosa que el primer Broken Sword, esta segunda parte es sin embargo una aventura mas completa y redonda. Historia y personajes estan muy bien planteados y el desarollo de la aventura es muy divertido y dinamico. Todo encaja perfectamente, la trama, los detalles, los puzzles...incluso los frecuentes toques de humor.

Todo ello convierte a Broken Sword 2 en una aventura magnifica y muy bien diseñada. Es sin duda, al igual que la primera parte, una de las mejores aventuras "point & click" clasicas que nos podemos encontrar y lo es por meritos propios.

Y hay que felicitar a los guionistas de los dos primeros Broken Sword. Esta gente se centro en los templario y las profecias mayas ... 15 años antes de que se pusieran de moda. Bien por ellos.

Una aventura recomendable para muchos ... y que deberia ser imprescindible para algunos.


8/10
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8.7 h registradas
Publicado: 8 de Septiembre
Que decir. La continuacion del 1, en todos sus aspectos. Si te gusto el primero este es mas de lo mismo y mejor. Lugares exóticos, personajes carismaticos y una buena historia.

Recomendado 100% para los amantes de la saga o del género. Ademas por un precio muy muy bajo te llevas los 3 primeros juegos.

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Publicado: 23 de Junio
Let me just start off with saying i'm not a huge fan of the Point and Click genre, but when I saw Broken Sword 2 it looked like a pretty cool game. When I first booted up the game the menu was lacking in detail, but that was not what I was here for. When I got into the game I was greeted with a honestly cool cartoon for the first part of the game. So then there I was in the game that I would love. The story is great, characters are great, point and click mechanics are great, great puzzles, ETC.
Overall 10/10
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24.6 h registradas
Publicado: 12 de Agosto
An excellent sequel to the classic Broken Sword. It has all the compelling adventuring and puzzle solving of the first game, this time much of it in South America. The main remastering is the addition of portraits of the characters during dialogue to make conversations less boring. A highly recommended and under-rated adventure game, especially if you like the first Broken Sword.
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5.1 h registradas
Publicado: 15 de Julio
As much fun as the first, I thought Broken Sword 2 was even more enjoyable. The art style and the voice acting and writing are excellent, and I felt very engaged with the story and the puzzles. That said many puzzles, even the early ones were too difficult for me without a bunch of hints, but at least the game acknowledges that with the in-game hints, and it's quite possible that has more to do with me being terrible at puzzles than with the game! Really enjoyed, a must-buy for anyone who likes point and click adventure games, and I'm looking forward to playing the next installment.
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Publicado: 31 de Agosto
Classic. Nice story. Has few easter eggs. Runs on GNU/Linux. What else do you need?
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Publicado: 2 de Octubre
Beautifully animated 2D graphics, great humour and improved gameplay! Loved the first one and I'm loving this too.
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6.2 h registradas
Publicado: 24 de Octubre
Enjoyable romp that's not quite as epic as the first game, but the graphics are slightly improved and it's still an enjoyable adventure.
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5.1 h registradas
Publicado: 10 de Octubre
Lovely presentation, very sharp dialog, great characters and a huge barrel of fun! I haven't had a game that made me laugh for eons!
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9.2 h registradas
Publicado: 27 de Junio
The game comes with Spanish and Italian voices. Why does Steam say no?
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Publicado: 23 de Julio
tl;dr scoreboard:
+ George Stobbart is still one of the most likeable protagonists around
+ Somewhat interesting premise
+ Great HD comic book bundled in the game
+ Remaster hotspots eliminates pixel hunting
- Limited interaction between George and Nico
- Jungle locations aren't the most interesting
- Being a dickbag can kinda break the immersion
- Your characters can at times be really slow
- The Remaster HD portraits don't fit with the rest of the game

The Smoking Mirror IMHO doesn't reach the greats of The Shadow of the Templars. Smoking Mirror deals with Central American mythology, which should be as interesting as the Knights Templars in the first game... unfortunately, it isn't. Much of the game is spent in the Caribbean jungle, which just isn't as interesting or vibrant as Paris and the rest of the first game was. Furthermore, George and Nico are separated for much of the game, which sucks as their banter really is a high point of the series!

A big problem, as I see it, is also that the ethics of George and Nico seem to bounce all over the place: They seem like nice, respectful people - until they suddenly start smashing priceless artifacts, trapping people to steal their private property and causing harm to innocents to accomplish their own goals. All while smiling and cracking jokes. Some of these actions go very poorly with the usual likeability of the two protagonists, and can tend to break immersion at points and make the game a little too Monkey Island'ish. Monkey Island never took itself seriously - Broken Sword 2 seems unsure of whether it wants to or not.

Also, due to your characters having to walk pre-defined pathes, when at sections of the game that require a lot of running around, the game can seemingly slow to a crawl. It's not as bad as a game like Syberia, but the impatient will probably be annoyed.

There are animated sequences in this game, but they are few, far apart and all end very abruptly. It's like watching Disney on a budget!

