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King Arthur: Knight's Tale

Role-playing (RPG), Strategy, Turn-based strategy (TBS)

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Developers/Publishers:

NeoCore Games

79.92976737565613

January 27, 2021, April 26, 2022, February 22, 2024

PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S

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Repetitive Elements: Some players might find the gameplay of King Arthur: Knight's Tale repetitive, especially if they prefer more varied Role-playing (RPG), Strategy, Turn-based strategy (TBS) games.

Limited Content: King Arthur: Knight's Tale might not offer enough content to keep players engaged for extended periods.

Potential Frustrations: Certain aspects of the game can be frustrating, which may deter players who prefer a more streamlined experience.

Specific Appeal: The game's unique blend of Role-playing (RPG), Strategy, Turn-based strategy (TBS) elements may not cater to everyone's tastes.

Why To Avoid

Unique Concept: King Arthur: Knight's Tale stands out due to its Role-playing (RPG), Strategy, Turn-based strategy (TBS) elements, providing a refreshing experience for fans of the genre.

Engaging Gameplay: The game offers King Arthur: Knights Tale mixes an XCOM-style turn-based battle system with traditional RPG mechanics, including character development, choices that impact the direction of your campaign, and upgrading your home base of Camelot. The story follows Sir Mordred, who travels with a band of knights across Avalon in search of King Arthur. This is already an interesting twist on the classic legend, as Sir Mordred is King Arthur's nemesis, traditionally shown as the king's traitorous nephew. In this version of the tale, Mordred has actually mortally wounded Arthur, and is now stalking him through the isle of Avalon to finish the job on command of The Lady of the Lake., ensuring players remain hooked and entertained.

Visually Appealing: King Arthur: Knight's Tale features stunning graphics and art design, enhancing the overall immersion.

Accessible Controls: With its intuitive controls and mechanics, King Arthur: Knight's Tale is easy to pick up and play, appealing to both new and seasoned gamers.

Why To Play

King Arthur: Knights Tale mixes an XCOM-style turn-based battle system with traditional RPG mechanics, including character development, choices that impact the direction of your campaign, and upgrading your home base of Camelot.

The story follows Sir Mordred, who travels with a band of knights across Avalon in search of King Arthur. This is already an interesting twist on the classic legend, as Sir Mordred is King Arthur's nemesis, traditionally shown as the king's traitorous nephew.

In this version of the tale, Mordred has actually mortally wounded Arthur, and is now stalking him through the isle of Avalon to finish the job on command of The Lady of the Lake.

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