Sunday 3 July 2022

Steve Jackson's Sorcery! now available on all major consoles

Steve Jackson's Sorcery! The Complete Collection is now available for Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch, and is already taking the gaming community by storm.

Indeed, Finger Guns recently called it, "a real page turner," while The Xbox Hub has rated it 4.5/5.

Sorcery! was a Game of the Year finalist for TouchArcade and Mashable, while Rock Paper Shotgun called it, "one of the finest RPGs ever made."

The Sixth Axis has rated the game 9/10, as has the Use A Potion video game review site.

If you've not played inkle studios' adaptation of Steve Jackson's seminal gamebook quartet, the release of the quadrilogy on Switch will provide you with the perfect opportunity.

Journey through hills, forests, cities, dungeons, and even time in the magical world of Sorcery! where every choice matters. Fight, explore, solve puzzles, and most importantly, survive and craft your own unique story! Each part can be played on its own, or you can load your character from one part to the next, carrying over equipment, stats, and narrative choices.


 - Freedom to explore
 - pick your own path and make your own choices, thousands of them
 - Progression that counts - load your progress from the previous part and continue your journey
 - Spellbook full of wonders - a plethora of weird and wonderful spells that can affect the narrative in wild and unpredictable ways
 - Swindle with the best of them
 - Play Swindlestones, a game of cunning and deceit, for profit or for information
 - God(s) be with you - multiple deities, each with their own quirks and powers
 - Life of the city - hundreds of characters to interact with
 - Slay the night - fight hundreds of unique monsters
 - Storytime - adapted from the best-selling gamebook series by legendary game designer Steve Jackson
 - Music to my ears - listen to a beautiful soundtrack by the "80 Days" composer, Laurence Chapman

Jon Ingold, inkle's Narrative Director, will be attending Fighting Fantasy Fest 4 two months today, on Saturday 3 September at the University of West London in Ealing.

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