MediEvil (Soundtrack) - Credits





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Published on May 7, 2012

MediEvil is a platform game released in October 1998 for Sony PlayStation in Europe and North America, and in June 1999 in Japan. The game was followed by MediEvil II in 2000. Then, in 2005, the original game was remade as MediEvil Resurrection. In 2007, the original Playstation version was made available via the Playstation Store to be played on PSP and Playstation 3.

MediEvil was released as a Platinum title and is considered by some to be a classic Gothic horror game. It encompasses the times and themes of the Medieval age, Gothic horror, and Gothic art.

This great game starts out as a flashback in the 13th century in the fictional English Kingdom of Gallowmere. The game puts the player in control of Sir Daniel Fortesque: a brave (according to him) knight who, despite his tales of gallantry, was the first to die during the battle against the evil wizard Zarok; he got hit in the eye by an arrow in the first charge in a battle with Zarok's undead armies back in 1286.

100 years later, in 1386, Zarok returned, but the waves of necromantic energy he has unleashed upon the countryside have unwittingly revitalized the skeletal corpse of Sir Fortesque, still missing the eye where he was hit. Unable to go to the Hall of Heroes in death due to his failures in life, Sir Fortesque sets out from his crypt to exact his revenge upon Zarok and "prove himself a true hero" now that he has been given a second chance.
[from Wikipedia]

Soundtrack composed by Andrew Barnabas and Paul Arnold.

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