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    Undead Knights

    Game » consists of 3 releases. Released Sep 29, 2009

    Undead Knights is a PSP brawler in which the player controls zombies to conquer and kill enemies.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Undead Knights last edited by AlexB4tman on 02/12/22 07:08AM View full history


    In the kingdom of Cavalier, the King has married a young, beautiful (and buxom) young woman named Fatima. Since then, the kingdom experienced peace and prosperity, conquering neighboring lands to expand the empire. Fatima was seen as the harbinger of such blessings, therefore many worshiped her an awful lot as if she was a goddess.

    So it was no surprise that the House of Blood (a family of knights who served the king) were killed for accusing Fatima of manipulating the king. Three members of the family: Remus, his bride-to-be Sylvia (and the king's daughter!), and his brother Romulus, were incredibly upset for being unfairly treated. So they decided to make a deal with this unknown entity known as "The Beast" to be revived, as long as the three will serve every whim of this enigmatic force.

    So now, the three knights storm into Cavalier, crushing any resistance whatsoever in order for their quest for revenge...


    Undead Knights has similar qualities to the hack-and-slash Dynasty Warriors series: The player controls one character, sending him/her into hundreds of foes (and some bosses) to slice them apart. However, the one major difference is the zombies. The character is able to convert normal soldiers into zombies, and order them to clear obstacles, take down structures and/or enemies. In addition, when converting soldiers, a gauge is filled with the ultimate attack, and health bar.

    Each character plays nearly the same and, besides the zombie-converting ability, they could jump, roll away, and slash with their normal weapons. They also could use an ultimate attack, which covers a lot of ground and could convert the neighboring dead soldiers into zombies.

    Each of the 20 stages has a very similar format: There will be a bunch of soldiers to kill and convert, take down some buildings and some bigger boss characters (like the large knights known as Dreadnoughts). At the end of the stage, the player will be graded (they use letters, like A and B) on how many zombies were converted and how fast the stage was finished. This will help when purchasing upgrades, like increased health, a charge attack etc. Each stage also has up to 3 difficulty levels (Easy, Normal, Hell).

    Undead Knights also offers a multiplayer mode, although it isn't a co-op campaign.


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