Broken Sword: Director’s Cut HD is now out on the AppStore!

There are games and then there are Games. And one certainly worth the capital “G” is, of course, Broken Sword: Director’s Cut (TMA Review)! I think there is little doubt in anyone’s mind that it is one of the best adventure games on the iDevice and holds a well deserved crown of the top 3d person adventure in our AppStore’s Best Adventure Games round-up, which incidentally was updated quite recently with several new titles being added.

Well, now you can fully enjoy this BAFTA-winning classic on the big screen of your iPad with the long awaited release of Broken Sword: Director’s Cut HD for a measely sum of $7.99. What’s more, bundled with the big-screen version in addition to the high-res graphics is an exclusive never-before released digital comic by Dave Gibbons. Get the game now or check out the press-release and more screenshots after the gap.

Broken Sword: Director's Cut HD Revolution, Broken Sword: Director’s Cut HD – $7.99

London, UK – May 26, 2010 – Revolution Software today announced that the iPad version of the multi-BAFTA nominated Broken Sword: The Director’s Cut is now available from the App Store.

The iPad version boasts substantial graphical improvements, designed to make the most of the hardware’s stunning 10-inch screen.The app also includes a significant bonus: a digital version of the Broken Sword comic, illustrated by Watchmen co-creator Dave Gibbons. However, this lavish electronic comic – never issued digitally before – has to be earned by discovering six new hidden features buried within the game.

“This really is the definitive version,” says Charles Cecil, managing director, Revolution Software. “Rather than rush the game out for the US launch, we have taken the time to get it just right, and with the higher resolution graphics, and the addition of the digital comic as a bonus feature, there’s a lot of new content to enjoy. We are thrilled to be able to release the game to coincide with the European launch of the iPad.”

A brutal murder at the Palais Royale in Paris. When photo-journalist Nico Collard is invited to interview statesman Pierre Carchon, she soon finds herself inextricably drawn into a terrifying conspiracy. One of the all-time classic adventures, Broken Sword: Director’s Cut pitches sassy journalist Nico Collard, and intrepid American George Stobbart into a mysterious journey of intrigue and jeopardy, in an epic narrative spanning the globe. Unique in terms of its production values, quality of narrative and contemporary plot, Broken Sword: The Director’s Cut has won an army of fans since its release on iPhone and iPod touch.

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