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Paris en automne... un horrible meurtre au Palais Royal. Lorsque Nico Collard est invitée pour interviewer Pierre Carchon, un haut fonctionnaire de l’État, elle se retrouve malgré elle en plein milieu d'une terrifiante conspiration.
Date de parution: 2 sep 2010

Acheter Broken Sword: Director's Cut

Packages qui comprennent ce jeu

Acheter Broken Sword Trilogy

Inclut les 3 articles suivants : Broken Sword 2 - the Smoking Mirror: Remastered, Broken Sword 3 - the Sleeping Dragon, Broken Sword: Director's Cut

Localized Titles

Titre français : Les Chevaliers de Baphomet - The Director's Cut
Titre allemand : Baphomets Fluch - The Director's Cut

À propos du jeu

Paris en automne... un horrible meurtre au Palais Royal. Lorsque Nico Collard est invitée pour interviewer Pierre Carchon, un haut fonctionnaire de l’État, elle se retrouve malgré elle en plein milieu d'une terrifiante conspiration.

Dans 'Les Chevaliers de Baphomet : Director's Cut', l'un des meilleurs jeux d'aventure classique de tous les temps, accompagnez l'audacieuse journaliste Nico Collard et l'intrépide touriste américain George Stobbart dans un voyage mystérieux, intrigant et périlleux. Incarnez George et Nico et guidez-les dans leur aventure autour du monde, explorez des lieux exotiques, résolvez des énigmes antiques et déjouez une sombre conspiration pour dévoiler la vérité sur l'ordre des Templiers.

"Une partie encore inédite de l'histoire des 'Chevaliers de Baphomet' vient compléter le scénario original qui a fasciné des millions de joueurs. Vivez les aventures de George et Nico de nombreuses nouvelles énigmes, un humour omniprésent et la trame passionnante qui ont fait de ce jeu un incontournable du genre, un véritable régal pour les amateurs de jeux d'aventure.

Comprend :

Le classique Director’s Cut revisité :
  • Une nouvelle trame avec 2 heures de jeu en plus
  • Mini jeux en perspective à la première personne
  • Animations du visage par Dave Gibbons, co-créateur des Watchmen
  • Système d'aide incorporé pour faciliter la progression du joueur
  • Audio améliorée - voix et musiques

Configuration requise (PC)

    • Interface : Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7
    • Processeur : Pentium
    • Mémoire : 64 Mb
    • Disque dur : 1.5 Go
    • Carte graphique : Carte vidéo avec 64 Mo RAM
    • Son : Tous types de carte son
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un bon point and click avec un bon humour même s'il a de l'âge maintenant.
Mais alors les voix (en fr en tout cas) ce n'est pas vraiment ça.
Tourne sous Linux sans problème vu l'age du jeu j'aurai été supris du contraire.
Posté le : 10 avril 2014
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The original Broken Sword will probably always be my favorite point and click adventure game due to the fact that it was the first point and click game i ever played and the fact that the story is so strong and the characters are so likable, i really can't see any other point and click game beating it as far as i'm concerned.

As for the Directors Cut i have to say that it is still a really enjoyable experience but nothing compared to the original. Some things i don't like about the Directors Cut are the fact that they removed alot of interactions with characters and other random objects in the game, this may seem like a small thing to criticize but alot of the funny interactions that i grew up hearing when i played the original game on the PS1 have been removed.

But apart from this i still highly recommend this game if you like Point and Click Adventure games
Posté le : 8 mars 2014
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Years before Dan Brown's Da Vinci's Code made headlines for its religious subject,there was another story that had a similar setting even starting in Paris and ending in Scotland.This gem was Broken Sword:The shadow of the templars a point and click adventure game released 1996 and re-released in 2010 for the PC with more content as a Director's Cut.

First i'll talk about the main game and after i will talk about the director's cut.The game begins in Paris where our main character George Stobbart is enjoing his vacations.Just as he drinks his coffe and enjoying the parisian autumn two people enter the Caffe: a man with a briefcase who stops to order a coffe and after a short time a clown with a musical instrument.The clown takes the mans briefcase and leaves his instrument which is revealed to be a bomb which goes off and thats how the game begins.The whole story is about George's quest to find the costume killer,and as the plot advances we find out the whole story arc is about the conflict between Templars and Assassins and the templars called here Neo-Templars are the bad guys(sounds familiar ? :) ).Besides Paris, other places you get to visit are Scotland(twice),Spain and Siria, each with its own feel and colorfull characters which make this a game a joy to play even after you finished it once.The game has hand-drawn animations which look gorgeous, the voice acting is solid and the music works very well with the whole game.

The original game has from me a 10/10 rating, i find no issue with it,its a great adventure game with great characters and a good story.

Now about the director's cut, after the succes of the first game the game got 4 more sequels:Broken Sword The Smoking Mirror,Broken Sword The Sleeping Dragon,Broken Sword The Angel of Death and recently Broken Sword The Serpents Curse.Between Broken Sword 4 and 5, the first 2 games The Shadow of the Templars and The Smoking Mirror where re-released with more content and improvements.The director's cut of Broken Sword starts with Nicole Collard not with George a day before the bombing of the caffe and is essentially a proologue setting up the main story.The new content is some levels with Nico where we find more about her past.As the main game starts the first problem appears:the sound quality,the new recordings really stand out against the old ones from the main game,and also some of the character designs look worse than the main game which is weird one good exemple is when the character visits a hotel in Paris and there is one character reading a newspaper in a armchair, for some reason his outline was removed he looks like a black mass of animation.Also they changed the interface and added dialogue pics at the top corner of the screen with the faces of the characters with which you hold a conversation.

rating for the director's cut:8/10 the new content is good but the technical problems really drag down the score , they could have remastered it better,luckily they remastered the second game perfectly and the problems here are not present.
Posté le : 25 mai 2014
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This game is a masterwork of how to make an adventure game and one of the very few adventure games that can live up to any classic Lucasarts titles. Top-notch voice acting doing justice to a script filled with laughs, sly wit, and over the top spoofs and in its own way is every bit as good of a narrative as the Dreamfall series.

Once you move away from the story elements Broken Sword shows itself in every way to be a superior game. The inventory system is better, the graphics have been updated, the puzzles mesh with the story, and the in-game hint system both manages to keep immersion intact while allowing the player to set their own level of difficulty, in saying that, it’s still the original content that steals the show.

It's impossible to objectively criticize the first instalment of the Broken Sword series without nit-picking. Perhaps the only fair criticism is that the puzzles are not super demanding even without the hints. However, the sad truth is the most of the challenge to the puzzles in other games comes from bad design, not intellectual sophistication. When all and said and done Broken Sword: TDC is the best adventure game because everything in it just works synergistically to keep the player to keep on playing.
Posté le : 18 mai 2014
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A great point and click adventure worthy of being called a classic. Well thought out storyline, interesting characters, and a fair balanced combination between simple puzzles and complex solutions. This game is sure to please the die hard point-and-click adventure fan, as well as be fun and entertaining to new players. Totally worth it.
Posté le : 17 juin 2014
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Enfin en Fr!
Posté le : 9 décembre 2013
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