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This article is about real world history. For the history of MediEvil's game world, see World history.

This page details the real world history of the MediEvil series and the studios behind it.
Includes information outside of 'official information' as well, such as the history of the Gallowmere Historia itself.

Legend


Timeline

1988

1989

1990

  • MillenniumIcon Millennium release James Pond: Underwater AgentHoverforce, Horror Zombies from the Crypt and Thunderstrike.

1991

  • MillenniumIcon Millennium release Virtual Reality Vol. 2, Stormball, The Adventures of Robin Hood and James Pond 2: Codename: RoboCod.

1992

  • MillenniumIcon Millennium release Cyber Empires, The Aquatic Games, Daughter of Serpents, Global Effect and Rome AD 92.

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

  • January 7: Med3icoMediEvil 3 petition on Petition Spot is published.
  • February 8: Med3ico The MediEvil 3 petition on Petition Spot reaches 50 signatures.
  • February 11: Devart The MediEvil-Fanclub group on DeviantArt is formed.
  • February 14: Wikipedia Memory Card The MediEvil article is published on the Portuguese Wikipedia.
  • February 15: Wikipedia Memory Card 2 Resurrection-Icon The MediEvil 2 and MediEvil: Resurrection articles are published on the Portuguese Wikipedia.
  • February 18: Wikia The Gallowmere Historia is created as the Gallowmere Wiki.[34]
  • April 22: Wikipedia Memory Card The MediEvil article is published on the Norwegian Wikipedia.
  • May 18: Med3ico In a comment on the PlayStation.Blog, Jason Wilson mentions that the SCE Cambridge Studio previously dabbled with ideas for a PlayStation Move MediEvil game. This might have been the A Game of Bones concept.
  • May 27: Med3ico The MediEvil 3 petition on Petition Spot reaches 100 signatures.
  • June 4Resurrection-Icon MediEvil: Resurrection is rereleased as part of the PSP Essentials.
  • June 9Resurrection-Icon MediEvil: Resurrection is rereleased on the PS Store as part of the PSP Essentials.[35]
  • July 9: Med3ico A rumor that the latest issue of PSM3 magazine claims Sony Cambridge is developing a new MediEvil game starts spreading. The source of this rumour is an article on Games Thirst.
  • August 3: Wikipedia Memory Card 2 Resurrection-Icon The MediEvil 2 and MediEvil: Resurrection articles are published on the Polish Wikipedia.
  • August 4: Memory Card Starting from this day, MediEvil was available for free to PlayStation Plus subscribers.[36]
  • September 1: Memory Card After this day, MediEvil was no longer available for free as part of the PlayStation Plus service.
  • September 18: Devart The Medievil-fans group on DeviantArt is formed.
  • October 13: Med3ico The MediEvil 3 petition on Petition Spot reaches 150 signatures.
  • October 24Medicon2 RAWTalent's GTA MediEvil project is moved to the Unity game engine and becomes known as MediEvil III (occasionally stylised as Medi3vil).
  • December 28: Devart The MediEvil-Is-Awesome group on DeviantArt is formed.