The "Remastered" edition, unfortunately, is really a detriment to the game, as the new HD portraits don't fit with the classic graphics AT ALL, and much of the time breaks the immersion, as the portraits have a very limited range of emotions.

Still, the old George Stobbart charm is still present, and his witty remarks really carry a game that would otherwise somewhat suck. All in all, though, this is by far the worst of the original 3 Broken Sword games, and, really, should be skipped by anyone who is not a dedicated fan of the series.
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Publicado: 28 de Agosto
LOlL, so cool, it made me remember "Atlantis ,,," , i can't stop playing this and can't wait to buy all of this. 10/10
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5.0 h registradas
Publicado: 21 de Septiembre
A.K.A. The One With The Goat.
Love it. Every bit as much as I loved it when it first came out. Even more so than the first installment.

One of the best adventure games ever! (...and then they went to 3D and made a mess of it)
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9.0 h registradas
Publicado: 14 de Julio
I'm going to BARELY give this one the thumbs up. This game felt much like most sequels to popular movies are rushed and not done quite as well as its predecessor. Ever seen Ocean's Twelve? Indiana Jones: Temple of Doom? Jaws 2? Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen? Quantum of Solace? Grease 2? Son of the Mask? Now I'm not saying that all of these movies were downright terrible, although many of them were pretty bad. What I'm trying to show is that none of these ever lived up to the first movie in the series and this game is unable to live up to the high standard of Broken Sword 1 (If you would like, I have a review on Broken Sword 1 as well). Few movies and video games ever do, but they are out there that can match and sometimes do better. Monkey Island 2? Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers?

The story seemed like a quick weekend brain storming session that they slapped together (I ended up finding the game to be very linear and lacking in plot), the character interactions were unpleasant (I feel in love with the characters of George and Nico, but in this game they act like jerks and lost much of their apeal. And the sunglasses, really?), and the puzzles were slightly more simplistic than the first. So pretty much everything I had enjoyed before was now gone.

I do understand that if people become attached to a video game or movie series that it is possible to overlook these not so great aspects and still enjoy what others find to be terrible. For me, Monkey Island and Indiana Jones fall into this category. People will continue to complain about Escape from Monkey Island, Temple of Doom, and Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. I can see where these people are coming from, but surprisingly enough, none of them bother me. If you are a die hard fan of Broken Sword 1, you should probably get this game. If not, you could probably live without it.

Check out my other point and click adventure reviews on my page!
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Publicado: 29 de Octubre
I wrote a review for this game, it is too weird for this forum, please go here to read it.

http://ricepixel.blogspot.jp/2014/07/indy-hobo-played-broken-sword-ii.html

I also playalyzed this game which you can watch here:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYBJxdpXNnt7ELcc_DEnuJaWN8UZde1kG
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Publicado: 8 de Septiembre
I was looking forward to replaying a childhood favourite of mine.
But the big circles pointing out everything I can click....that's just completely bypassed what was good about the game for me. There's no reason to spend time combing over everything, no need to use any observation skills or even think about anything at all because everything is nicely highlighted to make it easy.

This IS a good game, but do yourself a favour and go emulate the PS1 version without all the pointless crap they have added in this one.
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Publicado: 21 de Septiembre
This is an okay point and click adventure game, which took me around 9 hours to beat. This remastered edition does add some nice touches to make the story more cohesive, so it is worth playing if you liked Shadow of the Templas, the first (and still the best) game in the series.
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Publicado: 15 de Febrero
La secuela de la mitica aventura grafica Broken Sword, en su edición remasterizada que no añade nada nuevo, pero mejora la calidad de audio y le practica un lavado de cara a los graficos. Compra obligatoria si te gustó el primero. Aunque son historias diferentes, es muy recomendable tener o jugar el primero antes para familiarizarte con los personajes.

NOTA: Debido a problemas de Steam, podemos tener problemas con el audio Español del juego, y seguramente necesiareis descargar los archivos de audio manualmente. Están aquí "http://www.revolution.co.uk/support/bs2r/" (Es la web oficial) junto a la explicación sobre como instalarlos.
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Publicado: 29 de Enero
Siguiendo el buen hacer de su padre, la segunda parte de la saga vuelve para ofrecer exactamente lo mismo, osea, unas horas de diversión con una aventura gráfica de las que molan. Al igual que en el anterior, viajaremos de acá para allá como si fuéramos familiares del dueño de American Airlines y tendremos a George y Nico llevando la voz cantante.
Tanto si has jugado a su antecesor como si no, esta aventura no falla. Disfrutarás con los rollos misterio-históticos de la serie sí o sí. Resumiendo: una segunda parte más que digna.

Y si no me gustó la primera, ¿me gustará ésta? No.
Pero será de menor calidad que la primera parte, ¿no? La respuesta normal es que sí, pero si te deshaces del "factor apego emocional", es tan bueno como el primero.
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