Knights [PS2 – Cancelled]

Knights [PS2 – Cancelled]

Knights is a cancelled platform / action game that was in development in 2002 / 2003 by Lost Boys Games, planned to be published by Swing! Entertainment. The game was canned in late 2003 because Lost Boys Games were sold to Media Republic and renamed Guerrilla Games, when they started to work on their Killzone series for Sony. In this comical adventure game, your intrepid knight faced dangers by using environment where his lacking swordplay skills failed him — the game was designed to heavily utilize next-gen physics for its platforming gameplay and puzzle solutions. It’s interesting to know that Knights was originally started as a multiplayer brawler for Dreamcast and PC by Digital Infinity, but that version was canned when DI were merged with Lost Boys in late 1999.

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    Knights was an action game, it’s developed by Lost Boys Games and published by Swing! Entertainment, it was cancelled in 2002 because in a later incarnation, became famous for the Killzone franchise.
    In this comical adventure game, your intrepid knight faced dangers by using his environment where his lacking swordplay skills failed him — the game was designed to heavily utilize next-gen physics for its platforming gameplay and puzzle solutions.

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