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Submitted by Deeke 854d ago | review

Black Knight Sword Review | GAMINGtruth.com

GAMINGtruth's own Mark Gibson delivers the verdict on Suda 51's interesting and bizarre take on the classic fairytale, pitting a heroic knight against a corrupt and villainous princess in a downloadable side-scrolling hack-n-slash release.

"Black Knight Sword is a really weird game, but can be enjoyable if you look past its strangeness. If you don’t think too much about the storyline, the game itself can be quite challenging. Just be sure to save your game often as there is no auto-save feature beyond checkpoints, which can be very frustrating if you are not mindful of your extra lives."

Black Knight Sword is now available on Xbox LIVE and PlayStation Network for $9.99 (800 MSP). (Black Knight Sword, PS3, Xbox 360) 6.5/10

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