Theatrical action! Fresh Black Knight Sword footage - destructoid

Theatrical action! Fresh Black Knight Sword footage

10:00 PM on 09.11.2011

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

Back at gamescom, Black Knight Sword grabbed my attention, but not for very long. What little I had seen didn't tell me much about anything other than the admittedly neat art design. The side-scrolling lovechild between Digital Reality and Grasshopper Manufacture is given a proper introduction with this trailer, and yep, it's a weird one.

A creepy voice telling us to "Jump! Jump! Jump!", bloody puppets, and whatever the hell that thing was near the end -- (strange) business as usual. I appreciate the hints at environment variety, because that's always one of my major concerns with games of this scope.

Black Knight Sword [Game Informer]


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