Sorcery To Get Spring 2012 Release


Sony have announced that PlayStation Move exclusive title Sorcery will get a Spring 2012 release.

The game was first shown at E3 2012 and whilst it was impressive, we haven’t seen much more of it since. Sony have released a press statement which states the following:

The Nightmare Queen has broken the ancient pact with mankind and threatens to cover the land in eternal night. As a young sorcerer’s apprentice, it is up to the player to master the arcane arts and fight back the foul creatures of this magical realm. Sorcery puts the power in the players’ hands using the PlayStation Move motion controller and letting them conjure and command powerful magic as they brave the dark world of the Faerie Kingdoms.

On their journey, players will encounter a multitude of enemies, solve ingenious puzzles, learn powerful spells, and craft strange potions with the in-game alchemy system. With over eight spells that can be used in various combinations and countless items to discover and collect, Sorcery immerses players in a unique fantasy adventure like never before.

The main features of the game include:

  • A REAL MAGIC WAND – The PlayStation Move controller can be used like a real magic want. You are able to cast magic spells, brew enchanted elixirs, solve puzzles and defeat the strong forces of darkness.
  • UNIQUE COMBO SYSTEM – By gesturing your hands with the controller you are able to chain together basic spells and turn them into powerful combos. You can freeze and shatter your foes whilst electrocuting them with lightning called down from the heavens. You can also bun them alive in a fatal firestorm.
  • DEVELOP YOUR CHARACTER – Develop your character by collecting magic items, learning new spells and upgrading your potions.
  • A LUSH AND VARIED WORLD – There are five unique realms for you to explore. Each real has their own enemies and challenges. Explore places such as The Kingdom of the Dead, The Endless Stair, The Faerie Forest, The Slumbering Palace and the Faerie King.
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