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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 670d ago | review

MTV-Black Knight Sword Review

MTV:"Well, that was odd." It's a pretty standard sentiment to have after finishing any of Suda 51's game, and "Black Knight Sword" is no different. From flying chickens to giant slices of bread doorways, "BKS" takes a very common video game theme, stopping evil, and, in typical Grasshopper Manufacture fashion, frames it in a virtually nonsensical setting. Reminiscent of old school platformers, "Black Knight Sword" is a call-back to all of the pain and suffering of classic games, wrapped in a pretty package. Fortunately, it also comes with the same sense of accomplishment as its 8 and 16-bit predecessors. (Black Knight Sword, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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