MediEvil is an action adventure hack and slash video game developed by Other Ocean Emeryville and published by Sony.
It is a remake of the 1998 PlayStation 1 title MediEvil, which was developed by SCE Cambridge Studio.
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Though the studio would like to continue working on the series.
Brought back from the dead.
Other Ocean Emeryville's revival of the PS1 classic is out now.
Vanquish evil souls and deposit them in the Chalice to earn rewards.
Not a very hefty game, all told.
Learn how to utilize swords, clubs, and even Dan's arm to battle foes.
Head down to Sir Dan's level to get a better look at the environment.
Check out how the remake's Asylum Grounds stacks up against the original game.
They'll save you from almost everything... before breaking, that is.
The demo will only be available until October 6.
Expect an announcement during State of Play later today.
The remake of the PlayStation classic finishes up production.
The remake is looking like an impressive improvement.
The remake's developers talk about the process of bringing the PS1 cult classic back to life.
Everything you need to know about MediEvil.
We get the most extended look at the remake yet.
The tale of Sir Daniel and his rise against Zarok looks better than ever.
Apparently a third party title announced long ago will also have a "re-reveal."
The remake will be out in 2019 for PlayStation 4.
Official PlayStation Twitter also posts a Jack-o'-lantern of Sir Daniel's visage.
Sony has revealed new details about the upcoming MediEvil revival.
Sony's Shawn Layden will offer an update on the PlayStation Blogcast.
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Full 4K support also confirmed.
It was a fake after all.
Leaked assets hint at PS4 version of the game, but take this with a massive grain of salt.