The best place to go if you're looking for a guide to MediEvil that both the living and the dead can edit. MediEvil is a series of action-adventure hack n' slash video games produced by SCE Cambridge Studio. The main protagonist of the series is a cowardly, skeletal undead knight, Sir Daniel Fortesque.
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Welcome to the Gallowmere Historia!
A MediEvil Wiki that both the living and the dead can edit.
Note: Be wary of unmarked spoilers! Read at your own risk.
Did You Know
- ...that Lord Palethorn's birth name is Reggie Pallthrop?
- ...that four MediEvil prototypes were developed in 2012 by students of the University of Abertay Dundee?
- ...that a MediEvil soundtrack was included with Joypad issue 71, released exclusively in France?
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Cult of Fortesque
London, Monday, May 10, 2021.
- October 6, 2020: The MediEvil remake becomes a part of Sony’s PlayStation Now offering.
- December 20, 2019: The MediEvil Short-Lived Demo returns to the PS Store. It is also updated with two additional levels and options introduced in Patch 1.02 for the full game.
- November 20, 2019: Patch 1.02 for the MediEvil remake is released. It introduces new Options menu settings, such as an adjustable Camera Speed, a Dan Cam Toggle and 30FPS Lock.
- October 25, 2019: The MediEvil remake is released.
- October 6, 2019: The MediEvil Short-Lived Demo is discontinued.
- September 24, 2019: The MediEvil Short-Lived Demo is revealed during Sony's State of Play stream and becomes available for download shortly after.