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MediEvil remake: new edition 'seems like Dark Souls', says PlayStation

ICYMI, one of the most popular characters in the PlayStation - Sir Dan Fortesc from MediEvil - dating back to life again ... and more than one way.

ICYMI, one of the most popular characters in the PlayStation - Sir Dan Fortesc from MediEvil - dating back to life again ... and more than one way. 

In addition to the demonstration Playable and available to beneficiaries in Gamescom, people who are interested in PlayStation showed a few new caps comparing screenshots of the game PS Original to remaster.

According to a new post on the PS Blog, the device keeps Remi MediEvil as "a lot of the original game is still intact," where he is preparing to release the most exciting times of the year to celebrate Halloween Week Festival. Here, take a peek:


ICYMI, one of the most popular characters in the PlayStation - Sir Dan Fortesc from MediEvil - dating back to life again ... and more than one way.

ICYMI, one of the most popular characters in the PlayStation - Sir Dan Fortesc from MediEvil - dating back to life again ... and more than one way.


The publication also confirms that the original audio actor of Fortesque, Jason Wilson - who also wrote the original story - will repeat his role (this does not mean that the Fortesque film lacks the lower jaw), while his sound is either taken from the "HD audio" from support Voice cast original work or re-recorded.

However, Tom Baker is no longer because the narrator Grim Reaper - Lani Minilla will replace him - but the strange sound (which I remember with great adoration) was re-recorded by the Prague Symphony Orchestra under the direction of the original composers Bob & Barn.

Perhaps most interesting is the comparisons between the epic Dark Souls series from FromSoftware. "One of the biggest surprises is how MediEvil feels like Dark Souls ... despite being launched more than a decade ago from the tough fantasy epic on the show," says the PS Blog.

Jillian McAllister of PlayStation wrote: "Perception comes as soon as an educational crypt is surpassed like the cemetery surrounding it. For one level, MediEvil levels are built-in mazes filled with secrets and abbreviations. 

"Secondly, the game is difficult. This is not a breakthrough without brains and an exit: individual enemies can do great damage, while mobs can quickly send an unusual person to the grave.

"Comparisons continue as you explore," he said. "You need to discover or launch new weapons first to expand your arsenal. Some of these weapons will decompose and split in time (such as shields and clubs) or be limited in width (throwing daggers and bow arrows).

"Combine this with some very difficult designs, such as taxing the huge hill climb that evades giant rocks (or shielding them with a shield) and very large thought battles and you can only remember the Dark Souls reminder." "Although dark souls were never unstoppable."

MediEvil tells the story of the famous knight Sir Dan Fortesque, a long-dead knight who was unexpectedly revived to save Gallowmere from the evil Lord Zarok. 

But while history tells the story of a brave and noble knight, the truth is slightly different.

MediEvil will return to life on 25 October 2019.

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