2011

2012

2013

2014

  • January 2: Wikia The MediEvil 1 Wiki is renamed to the MediEvil Rolling Demo Wiki and becomes an affiliate of the Gallowmere Wiki.[43]
  • January 3: Facebook-Icon A MediEvil fan page called "Medievil Sir Daniel Fortesque fan's" is created on Facebook.
  • January 5: Wikia The MediEvil Wiki merges with the Gallowmere Wiki.
  • January 6: Wikia The Spanish MediEvil Wiki is renamed to the Spanish Gallowmere Wiki.[44]
  • January 27: Wikia The Hungarian MediEvil Wiki merges with the Hungarian Gallowmere Wiki.
  • February 11: Wikipedia Memory Card 2 The MediEvil 2 article is published on the Russian Wikipedia.
  • February 14: Pswiki The Independent MediEvil Wiki is relocated to a new domain. However, the website has been down since late 2014.
  • February 20: Wikia The Primal Wiki becomes an affiliate of the Gallowmere Wiki.[45]
  • February 24: Wikia The Italian MediEvil-Resurrection Wiki is renamed to the Italian Gallowmere Wiki.[46]
  • March 20: Wikia The MediEvil Speedrunning Wiki is created.
  • March 25PSASBR-Icon A PSASBR Sir Daniel Fortesque avatar is released for download on the PS Store in America.
  • March 29: Wikipedia Resurrection-Icon The MediEvil: Resurrection article is published on the Russian Wikipedia.
  • April 1: Wikia The MediEvil Speedrunning Wiki is absorbed into the Gallowmere Wiki.
  • April 9: PSASBR-Icon A PSASBR Sir Daniel Fortesque avatar is released for download on the PS Store in Europe.
  • April 30: GuerrillaIcon Jason Riley leaves Guerrilla Cambridge.
  • May 20: Facebook-Icon A Medievil Fanpage (DansUnofficialCript) is created on Facebook.
  • June 4: Memory Card 2 Two original MediEvil 2 concept artwork boards are offered up for sale on eBay.
  • June 5: Memory Card 2 Proboards A thread about the auction of two concept art boards is made on the MediEvil Boards.
  • June 6: Med3ico A MediEvil 3 petition is published on Gamer Petitions.
  • June 14: Memory Card 2 The auction of the two MediEvil 2 concept artwork boards ends.
  • July 9: Med3ico The MediEvil 3 petition on Gamer Petitions reaches 50 signatures.
  • August 7: Medicon2 KorinOo's MediEvil in Skyrim mod gets an official trailer. The mod becomes officially known as MediEvil: Hero of Gallowmere. The trailer becomes viral and is covered by several gaming related media outlets.
  • August 21Med3ico The MediEvil 3 petition on Gamer Petitions reaches 100 signatures.
  • September 4Medicon2 Facebook-Icon  A French MediEvil fansite called MediEvil World is made, as well as a Facebook fan page and Twitter account to go with it.
  • September 10: Devart Medicon2 olgatarta of DeviantArt begins publishing her MediEvil comic.
  • October 4: Memory Card Medicon2 An unofficial hungarian translation of MediEvil is completed and released to the public.
  • October 5Med3ico The MediEvil 3 petition on Gamer Petitions reaches 150 signatures. The Gamer Petitions website is later shut down, and the petition disappears with it.
  • October 31: Medicon2 MediEvil World's MediEvil E-book is published.

2015

  • February 3: Wikipedia Memory Card The MediEvil article is published on the Czech Wikipedia.
  • February 19: Tcrfico The MediEvil 2 article is published on The Cutting Room Floor.
  • March 29: Med3ico A video of a box projected cubemap reflection shader for a supposed PS4 MediEvil title that was never released is uploaded to YouTube. However, the video goes by unnoticed until July 9th.
  • May 7: Med3ico Medicon2 A twitter user known as BLUE_EYES uploads supposedly leaked images and videos of a MediEvil project, suggesting Sir Daniel Fortesque will return this E3. This was interpreted by many as a MediEvil game in development for the PlayStation 4. The story was quickly covered by various gaming related media outlets.
  • May 8: Med3ico Medicon2 BLUE_EYES leaks more images of the project and promises that its true nature will be revealed come Sunday. However, the project is soon unveiled by NeoGAF users to be the pet project of an artist known as Willms. Willms thus decides to publish his work that very same day.
  • May 9: Med3icoMediEvil 3 petition is published on Change.org.
  • May 10: Med3ico The MediEvil 3 petition on Change.org reaches 250 signatures.
  • May 11: Medicon2 80lvl interviews Willms and publishes the interview on their website.
  • May 27: Med3ico The MediEvil 3 petition on Change.org reaches 500 signatures. It goes on to reach 1000 signatures, but never reaches its goal of 2000 and is eventually closed.
  • July 9: Med3ico A twitter user known as SpAM_CAN discovers a video of a supposed PS4 MediEvil that was never released. The story is covered by TheSixthAxis that very same day.
  • July 22: Medicon2  Source Shift announces that he is rebooting his MediEvil fan movie, The One Eyed Knight, in a thread on the MediEvil Boards.[47] The status of the project is currently unknown.
  • July 23Wikia The Gallowmere Wiki gets a major theme overhaul.
  • October 31: Medicon2 KorinOo's MediEvil: Hero of Gallowmere Skyrim mod is released on Mod DB and the Skyrim Nexus.
  • December 29: The Gallowmere Wiki is renamed to the Gallowmere Historia.

