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A Knight’s Quest coming to Switch

Posted on August 10, 2017 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop

Curve Digital has announced its first project for Switch. In partnership with developer Sky9 Games, the third-person action-adventure game will be on display at Gamescom later this month.

Here’s an overview:

A Knight’s Quest pays homage to the classic 3D adventure games of the past and puts players in the shoes of Rusty, a reluctant hero who sets out to save the world after accidentally endangering it.

Rusty must explore the enormous game world – packed full of dungeons, side quests and secrets to discover – to defeat the evil spirit he released into the world after a mishap with a magical vase.

Players must defeat enemies using the game’s epic combat system, overcome tricky puzzles using elemental powers and master the world-bending powers of the Spirit Shield to help him save the day.

A Knight’s Quest also boasts a rich sense of humour. Packed full of jokes and mischievous side quests, the game is both a loving homage and a pastiche of the series it’s based on – offering fans of the series a plenty of laughs along the way.

A Knight’s Quest will launch on Switch in 2018. We’ve included a video that was shared last year below so that you can get a better feel of the gameplay.

Source: Curve Digital PR

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  • Indielink

    Hopefully they improve the animation a little bit. Particularly his jumping and climbing could have some real weight to it.

    No clue who Sky9 is but Curve has never led me wrong so I am looking forward to it.

  • Dayph

    At least it’s not a 8bits style video game. Tired of pixel “art”.

    • Fernando Silva

      Same here. For a World with less 8 bit and more Zelda clones =D

  • Fernando Silva

    For a pre-alpha footage, looks very promising.

  • cloud36426

    Everything looks pretty good. Until it showed the hero’s face…. The eyes were kinda creepy.

  • DiscoGentleman

    That overview needs better writing…

    Also, is anyone else super tired of footage being labeled “pre-alpha”? I was done with it the minute I first read it. It’s pretentious at best, misleading at worst.