It rocks on the pc , beside the point I mentioned before. Here is the conclusion from GamesDomain
As always, what counts is how the game plays. And Broken Sword plays fairly well. I say 'fairly', and not brilliantly because Broken Sword seems a little too linear places. Unlike The Pandora Directive, you only have access to a few locations at one time, and once you enter a new area, such as Spain, you can't leave till you're finished there. Similarly, many events only happen until you've completed a seemingly unconnected action. It's little things like this that stop Broken Sword being a must-have. Still, with it's intricate plot, and cartoony graphics, you could always give Broken Sword a try.
A totally agree