The Grasshopper along with Digital Reality has brought us a great game, Sine Mora already analyzed here. This time success is not so great but is again a good match for the catalog of the two.
This time, Suda 51 and company bring to us Black Knight Sword, a 2D action game that distinguishes itself from the competition by its original artwork. The beginning of this year saw the release of Shank 2 and countless indie titles that follow the 2D path as the path to success. Costs are lower and the results may be equal or even better than with 3D games. Of course, when you are dealing with Suda, just waiting to get a unique experience, but not without some flaws. This was true in Sine Mora and even more in Black Knight Sword.