MediEvil Resurrection (PSP) Reviews
Product Type: Sony PSP games
Description:Genre: Action, Rating: T - (Teen), Manufacturer: Sony
Newest Review: ... genie that Zarok confined to Daniel's skull, the skeletal knight heads off to save the day. The whole game play monsters and ... more
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Customer MediEvil Resurrection (PSP) Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/11/09 (Very useful, 56 readings)
This game really is a great game to have and enjoy, its personalities are really terrific, and the sounds really go well with the game play. The levels are always different and always interesting, it really is straight forward once you get to know the basic controls. Sometimes the camera view will just get out of control, and the camera view just go's anywhere which is not great at all. MediEvil first came to playstation in 1998, and since at that time it has not been at all famous, its been remembered fondly for its great wacky casts of characters, evil like sense of humour and level design. MediEvil Ressurection is a remake of the original game, but with ... Read the complete review
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