History VideoGame / KingsField

9th Jan '16 10:49:35 AM Mhazard
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*** ''Demon's Souls'' has its own spiritual successor by the name of ''Dark Souls'', which ''continues'' with the shout-outs, including ''Seath the Scaleless''. Probably not the same entity, but knowing From...
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*** ''Demon's Souls'' has its own spiritual successor by the name of ''Dark Souls'', which ''continues'' with the shout-outs, including ''Seath the Scaleless''. Scaleless'' and ''Black Dragon Kalameet''. Probably not the same entity, entities, but knowing From...
10th Dec '15 10:21:41 PM Starbound2
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In ''King's Field'' you play as Jean Alfred Forrester, a prince of Verdite and son of the Commander of the Royal Guard. After his father disappeared while trying to stop an ancient evil coming from the Royal Cemetery, Alfred himself goes into the ages-old graveyard to find out what happened to his father, retrieve the family sword, and stop the ancient evil himself. Along the way, he learns that his father's ancestral sword, the Dragon Sword, is actually the sealed form of the legendary Moonlight Sword, subsequently unsealing it's power.
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In ''King's Field'' you play as Jean Alfred Forrester, a prince of Verdite and son of the Commander of the Royal Guard. After his father disappeared while trying to stop an ancient evil coming from the Royal Cemetery, Alfred himself goes into the ages-old graveyard to find out what happened to his father, retrieve the family sword, and stop the ancient evil himself. Along the way, he learns that his father's ancestral sword, the Dragon Sword, is actually the sealed form of the legendary Moonlight Sword, subsequently unsealing it's its power.
5th Sep '15 12:10:15 PM MrUnderhill
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'''''King's Field''''' is a series of {{first|PersonShooter}}-person {{R|olePlayingGame}}PGs by Creator/FromSoftware (better known for the mecha-combat series ''VideoGame/ArmoredCore''). A DungeonCrawler, the gameplay and story conventions have much in common with first-person role-playing games such as the ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' series, ''Star Cruiser'', the ''Franchise/ShiningSeries'', and ''VideoGame/UltimaUnderworld'', though the gameplay mechanics are streamlined and have distinct Japanese touches.
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'''''King's Field''''' is a series of {{first|PersonShooter}}-person {{R|olePlayingGame}}PGs by Creator/FromSoftware (better known for the mecha-combat series ''VideoGame/ArmoredCore'').''VideoGame/ArmoredCore'', and [[BreakthroughHit even more better known]] as the creators of ''VideoGame/DarkSouls''.). A DungeonCrawler, the gameplay and story conventions have much in common with first-person role-playing games such as the ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' series, ''Star Cruiser'', the ''Franchise/ShiningSeries'', and ''VideoGame/UltimaUnderworld'', though the gameplay mechanics are streamlined and have distinct Japanese touches.
12th Jun '15 11:31:32 AM YoKab
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*** ''Videogame/DarkSoulsIII''( {{Playstation 4}}, XboxOne, PC)
26th Apr '15 10:40:08 AM WildCardCourier
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''King's Field III'' takes place twenty years later and stars Alfred's son, Austin Lyle Forrester. Sadly, Alfred has been possessed and has become a force of evil, and Alexander died [[SealedEvilInACan sealing Alfred in his castle]]. Lyle finds out the truth of the situation, defeats his father and the being who possessed him.
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''King's Field III'' takes place twenty years later and stars Alfred's son, Austin Lyle Forrester. Sadly, Alfred has been possessed and has become a force of evil, and Alexander died [[SealedEvilInACan sealing Alfred in his castle]].Reinhardt Castle]]. Lyle finds out the truth of the situation, defeats his father and the being who possessed him.

