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|MediEvil tells the tale of Sir Daniel Fortesque, a man with a gift for storytelling. Though he never actually performed any of the wondrous deeds he so often boasted about, the king knighted him and appointed him as the head of the Royal Battalion. You see, the king liked stories, and truthful or not, Sir Daniel's stories were the best. Besides, Gallowmere hadn't seen a war in centuries...|
After years in exile, the evil magician Zarok returned to the land of Gallowmere with an unholy army in tow. In desperation, the king ordered Sir Daniel to lead his army against that of Zarok's. However, Sir Daniel's battle is short-lived, as the first arrow fired in battle fatally wounds him. The king's army manages to drive back the demon hordes, and to save face, the king declares that Sir Daniel Fortesque died an honorable death only moments after killing Zarok. One-hundred years later, Zarok returns, casting an evil spell over the land that turns all the villagers into beasts of unimaginable evil. In doing so, he also unwittingly raises Sir Daniel from the dead, who must now atone for his ignoble death and defeat the sorcerer.
As you traipse across the now cursed land of Gallowmere, you'll need to pick up life bottles and energy vials. The former acts as an extra life of sorts (refilling your energy bar when it is depleted), while the latter tops up your energy. To ensure that you don't lose too much of that vital energy, you'll acquire an arsenal of weapons including a crossbow, broadsword, axe and throwing daggers. Supplies for your weapons can be purchased from Merchant Gargoyles using treasure found on your travels.
Sir Daniel's task is a simple one, as he must navigate through each level and destroy any enemies and boss characters that get in his way. By collecting rune stones, locked areas can be accessed, allowing our hero to forge ahead towards his ultimate destiny. As enemies are dispatched, the Chalice of Souls will be filled up. When it's full, Sir Daniel will be able to collect it. In doing so, he is granted access to the Hall of Heroes, where true heroes from a bygone era reward the player with new items and the like. Levels vary in both design and theme, running the gamut from possessed pumpkin patches to malevolent town squares.
|ESRB Descriptor||Animated Blood, Animated Violence|
|Number of Players||1|
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|Game Series||MediEvil Series|
Average review score based on 44 user reviews
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Let me start off by telling you about what I had heard about the game: it was way to short. After playing it, I must disagree. The first thing you notice about the game is its beautiful graphics. From the bright Scarecrow Fields to the dark and dreary Haunted Ruins, the game is brought to life by the rich and lush graphics. Green-spewing fountains of rejuvination and and the splash of water look nothing short of incredible. I really can't impress upon you the brilliance of the graphics.
Next up is the audio. It is a wonderfully orchestrated game, with every tune setting you in the mood for the level. Music is rarely repeated through the game, and so you never know what you are going to hear, although you know it will just be wonderful. Like the graphics, I give the audio a large round of applause.
The third thing I would like to talk about is the story. It is beautifully setup, with Sir Daniel Fortesque being the protagonist of the story and Zarok being the arch villain.The fake hero gig Sir Daniel has is just rockin', I must say. There is just no way you can go wrong with the story that is told.
Finally, and most importantly, is the gameplay. Although it sounds cliche, you can very well compare Medievil to the classic Ghouls 'n Ghosts, and very few games can boast that. You run,jump and slash your way through the absorbing lands of Gallowmere. You must collect chalices in order to access the Hall of Heroes, which in turn allows you to wield new weapons and the like against the game's many bosses. That leads me to the next thing, the enemies you will face. The game's foes are your average zombies and skeletons, but thats about where you can leave the word average. Soon you find yourself fighting scarecrows,imps with pitchforks, flying demons, and many more. The bosses of the game are wonderfully creative, with you starting out against a stained glass demon, but then you move on to more of them, but I won't give anything away. However I will say that the boss of the flying ghostship is absolutely amazing. There is a ton of replay value in the game, with the chalices and abundant secret areas. It took me about two and a half weeks to finish the game. However, you will want to replay the game just to see the amazing locations and bosses again. Well, I can't tell you how much I adore this game. It deserves to be among the playstation's top games.
hellow ebay buyers, this is a review of one of the best psx games ever. you play as sir daniel fortesque a brave knight that they said led the army of gallowmere to fight the evil sorcerer zarok from rowling the world. they said that sir dan beat zarok, but was him self mortely wunded and died. during the game you find out that Dan did lead the army of gallomere however he was the first one to die in the fight. zarok is now back and resurrecs a undead army, and acsedently revives sir dan. now sir dan has to difeet zarok ones and for all. this game is filled with lots of action and puzzels. one thing i love about this game is its voice acting its kind of over the top but it is apropret for every thing in this game. another thing i like is the levels every level feals like it is coustom made for the game so you dont fell like you are playing the same level every time. you will also incowter some miny movies. the movies have ecselent grafics for a psx game. one thing that is not so grate about the game is its graficis they look poor but if you play it for 5 minetes you wont notes a thing. another thing that i dont like the games bad controls you cant use the anolog stick you have to use the derectinole pads wich is ok but some times i wish you coud use the anolage stick. this was the first game i have ever played and it is my favoret game ever. but anuf medievil is just about fun,fun,fun and i realy recemen this game if you have a psx or a ps2 go buy this game and if you dont have a psx or a ps2 go but one so you can play this game. MEDIEVIL ROCKS !!!!!!!!!
