Sky 9 Games’ A Knight’s Quest is officially out there. The open-world adventure game is described by the studio as a love letter to the Zelda series, and it shows.
Meet Rusty: basically a Link wannabe. He has the sword, he has the shield, but he lacks the skill. Instead of saving the world of Regalia, he inadvertently dooms it….so he’ll have to embark on his journey solely to undo his mistake.
As in Zelda, he’ll have to explore dangerous dungeons, solve tricky puzzles, and learn the patterns of large bosses. And he’ll gradually collect items that will help him stand more of a chance. They’re called Spirit Powers here, and instead of items, they’re extra abilities Rusty will inherit on his journey. Fire, Ice and Time are some of the powers you can collect and harness.
UNLOCK RUSTY’S POTENTIAL – Our hero begins his adventure with just a trusty sword and basic shield, but he’ll soon unlock ‘Spirit Powers’ – spectacular abilities which allow Rusty to, at the tap of a button, he can harness the powers of Fire, Ice and Time.
EXPLORE REGALIA – Rusty’s adventure will take him to the desert town of Zameris, high over the ice-laden Peaky Peaks and into the Cursed Swamp, among many others. Encountering a colourful cast of characters along the way.
ENEMIES ABOUND – From General Windpipe to The Watcher and many more besides, peril is never too far away.
SHOW YOUR SKILL – Combat is fast and fluid, and platforming a dream, with Rusty’s repertoire of acrobatic moves effortless to pull off. Playing the hero has never felt so rewarding.
Start your journey today in A Knight’s Quest, now available on Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, XBox One and PC.
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