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646f9e108c A legendary hero awakens after 100 years since his death in battle, only to find that his arch nemesis is yet again roaming the earth to make an army of demons out of the dead.
When the evil sorceror Zarok returns after a hundred years in exile to conquer the peaceful land of Gallowmere, he resurrects his ancient armies to aid him, and, unwittingly, brings back his old nemesis, Sir Daniel Fortesque, who defeated him a century before. Once back in action, Fortesque must fight his way through undead hordes of Knights, zombies, Dragons, demons and a power-mad wizard to save the world in this stunning yet humourous RPG style adventure.
This is what it would look like if Tim Burton made a video-game. Hundreds of years ago, in the kingdom of Gallowmere there was a popular and trusted knight, and when the sorcerer Zarok attacked, it was this man, Daniel Fortesque, who led the force against the fiend. It is said that he vanquished the evil warlock, though himself mortally wounded, after many days of war. Unfortunately, that isn't quite what happened. The end result is the same, but the poor guy actually fell in the initial charge. It's been a hundred years, and Mr. Z returns, in the mood for revenge. He curses the living(rendering them mindless and dangerous drones), and raises, well, those that aren't, anymore. What he didn't realize is that that includes Dan, since he's the only late warrior not found in the Hall of Heroes(think Valhalla). He's now gotten a second chance to prove that he can defend the land, and he's literally the only hope. This successfully sets the tone right from the start, being funny and genuinely creepy at the same time. While there are numerous kinds of jokes and gags... some are silly, several are verbal, there are clever ones, and there is plenty of strong irony, almost all of it is dark comedy. So you're playing as someone who's literally been dead for a century; he's a skeleton, and decomposition hasn't been kind to him... he's missing an eye(that would be where the arrow that took him out hit him... *ouch*), his jaw is gone making everything he says indecipherable(subtitles to the rescue, in fact, everything that is said in this, at all), and if it comes to that, he can take off one of his arms non-violently and use it as a weapon. And it doesn't stop there. A lot of what you fight is deceased, and the daft zombies are only the beginning. There are victims of medieval times methods of execution, still stuck in the machines of their demise, that pursue you, and the absurdity of the sight is one of the countless hilarious instances. Design in general is creative, colorful and imaginative. There are gorgeous Gothic visuals all through this, and while animation and so forth may be dated today, they hold up more than well enough and were excellent at the time. Cutscenes tend to be fully rendered, and look fantastic, a few are in-engine and aren't bad at all. The characters are all well thought up and memorable, and there are such nifty ideas in this. All the well-designed and nicely varied levels(that take you through many locations) are linear, though you have reasonable freedom of the order of them, especially considering that this is entirely plot-driven. The length is great, this certainly doesn't overstay its welcome or finish without having explored its highly original concept well, and how thorough you play this determines exactly

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