MediEvil Never Dies: Cambridge Studios revivers a ghastly Gothic favorite for Sony's PSP

Ball, Ryan
October 2005
Animation;Oct2005, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p10
Trade Publication
The article presents information about the videogame, Medievil developed by Sony Corp.'s developer, Cambridge Studios producer Piers Jackson. Jackson and his team wanted to produce a title that could showcase the full abilities of the PSP, which includes its built-in Wi-Fi capabilities. They designed multi-player mini-games that allow players to go skull-to-skull wherever they may be. While each member of the Cambridge team has his or her own favorite parts of the game, Jackson believes gamers will really get into the humor, which is inspired largely by British TV shows.


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