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Sorcery Release Date Announced
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Sony Computer Entertainment Europe have finally announced the release window for their upcoming and highly anticipated PlayStation Move title Sorcery

As of May 2012 we will be able to take up our Move controllers as wands in this brand new fantasy action RPG. Since it was announced at E3 in 2010 we have been patiently waiting for this game from The Workshop and SCE Santa Monica Studio to get released. Using a unique gesture-based casting system, Sorcery will let the player chain together spells depending on how you swing the controller as well as creating potions, solving puzzles and more.

The plot of the game is simple and one you may be able to guess: the Nightmare Queen has broken an ancient pact with mankind and has decided to cover the world in eternal darkness. Guess who has to save the day? A clumsy young sorcerer’s apprentice named Finn, who wants nothing more than recognition as a Sorcerer. Cliched I know, but this looks to be the first decent game with compulsory use of the Move controller that isn’t a sports or puzzle game.

Check out the screenshots and trailer below and let us know what you think in the comments.


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