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- 1 Player
- New characters and New challenging puzzles
- Analog Control
- Vibration Function
- Rated T for Teen
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MediEvil II, like its predecessor, is an action game with a liberal mix of puzzle solving, fighting, and humor. The first MediEvil was about Dan Fortesque, a skeleton in shining armor. He died as a soldier, fighting against the evil sorcerer Lord Zarok, but rose from the dead--along with everyone else in the graveyards--when Zarok cast the spell of Eternal Darkness. Though Dan was successful by the end of that game, in MediEvil II, he's been summoned again 500 years later--in 1888 A.D.--because evil magician Lord Palethorn has found pages from the original spell book. Now Victorian London is overrun by undead, and it's your job, as Dan Fortesque, to fight through several levels and stop Palethorn before he takes over the world.
You'll find a variety of weaponry available to you, including a steam-powered Gatling gun and an ever-trusty sword. Dan's detachable head and hands even provide different perspectives on some levels.
MediEvil took many players by surprise in 1998 with its zany British sense of humor and skeletal hero Sir Daniel Fortesque. Now, that bony knight returns in a sequel with a lot of fun gimmicks and the same solid play that made the first MediEvil such a hit.
This time around, Dan's been yanked from his eternal slumber once again, only to find himself inside a museum in Victorian England, where an occultist named Palethorn has wakened the dead. Dan must defeat these walking fossils, using his sword and other weapons, while also solving an array of puzzles. Dan's got some new moves to help him along the way, including the ability to stick his skull onto a walking hand so that he can search inside small cracks.
Compared to the series debut, MediEvil II offers better graphics, but isn't quite as funny. The original's 3-D camera problems haven't been fixed and in some cases are worse than before, but overall MediEvil II makes for a worthy follow-up. --Robb Guido
- Clean, gothic graphics
- New moves and more playable characters than the first
- Hyper camera
- Level design could have been better
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Good adventure game with some platforming elements. This game is very challenging. The story is simple, but there is more character development than in Medievil 1. Hopefully Sony will make another Medievil game in the future. One can hope.
For anyone who loves bathroom humor, one scene uses an old man who farts every 10 seconds, and no one gets hurt.
It is tongue in cheek with the challenge to make a player think as to how do I get out of this?
I love when my child uses his brain on a rainy day and everyone watching is entertained. Great plus, when the head has to run around the game, he lifts his pinky and thumb every other step so high that I ask myself,"who did this with his own hand to make it so real and so funny?"
This game is wonderfully entertaining for any age, because one must really think to get out of certain predicaments, and because the graphics are like the best of any comic book. Someone must have really been in a good mood when they made this one.
Sir Dan wakes up in a museum with only his own detachable arm as a weapon (to start off with, he finds a sword PDQ) and goes off to fight evil, finding some interesting characters, weapons and puzzles along the way!
This game has some cool elements, like being to pop your head off, stick it on a crawling hand, and basically run around like "Thing" from the Adam's Family. It also has a neat storyline and, of course, hacking and slashing is always a blast...
The play control needed a little help, however.
The camera angles kinda drive you nuts, and life is hard to come by! Some of the bosses are a little hard to kill, and when you go to the next level, your little, battered life-meter is really frustrating as you get wasted by EVERYTHING. Sometimes it's best to make sure you save between levels... them beat the level your on again with fewer accidents.
Also, if you make too many misjumps (which is easy to do), every one costs you an entire bar of life... the green smoke only provides about 200 points of recovery... then it goes bye-bye. If you make a lot of mistakes in a certain area, you'll pay for it later!
Cool game, had a lot of fun with it, looking forward to Midieval III should they decide to make one(Sir Dan in the future with a light-saber or something might be kinda cool!), I just hope they make the camera angles friendlier!
In the first one you could always replay the early levels to fill up on life. In Medievil 2 you cannot. The life fountains are gone for good once you use them and the life bottles do less and less. In Medievil 2 The missions are longer and more tedious. They are more ridiculous. It is virtually impossible to figure out what you have to do in many of the missions without a complete walkthrough. It is virtually impossible to beat this game without using the cheats menu because otherwise the game doesn't give you enough life to survive. The monsters in this one are harder to hit and it takes more hits to kill them. In ther first one Dan had a deep voice, in this one Dan has a higher pitched whiny voice which is also annoying.
Medievil 1 is a great game that is fun to play. Medievil 2 is a tedious game that is only fun to play if you have the cheats menu. To get the cheats menu, first pause the game, then hold L2 the whole time while you punch the buttons in the following order: (TCT CCT LCU DRC LLT RCL LTC DCCR) Those are abreviations for Up, Right, Down, Left, Circle, and Triangle. Then cheats will appear at the bottom of the paused menu, then you can give yourself infinite life.