2016

2017

2018

2019

References

  1. CREATURE LABS LTD. - Overview (free company information from Companies House) at beta.companieshouse.gov.uk.
  2. Memory Card Sorcerers - Jason Riley at MediEvil Official EU Website (archived version).
  3. Memory Card Sorcerers - Katie Lea at MediEvil Official EU Website (archived version).
  4. Memory Card Sorcerers - Chris Sorrell at MediEvil Official EU Website (archived version).
  5. Memory Card Sorcerers - Paul Donovan at MediEvil Official EU Website (archived version).
  6. Memory Card MediEvil's Design History, 2:17.
  7. Memory Card Sorcerers - Nina Kristensen at MediEvil Official EU Website (archived version).
  8. Memory Card Sorcerers - Mike Philbin at MediEvil Official EU Website (archived version).
  9. 9.0 9.1 Memory Card The Making of MediEvil.
  10. 10.0 10.1 Memory Card Sorcerers - Matt Johnson at MediEvil Official EU Website (archived version).
  11. E3 Preview MediEvil at PSX Nation. Published June 21, 1997.
  12. Memory Card 2 Development at MediEvil 2 Official EU Website (archived version).
  13. 13.0 13.1 Jason Nisse, Sony spends £6m on research base in The Times. Published July 14, 1997.
  14. Memory Card Chat at MediEvil Official EU Website (archived version).
  15. Memory Card MediEvil Contest at MediEvil Official US Website (archived version).
  16. Sam Kennedy and James Mielke, [http://web.archive.org/web/0 id_/http://headline.gamespot.com/news/99_09/07_vg_medi2/index.html Sony Announces Medievil 2] at GameStop. Published September 7, 1999.
  17. Douglass Perry, [http://web.archive.org/web/0/http://psx.ign.com/previews/12952.html In case you missed it: Sony announces the successor to Medievil for a spring 2000 release.] at IGN. Published September 10, 1999.
  18. Memory Card 2 Press Release at MediEvil 2 Official EU Website (archived version).
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 Memory Card 2 MediEvil 2 Competition at MediEvil 2 Official EU Website (archived version).
  20. Games - Console in 2000 at BAFTA Awards.
  21. Everyone's Favorite Undead Hero Resurrects to the PlayStation(R) Game Console In MediEvil(R) II in PR Newswire. Published May 9, 2000.
  22. 22.0 22.1 Memory Card 2 Medievil Times. Published by Sony Computer Entertainment in 2000.
  23. 23.0 23.1 Sony Computer Entertainment America and Hershey Foods Corporation Team-Up For a Tantalizing Halloween Promotion at Sony Corporation of America. Published September 18, 2000.
  24. Ittensohn, Oliver, Interview with composer Paul Arnold at GSoundtracks. Retrieved 18 May, 2012.
  25. Resume / CV at Mitch Phillips Portfolio.
  26. Jason Allen, Pre-E3 2005: Medievil Resurrection at IGN. Published April 26, 2005.
  27. Sony Computer Entertainment America Continues to Support Summer's Hottest Music Tours Across the Country at Sony Corporation of America. Published July 12, 2005.
  28. Sony Computer Entertainment America Supports Action Sports Through Sponsorship of ESPN X Games 11 at Sony Corporation of America. Published August 2, 2005.
  29. Mobile PlayStation® Videogame Arcade Brings Fun and Entertainment to Your Neighborhood at Sony Media Room. Published September 20, 2005.
  30. Mobile PlayStation® Videogame Arcade Brings Fun and Entertainment to Your Neighborhood at Sony Media Room. Published February 1, 2006.
  31. Admin at MediEvil Forum.
  32. http://www.parkproductions.co.uk/area/magazine/retrogamer.htm
  33. https://store.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com/#!/en-us/games/medievil-resurrection/cid=UP9000-UCUS98620_00-GPCMEDIEVI000001
  34. http://gallowmere.wikia.com/wiki/Special:WikiStats?action=main
  35. https://store.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com/#!/en-gb/games/medievil-resurrection-psp/cid=EP9000-UCES00006_00-GPCMEDIEVI000ESN?smcid=ps:show-now:visit-playstation-store:ps-playstation-store
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  38. http://playstationallstars.wikia.com/wiki/Template:Portal/Component/Affiliates?diff=next&oldid=9783
  39. http://sirdanielfortesque.proboards.com/post/9479
  40. http://hu.gallowmere.wikia.com/wiki/Speci%C3%A1lis:WikiStats?action=main
  41. http://es.gallowmere.wikia.com/wiki/Especial:WikiEstad%C3%ADsticas?action=main
  42. http://medievilrollingdemo.wikia.com/wiki/Special:WikiStats?action=main
  43. http://medievilrollingdemo.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:2462#14
  44. http://es.gallowmere.wikia.com/wiki/Hilo:300#11
  45. http://primal.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page?diff=next&oldid=4390
  46. http://it.gallowmere.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:226#35
  47. Proboards The One Eyed Knight at MediEvil Boards. Published July 22, 2015.
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