I had bought two Playstation 1's when they first came out, I guess it was back in the early 90's. But, of course, the Playstation 2's came along and I could only afford one of those, but my daughter had a friend whose family didn't have a lot of money, so we decided to give them one of our PS 1's. And, we gave them some games with it, but I still had my MediEvil game at that time. As a matter of fact, I even had MediEvil 2 by then, so we kept some games for ourselves cause you could play them on the PS 2 as well. We ended up giving the 2nd PS 1 to my Mother, because she lived alone and she loved to play Crash Bandicoot games, so we gave her all of those, too. My daughter became really sick, and had to have heart surgery, and somewhere amidst all the chaos, we lost a lot of our Playstation games, taking them back and forth to the hospital, they would get broken or left in the car and warped,and somehow my 2 MediEvil games were lost as well. My daughter likes to play these games like Resident Evil and others in that genre,(and I thought MediEvil was wacked!) So, I stopped playing for years. Our PS2 wouldn't play any of the PS1 games anymore, so then my daughter became a Wii fanatic.I pretty much thought my game playing days were over,(she's 19, I'm a young 52.)Well, browsing around on ebay a couple of weeks ago, I not only found a copy of MediEvil,in excellent condition, but a used Playstation 1, with all the accessories,also in excellent condition, so I am happy to say that I am now back in the ranks of the gamers again.I felt like a kid on Christmas morning when everything arrived! So, anybody out there looking for that piece of your past, if you find it on ebay, by all means, BUY IT!!! Ebay has a great buyer protection plan that covers you from start to finish, so go for it!! I couldn't be happier if I had won the lottery! And with ebay's convenient search feature, just type in exactly what you're looking for, and if it's out there, you'll see it!! I'm going to continue to look for PS1 games on ebay. Because, finding this game was like a dream come true for me!!
MediEvil is a game that takes place around the Medieval times, much like it's name. You are a warrior that was killed by the first arrow shot in battle. It strikes you right in the eye and that's the end of Sir Daniel Fortesque's heroic battle. Sir Dan is layed to rest in a sort of coffin-tomb for many years. While he is dead, the evil wizard Zarok (who looks like a woman but is actually a man, really) is busy corrupting the world you live in and bringing the dead back to life. Finally, some sort of magic is imbued in Sir Dan's body and he is *magically* resurrected. He seeks vengeance on the evil wizard Zarok and his army for killing and humiliating him in battle. It's then that you (the player), take control of Sir Daniel Fortesque to give Zarok his just deserts.
The game is rather short (about 20 hours or so), but quite challenging at certain parts. There are many puzzles and plenty of fighting. There's also various weapons to unlock to make your adventure easier. The graphics of the game may not be top-notch, but considering that it came out in 1998, the graphics are quite astounding. Overall, an excellent game that you won't forget. A must-buy for any gamer that owns a Playstation, Playstaion 2, or even a Playstaion 3.
I've found this nifty "classic" at a flea market and decided to give it a shot. What I can say is that this game is very overrated & extremely difficult, even where it shouldn't. Here's what to expect:
THE GOOD: The creepy tone, dialogue, and many of the FMV scenes are really interesting (some comic) and are what makes this game memorable.
(1) THE CAMERA: This is your #1 worst enemy. In many places, it won't face forward so that you can make a safe run. In fact, it will "rotate" on you in many places, making you fall to your death! I CAN'T TELL YOU HOW MANY LIVES I LOST DUE TO THIS! Don't expect it to be friendly like Sypro--the camera is just awful.
(2) HORRID DIFFICULTY: Even in the first levels, you'll be taking a lot of damage per attack. Later on, you constantly get swamped with several enemies attacking all at once. I just can't see how you can survive much without some kind of cheating. There's no body armor you can get in the game.
(3) TOO MUCH EXACT JUMPING: There are far too many jumps that require you, over a short run, require you to hit the directional twice (to run) & hit the jump button in time at the right time. Expect to keep losing tons of lives & repeating levels. Hardcore players may not have much problem with this, but for everyone else this is endless frustration!
I was only able to finish this game by activating the Cheat mode within the game. Only then was I able to get through this horrid game. As of this writing I'm selling off this game for good :(