Become Finn a young sorcerer apprentice who must use his newly acquired magic skills on his travels deep into the heart of the Faerie Kingdom. Along the way, Finn must master the various types of magic - arcane, earth, ice, fire, wind, and lightning - in order to stay alive, and to become truly deserving of bearing the title sorcerer.
The PlayStation Move becomes your very own magic wand to conjure up core spells, such as attack, defend and enchant
Switch spells with a specific gesture, no need for buttons or menus
Solve environmental puzzles while you use unique gestures to repair bridges or unlock doors
Deep alchemy system with over 50 potions to discover Search for ingredients & powerful recipes
Immersive story in an ancient mystical world with unique realms to explore
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by Matthew on November 11th 2017
This is a motion controlled game, that uses the Playstation Move controller. People familiar with the Nintendo Wii controllers will find this to be easy to play. The game-play allows for all of your actions to be managed with motion controls. The game is set in a world of magic and sorcery where you can cast spells and fight your way through hordes of enemies in this multifaceted action adventure that incorporates puzzle elements and a detailed story. This is a unique game-play experience for the Playstation 3 and one that is well worth the effort to explore for people of all ages.
by Hayden on May 12th 2013
I thought it was just extremely complex to get the arcane bolts to shoot where you wanted. the game made shooting with the bolts look so easy. But i did eventually get used to it. I found that there wasnt many ways to stray from the story line. I did get stuck at some extremely easy puzzles. But overall better than i expected. The story was prety amazing and the plot was very easy to follow.
by Paul on August 6th 2012
Touted as a more hardcore motion control game, this game does disappoint on many fronts. While the core gameplay, story and graphics are all intact, the game does come off feeling that it is somewhat missing or rushed (despite a prolonged development time). If you already have a Move, this is a good game to enjoy but it is definitely not a system seller.
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