* MagicKnight: All four protagonists. John Alfred and his son Austin Lyle learn magic naturally, due to their bloodline. Alexander (protagonist of ''KF2'') and Devian (protagonist of ''The Ancient City'') need to acquire magic crystals in order to learn magic.
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* MagicKnight: All four protagonists. John Alfred and his son Austin Lyle learn magic naturally, due to their bloodline. Alexander (protagonist of ''KF2'') ''[=KF2=]'') and Devian (protagonist of ''The Ancient City'') need to acquire magic crystals in order to learn magic.
22nd Apr '15 7:53:50 AM YoKab
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13th Apr '15 5:19:04 AM YoKab
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** ''Videogame/Bloodborne'' ([=Playstation 4=], 2015)
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** ''Videogame/Bloodborne'' ([=Playstation 4=], {{Videogame/Bloodborne}} ({{Playstation 4}}, 2015)
13th Apr '15 5:17:52 AM YoKab
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** ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsII'' ([=PlayStation 3=], Xbox 360, PC, 2014)
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** *** ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsII'' ([=PlayStation 3=], Xbox 360, PC, 2014)2014) ** ''Videogame/Bloodborne'' ([=Playstation 4=], 2015)
23rd Mar '15 4:31:22 PM WildCardCourier
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* NamesTheSame: In ''King's Field III'', Lyle's LoveInterest Lyn has the last name of Reinhardt, same as his late grandmother's maiden name. However, due to Lyn being an elf, they aren't blood related.
23rd Mar '15 12:30:38 AM WildCardCourier
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'''''King's Field''''' is a series of {{first|PersonShooter}}-person {{R|olePlayingGame}}PGs by Creator/FromSoftware (better known for the mecha-combat series ''VideoGame/ArmoredCore''). A DungeonCrawler, the gameplay and story conventions have much in common with first-person role-playing games such as the ''MegamiTensei'', ''Star Cruiser'', ''{{Shining}}'', and ''VideoGame/UltimaUnderworld'', though the gameplay mechanics are streamlined and have distinct Japanese touches.
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'''''King's Field''''' is a series of {{first|PersonShooter}}-person {{R|olePlayingGame}}PGs by Creator/FromSoftware (better known for the mecha-combat series ''VideoGame/ArmoredCore''). A DungeonCrawler, the gameplay and story conventions have much in common with first-person role-playing games such as the ''MegamiTensei'', ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' series, ''Star Cruiser'', ''{{Shining}}'', the ''Franchise/ShiningSeries'', and ''VideoGame/UltimaUnderworld'', though the gameplay mechanics are streamlined and have distinct Japanese touches.

* ''King's Field'' (PlayStation, 1994) -- [[NoExportForYou Released only in Japan]]
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* ''King's Field'' (PlayStation, 1994) -- [[NoExportForYou Released only in Japan]]Japan]], launch title

