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You might remember, or you might not -- depending on how black-plagued you were back in the late (19)90s. Either way, Sony has decided to revive MediEvil and we saw no other option than to call upon our resident knight for review, in Adam "Griz" Mathew

And he's none too all familiar with this gamesake. Here's a snippet from his review:
Pardon me for digging up the past, but as I look back upon my once beloved MediEvil (1998), I can only view this as a barebones offering. Obviously, the visual shortcomings have been addressed in the remastering process – developer Other Ocean has polished Sir Daniel Fortesque's armour and his kooky little world into a high 4K sheen. Be that as it may, there's still a musty odour emanating from somewhere deep down in MediEvil's marrow. Long story short: 20-year old game mechanics have come back to haunt the living.

But you know what? Before we drag this remaster's skeletons out of the closet, let's bring the less crusty among you up to speed on what MediEvil is. Hailing from the time when Ricky Martin was topping charts and Seinfeld was wrapping things up, a hack 'n' platformer known as MediEvil became a cult-hit that moderately impressed critics.
Click here for our full MediEvil review.


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