Rated 0 out of 10 by Manicania Anticipation.
Since this game was announced at E3, I have been looking forward to it. When I first heard about PSMove, I only hoped and hoped Sony wouldn't go in the same direction Nintendo did with Wii, and I think this, along with Heroes on the Move (plus Socom and Killzone), proves that Sony is serious about producing great, full-length, games for Move. This is one of the first games announced for the platform, and already it looks amazing. The control looks extremely precise and the features of the game look very very cool. Several different spells to use, plus you can combine spells. I also think the ability to transform into many different animals is a very very cool feature. the movement looks solid, much better than most of the motion control games we've seen. I will definitely be getting this game. A lot of people thought of Harry Potter when they first saw the gameplay, and I think that could mean that Harry Potter games can use Move the way this game does to further enhance the experience.
Rated 7 out of 10 by Griffin694 A Good Game, While it Lasts
Playing Sorcery was a lot of fun: the graphics were nice, the voice acting was actually rather good, and there was a bit of humor in the story. Playing with the spells was actually rather fun, and changing spells was a snap. However, there are two things I have to say about the game. One is that the enemies tend to come at such a fast pace that the player gets tired from swinging their arms around so much, so fast. And without a good way to direct your spells, game time is spent relying on the game and its auto-attacks. Another element I didn't enjoy about the game is how quickly the game finishes. And once you're done with the main quest...now what? Let's play the game again! And again, and again...because there is really nothing else to do. It's sad, really; the game is pretty good, considering what they were trying to accomplish, but Sorcery could have been so much better.
Rated 10 out of 10 by Mangosity Best motion controlled game on the market!
At first, I thought that this would be like your typical ps3 move game, similar to the game Medieval Moves. Clearly I was wrong. In many of the other move games like Medieval Moves you only have combat control and the character is guided along a path of destruction. In this game you have complete control over the characters movement and combat during gameplay. I thought sorcery might be geared towards a younger crowd but the storyline has been interesting and has some adult innuendo. Overall I could replay this game several times and not get tiered of it. I've played many motion controlled games on different consoles such as wii, xbox connect, and the ps3 move. I think that this is one of the best motion controlled games to hit the market out of all three consoles I just mentioned. I highly recommend it for all types of gamers from hardcore to family gaming. Enjoy!
Rated 10 out of 10 by shiv awesome game
i bought this game off of the psn the day after it came out and man its fun i was waving my arm around till it hurt. i found that the story line is interesting enough to make u want to keep going to see what will happen next. i was worried that the controls would be weird with the camera but i was happy to find out it works great. i found that aiming it easy enough its harder to hit a target the farther away you are witch makes sense and the spells i have so far are very cool. i have the analog controller for the move and it works great with the game i played games like playstation move heroes with the six axis controller and didnt like it so i got the analog and its perfect. well of what ive played so far its awsome i suggest if u were thinking about buying this game that u go buy it like right now.
Rated 9 out of 10 by mrabc2 You have to get this if you have PS Move....
This game is awesome.Its one of those games that it is worth swing your hand around for 2 hours a day. I actually never knew about this game untill I went to bestbuy. I was walking around and I saw this on display. So I was like uh that looks cool, but back when I got this I really didn't care for PS Move. So I Left and went to Gamestop and they had it on display to, so I deciced Oh, what the heck, I will give it a try. I played and I brought it. Now I see why this game was on display. If you don't have it, you are missing out alot.
Rated 0 out of 10 by PiratesplaythePS3 This is what makes the Move so worth it.
This is what makes the Move so worth it. These kinds of games are awesome. I am not saying just Role-Playing but well designed games from Sony or other producers. Now the top of the motion controller is cool since it changes colors, but having the ball change colors while drinking a potion that's gonna be awesome. It's too soon to call it awesome untill a demo or something comes out so the public can check it out for the first time, but it does look promising to make the Move..."move" to the top of the motion gamer's wishlist.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Milky216 Poor mans Harry Potter, Epic Mickey, Fable, etc...
This game has been “Dark” for quite some time. Now on it’s second release date this game looks to be what Sony needs to bring in the casual gamer to a full retail game experience despites Game Stops show of confidence by dropping the bottom out the barrel on Move products almost giving every Move product away with a free bowl of soup!
Sorcery has the potential to be more creative, accessible and heart warming than anything Harry Potter or the new Fable for Kinect has attempted to offer up. And in the upcoming motion gaming war could also be one of it’s first casualties as just not enough heart is being put in a full retail motion game already delayed twice for anyone other than casual gamers or small children to care or even take seriously!
If this game doesn’t pull a Duke Nukem I’d be highly surprised, but I still don’t expect much in the way of innovative game play and enveloping story.
Sony has keep the lid tight on this title as it was to be a launch game for the Move but set back after set back, two E3’s, three GameCom’s, and a PAX or two event later still no real updates.
In closing, this will be the game to get for the kids come spring 2012. The Move game motions and graphics have been keep simple yet light hearted making it kid friendly. My advise is to wait for the price drop in about 4 months after it drops because even at the discounted launch price, it’s nothing more than a poor mans Epic Mickey with no high profile cartoon character to back it.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Manicania Spectacular!
After watching the gameplay for this game in Sony's E3 conference this year, I am very excited. This game looks really amazing especially for one of the first for Move. Sony really knows what they are doing. Sorcery looks really innovative and fun and I can't wait to get my hands on a copy. It will most likely be compared to Harry Potter, but come on, they're both Wizard games, so how could it not, but it's not HP. I think it's original story and gameplay will be something to look forward to.
Rated 0 out of 10 by TarzanJr Interesting...
This game looks like one of those weird nerdy type games that only a few people know because it just kind of slides under the rug but back at E3 during the playstation Keynote the one of the creators of this game was doing some crazy stuff with the move that was very accurate in this game so i just might buy it just to fool around with the move and then we'll see from then.
Rated 10 out of 10 by ghostk Perfect
I have played a lot of games in my life but this one is one of my top 5 the plot of the story was amazing and the characters where perfect once you master the move with the game it blows your mind people this is for everyone its challenging and fun recommended to everyone with a ps3 and a move i already beat it and will play a second time through to get all the trophys