The three [=PlayStation=] games form what is sometimes known as the "Verdite Trilogy," as they all involve events in or that involve the Kingdom of Verdite, the dragons Seath and Guyra (who are basically gods), and usually require the hero to attain the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Moonlight Sword]]. The games are ultimately plot-lite, but actually have a bit of mythology behind them if you talk to a lot of people and read the manuals. In ''King's Field'' you play as Alfred, a prince who ventures into the Royal Cemetery to hunt down the source of an unknown evil and, on his journeys, receives the Moonlight Sword. ''King's Field II'' takes place a number of years later. Alfred is now King of Verdite. The Moonlight Sword has been stolen and evidence indicates the thief is on the island of Melanat, which is supposedly cursed. The King's friend Alexander volunteers to go to Melanat and retrieve the sword, winds up discovering a slave-mining operation and [[spoiler:a plot to revive the black dragon, Guyra.]] ''King's Field III'' takes place twenty years later and stars Alfred's son, Lyle. Sadly, Alfred has been possessed and has become a force of evil, and Alexander died [[SealedEvilInACan sealing Alfred in his castle]]. Lyle finds out the truth of the situation, defeats his father and the being who possessed him. ''King's Field IV'' is an all new story that basically has nothing to do with the Verdite Trilogy. In it, your main character is given the [[ArtifactOfDeath Idol of Sorrow]] and tasked with returning it to it's pedestal in the Ancient City, which will supposedly break the curse. In the course of your journey you learn that the civilization of the Ancient City had begun worshiping "the darkness" and may have brought about their own destruction. The Moonlight Sword once again appears, but its a completely different sword from the one in the Verdite trilogy.
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The three [=PlayStation=] games form what is sometimes known as the "Verdite Trilogy," Trilogy", as they all involve events in or that involve the Kingdom of Verdite, Verdite and the Verdite Royal Family, the dragons Seath and Guyra (who are basically gods), and usually require the hero to attain the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Moonlight Sword]]. The games are ultimately plot-lite, but actually have a bit of mythology behind them if you talk to a lot of people and read the manuals. In ''King's Field'' you play as Alfred, Jean Alfred Forrester, a prince who ventures into of Verdite and son of the Commander of the Royal Cemetery Guard. After his father disappeared while trying to hunt down the source of stop an unknown ancient evil and, on coming from the Royal Cemetery, Alfred himself goes into the ages-old graveyard to find out what happened to his journeys, receives father, retrieve the family sword, and stop the ancient evil himself. Along the way, he learns that his father's ancestral sword, the Dragon Sword, is actually the sealed form of the legendary Moonlight Sword. Sword, subsequently unsealing it's power. ''King's Field II'' takes place a number of years later. Alfred is now the King of Verdite.Verdite, being the last heir to the line. The Moonlight Sword has been stolen and evidence indicates the thief is on the island of Melanat, which is supposedly cursed. The King's friend Alexander Alexander, the crown prince of Granitiki, volunteers to go to Melanat and retrieve the sword, winds up discovering a slave-mining operation and [[spoiler:a plot to revive the black dragon, Guyra.]] ''King's Field III'' takes place twenty years later and stars Alfred's son, Lyle.Austin Lyle Forrester. Sadly, Alfred has been possessed and has become a force of evil, and Alexander died [[SealedEvilInACan sealing Alfred in his castle]]. Lyle finds out the truth of the situation, defeats his father and the being who possessed him. ''King's Field IV'' is an all new story that basically has nothing to do with the Verdite Trilogy. Trilogy, although it makes allusions to the trilogy. In it, your main character character, Prince Devian Rosberg, is given the [[ArtifactOfDeath Idol of Sorrow]] and tasked with returning it to it's pedestal in the Ancient City, which will supposedly break the curse.curse which has befallen his home kingdom of Azalin. In the course of your journey you learn that the civilization of the Ancient City had begun worshiping "the darkness" and may have brought about their own destruction. The Moonlight Sword once again appears, but its a completely different sword from the one in the Verdite trilogy.

The three [=PlayStation=] games form what is sometimes known as * DarkSecret: [[spoiler:The Reinhardt family's skill with magic comes from their bloodline, cursed by the "Verdite Trilogy," as they all involve events in or that involve the Kingdom seed of Verdite, the dragons evil which overtook Seath and Guyra (who are basically gods), and usually require the hero to attain the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Moonlight Sword]]. The games are ultimately plot-lite, but actually have a bit of mythology behind them if you talk to a lot of people and read the manuals. In ''King's Field'' you play as Alfred, a prince who ventures into the Royal Cemetery to hunt down the source of an unknown evil and, on his journeys, receives the Moonlight Sword. ''King's Field II'' takes place a number of years later. Alfred is now King of Verdite. The Moonlight Sword has been stolen and evidence indicates the thief is on the island of Melanat, which is supposedly cursed. The King's friend Alexander volunteers to go to Melanat and retrieve the sword, winds up discovering a slave-mining operation and [[spoiler:a plot to revive the black dragon, Guyra.]] ''King's Field III'' takes place twenty years later and stars Alfred's son, Lyle. Sadly, Alfred has been possessed and has become a force of evil, and Alexander died [[SealedEvilInACan sealing Alfred in his castle]]. Lyle finds out the truth of the situation, defeats his father and the being who possessed him. ''King's Field IV'' is an all new story that basically has nothing to do with the Verdite Trilogy. In it, your main character is given the [[ArtifactOfDeath Idol of Sorrow]] and tasked with returning it to it's pedestal in the Ancient City, which will supposedly break the curse. In the course of your journey you learn that the civilization of the Ancient City had begun worshiping "the darkness" and may have brought about their own destruction. The Moonlight Sword once again appears, but its a completely different sword from the one in the Verdite trilogy. ]]

