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Remembering MediEvil on its 20th birthday

  • April 1, 2019
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MediEvil is 20 years old today.

The PlayStation classic launched in Europe on 8th October 1998.

Developed by Sony’s now defunct Cambridge studio, MediEvil was an off-kilter adventure game set in a medieval kingdom starring a skeletal corpse called Sir Daniel Fortesque, a sort of anti-hero who was on a redemption quest while fending off an invasion by an evil sorcerer called Zarok.

MediEvil caught the eye for its The Nightmare Before Christmas-inspired visuals, but I always found the controls and camera pretty cumbersome. Dan could rip his arm off and use it to beat up his enemies, which was nice. It looked like this:

At PlayStation Experience 2017, Sony announced a MediEvil remaster for PlayStation 4, but we’ve heard nothing since. How’s it getting on, Sony?

Did you play MediEvil back in the day? What are your memories of it?

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