|SCE Cambridge Studio|
|Sony Computer Entertainment|
|Mitch Phillips, Ben Levitt, Shafeq Rahman, Chris Riddell, Richard Thomas, Angelo Bod, Xavier Malard and Richard O'Donovan|
|Patrick McCarthy, Martin Pond and Dominic Cahalin|
|Mike Froggatt, Darren White, Chip Bell, Daniel Hotop and Daniel Tomlinson|
|European Release Date(s)|
September 1, 2005
|North American Release Date(s)|
September 13, 2005
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Gameplay[edit | edit source]
The gameplay in MediEvil: Resurrection is similar to that of the original MediEvil. Dan can utilise a variety of weapons, including melee weapons such as swords and axes and ranged weapons like throwing daggers and crossbows. If Dan defeats enough enemies to collect the Chalice of Souls hidden throughout each level, he will be able to travel to the Hall of Heroes where a legendary hero will reward him with a new weapon or other helpful items. Dan possesses a single life bar throughout the game, which can be sustained by collecting Life Bottles throughout the game which can be replenished by energy vials and Life Fountains. The PSP version also includes some exclusive minigames which can also be played using local multiplayer.
Characters[edit | edit source]
- Sir Daniel Fortesque - The captain of the guard who fell in the first wave of arrows at the Battle of Gallowmere. He was resurrected by Zarok 100 years later and has been given a chance in death to prove himself to be the hero he never was in life. He is voiced by Jason Wilson.
- Zarok - Evil sorcerer who was once part of King Peregrine's retinue and was banished for meddling with the dead. Defeated at the battle of Gallowmere, he returned 100 years later to plague Gallowmere once again. He is voiced by Paul Darrow.
- Al-Zalam - A powerful Genie from the east whose powers were stripped by Zarok, now a bothersome squatter in Sir Dan's skull. He offers advice to Sir Dan and tries to pull off jokes when he gets the chance.
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