“King’s Quest: A Knight To Remember” Is An Adventure Straight Out of a Storybook, To Be Released Next Month

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The much-awaited game ” King’s Quest: A Knight To Remember” will be launched within this month.

The video game was announced years ago but it is finally ready to be played by anticipating fans everywhere. According to Digital Spy, the first chapter of “King’s Quest: A Knight To Remember” will be set to debut at a digital download.

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Slash Gear reported that each installment of the series is a chapter in the story King Graham is retelling his granddaughter Gwendolyn. Gamers will be playing the young King Graham in third person as he goes on his adventures throughout Daventry.

The graphics of the video game is interesting as it is done in a hand-drawn style. The characters and the world they are living in look like a story book that came to life. The “King’s Quest” trailer shows these fantastical graphics, and how the video game and the characters interact with one another.

In addition to the launch announcement, the publisher Sierra Entertainment has announced that a bundle of all five of the games chapters is on the way. The bundle will be including a future bonus playable story epilogue, as reported by Digital Spy.

The bundle is named “King’s Quest: The Complete Collection.” It is available for pre-order via the Playstation Network and Steam.

Xbox One pre-orders will begin on July 7 via Xbox Games Store.

According to IGN, the first chapter that is to be released will cost $10. The bundle of “King’s Quest: The Complete Collection” will cost $40.

“King’s Quest” is an upcoming video game in the King’s Quest series. The game is a reimagining of the series. It was announced in February 2011 and is being developed by The Odd Gentlemen for Sierra Entertainment.

The “King’s Quest: A Knight To Remember” game will be released in late July 28.

(ischoolguide.com)

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