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MediEvil: Resurrection Member Review for the PSP

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05/13/07
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T Contains Animated Blood, Fantasy Violence, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes

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Ah, another Medievil game, and this time for the PSP!!!  MY surprise at this was amazing, as I have played the others in this series.  This game is $%^&ing excellent, especially if you have played the other two for the playstation one.  I found myself enjoying the 3d world that was used to generate Gallowmere. 

Playing as Sir Daniel Fortesque, the one eyed freak with his weirdo genie in the eye socket really made me laugh.  The sarcastically dry wit that is used throughout the game, was quite entertaining.  All in all, I enjoyed the third incarnation of the Medievil game.    I for one hope there is another sequel to this particular Medievil game. 

 

 


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