news tip MediEvil included in PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium, find our complete guide!
Notice to fans of action-adventure games with totally offbeat humor: the remake of MediEvil released on PlayStation 4 in 2019 is now available at no additional cost to PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium subscribers! The opportunity to find the least courageous skeleton knight in the world and to take advantage of our complete guide.
After starting his journey on the PSonethen having benefited from a sequel on the same console and a first remake on Playstation PortableMediEvil was once again brought up to date in 2019 thanks to a remake on PlayStation 4. Today, this remake becomes available at no additional cost to all PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium subscribers. If you’ve never gotten your hands on this humorous little gem or if you’re nostalgic for the days of Sony’s first console, we advise you to go for this title to find Daniel Fortesque and help him in his quest as epic as it is clumsy. If taking control of a cowardly one-eyed knight doesn’t seem like the best solution to defeating an evil lord, rest assured, we’ll have you covered with our complete guide to MediEvil.
- The eye of the tiger
- Take the skeleton out of the closet
- Platinum Femur
The eye of the tiger
Everyone in Gallowmere knows the legend of the valiant knight Daniel Fortesquecaptain of the Kingdom who proudly led his troops during the first Gallowmere war against the terrible Zarok, until he killed him himself with his own hands, thus saving the Kingdom before succumbing to his wounds. Few know, however, that the truth is quite different. To find out what really happened to Daniel Fortesque, while putting an end to the threat posed by the return of Zarok, you will have to overcome the many missions of the title of CCEE Studio Cambridge. Fortunately, you can count on our walkthrough of MediEvil to help you in this adventure:
Take the skeleton out of the closet
Although this remake was released in 2019, it retains many things from the original version, which dates from 1998. It could therefore be that under its simple appearance, some gameplay elements seem a little complex to you to take in hand, such as the management of the camera. Not to mention its somewhat archaic side, you might also want to know more about this certainly cult game for those who have already played it at the time, but who does not have the fame of a Spyro or a Crash Bandicoot for all that. You’ll find answers to all your questions, and more, in our MediEvil tips and tricks:
If the humor of MediEvil has finally won you over and you want to take advantage of everything the game has to offer, you can definitely turn to the unlockable trophies in the game from SCEE Studio Cambridge. With its 39 trophies, 18 of which are hidden, MediEvil will keep you hooked for a few more hours if you want to recover the Grail of any collector: the famous platinum trophy. If you want to have an idea of what it will take to achieve such a result, you can now consult the list of MediEvil trophies.
Medievil Walkthrough Summary