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MediEvil is a series of platform-adventure videogames by Sony Computer Entertainment, starring Sir Daniel Fortesque, a knight who fell at the Battle of Gallowmere fought against the evil sorcerer Zarok, and became unfairly remembered as a hero. He is resurrected by Zarok's magic 100 years later, giving him a chance to truly defeat him and to become the hero he was made out to be in legend.
Three games have been released:
- MediEvil (October 9, 1998), PlayStation. Known in Japan as MediEvil: Ressurection of the Hero of Gallowmere. Re-released in 2006 for PSN.
- MediEvil 2 (April 19, 2000), PlayStation. Stylized as MediEvil II in North America.
- MediEvil: Resurrection (September 1, 2005), PSP. A remake of MediEvil. Re-released in 2008 for PSN.
Also, the 2 games bundle C-12: Final Resistance and MediEvil Twin Pack was released on May 9, 2003 for the PlayStation.
Links to other series
|Creatures||November 11, 1996||On Albia, a picture of Zarok can be found under a windmill.||2
|Everybody's Golf||February 29, 2000||The North American and European versions of Everybody's Golf 2 feature Sir Daniel Fortesque as an unlockable golfer.||1
|Primal||April 09, 2003||In the intro of the game, a model of dan-hand can be seen. A version of Dan's tomb is located in the village graveyard of the Aetha realm.||2
|C-12: Final Resistance||May 09, 2003||MediEvil and C-12: Final Resistance were released together in C-12: Final Resistance and Medievil Twin Pack.||3
|Ghosthunter||December 05, 2003||Colonel Freddie Fortesque from Ghosthunter is likely a reference to Sir Daniel Fortesque from MediEvil.||3
|WipEout||March 24, 2005||A ship called Medievil appears in the game as a promotion of MediEvil: Resurrection.||3
|PlayStation All-Stars||November 08, 2012||PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale features Sir Daniel Fortesque from MediEvil as a playable character.||1|