The three [=PlayStation=] games form what is sometimes known as the "Verdite Trilogy," as they all involve events in or that involve the Kingdom of Verdite, the dragons Seath and Guyra (who are basically gods), and usually require the hero to attain the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Moonlight Sword]]. The games are ultimately plot-lite, but actually have a bit of mythology behind them if you talk to a lot of people and read the manuals. In ''King's Field'' you play as Alfred, a prince who ventures into the Royal Cemetery to hunt down the source of an unknown evil and, on his journeys, receives the Moonlight Sword. ''King's Field II'' takes place a number of years later. * MagicKnight: All four protagonists. John Alfred is now King of Verdite. The Moonlight Sword has been stolen and evidence indicates the thief is on the island of Melanat, which is supposedly cursed. The King's friend his son Austin Lyle learn magic naturally, due to their bloodline. Alexander volunteers to go to Melanat (protagonist of ''KF2'') and retrieve the sword, winds up discovering a slave-mining operation and [[spoiler:a plot to revive the black dragon, Guyra.]] ''King's Field III'' takes place twenty years later and stars Alfred's son, Lyle. Sadly, Alfred has been possessed and has become a force Devian (protagonist of evil, and Alexander died [[SealedEvilInACan sealing Alfred in his castle]]. Lyle finds out the truth of the situation, defeats his father and the being who possessed him. ''King's Field IV'' is an all new story that basically has nothing to do with the Verdite Trilogy. In it, your main character is given the [[ArtifactOfDeath Idol of Sorrow]] and tasked with returning it to it's pedestal in the ''The Ancient City, which will supposedly break the curse. In the course of your journey you City'') need to acquire magic crystals in order to learn that the civilization of the Ancient City had begun worshiping "the darkness" and may have brought about their own destruction. The Moonlight Sword once again appears, but its a completely different sword from the one in the Verdite trilogy. magic.

* MultipleEndings: In ''King's Field III'' its possible to confront King Alfred without reforging the Moonlight Sword. [[spoiler:you get a BadEnding implying that Lyle becomes possessed, and you also don't get to face the true final boss.]] * NostalgiaLevel: The Royal Cemetary in ''King's Field III'' is this for Japanese gamers (it was the setting of the original ''King's Field'').
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* MultipleEndings: In ''King's Field III'' its possible to confront King Alfred without reforging the Moonlight Sword. [[spoiler:you get a BadEnding [[spoiler:Doing so gets you the BadEnding, implying that Lyle becomes possessed, and you also don't get to face the true final boss.]] * NamesTheSame: In ''King's Field III'', Lyle's LoveInterest Lyn has the last name of Reinhardt, same as his late grandmother's maiden name. However, due to Lyn being an elf, they aren't blood related. * NostalgiaLevel: The Royal Cemetary Cemetery in ''King's Field III'' is this for Japanese gamers (it was the setting of the original ''King's Field'').

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* MultipleEndings: In ''King's Field III'' its possible to confront King Alfred without reforging the Moonlight Sword. [[spoiler:you get a BadEnding implying that Lyle becomes possessed, and you also don't get to face the true final boss.]] * NostalgiaLevel: RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: The Royal Cemetary in ''King's Field III'' is this for Japanese gamers (it was the setting protagonists of the original ''King's Field'').Verdite Trilogy and ''The Ancient City'' are all princes.

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* MultipleEndings: In ''King's Field III'' its possible to confront King Alfred without reforging the Moonlight Sword. [[spoiler:you get a BadEnding implying that Lyle becomes possessed, and you also don't get to face the true final boss.]] * NostalgiaLevel: The Royal Cemetary in ''King's Field III'' is this for Japanese gamers (it was the setting of the original ''King's Field'').
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