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Fallen Knight Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Fallen Knight is a 2D platformer developed by FairPlay Studios Co. Ltd and published by PQube Limited. The game is hamstrung by its terrible controls, which undermine what could have been a fun title. Fallen Knight is set in a futuristic world, where a new iteration of the Knights of the Round Table have discovered the Holy Grail and are using it as an energy source, which has resulted in many of society’s ills being resolved. A terrorist organization called The Purge seeks the Holy Grail, so they attack the city of Neo-Utopia. Lancelot and Galahad of the Knights of the Round Table are dispatched to deal with them, as well as protecting the Holy Grail from falling into the wrong hands. It’s obvious from the get-go that Fallen Knight is heavily inspired by the Mega Man Zero games, as its two protagonists function a great deal like the sword-wielding Zero. Along with the basic movements of a platform character, the two protagonists of the Fallen Knight can also wall run, wall jump, and dash forward through the air. They both also possess a parry move, which is activated by hitting an enemy when they flash before performing a move. There is also a meter that fills whenever the player hits an enemy, which Lancelot can use to heal, in a manner similar to Hollow Knight. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Fallen Knight Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Fallen Knight Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Galahad cannot use Lancelot’s healing move, but he does regain health by parrying enemies, making him a far more skill-focused character. Fallen Knight has two story modes. The first one focuses on Lancelot and it uses a Mega Man style progression, where the player can choose from different stages that have their own bosses. Lancelot can be upgraded between missions by unlocking items and purchasing stat boosts. Galahad’s mode is more of a Roguelite, as his abilities are chosen at the start of a run and he only has one life. Together, these two story campaigns could have presented an exhilarating experience, were it not for the fact that the skill-based gameplay doesn’t work in reality. The problem with Fallen Knight is its controls. They are so unresponsive and unpredictable that it makes it difficult to play the game. The issues range from: the character not stopping when letting go of left/right; the game having trouble distinguishing between a wall jump and a wall run; the game not registering when trying to use the heal move, leading to wasted time for something that already has a lengthy animation; the game having trouble registering mid-air attacks, and the character sometimes not climbing onto ledges. The issue is exacerbated by enemy attacks often drastically moving the player character’s position.

Intense Boss Battles.

such as missiles sending them rocketing towards the ground, making it feel as if the player has even less control over battle. The controls in Fallen Knight were tested on multiple controllers and a keyboard, with the same result each time. It doesn’t help that the characters have no invincibility frames, making it easy to take chain hits from multiple enemies due to a single screw-up caused by the game not registering play input. The issues are unacceptable, and it’s difficult to recommend Fallen Knight in its current state. It’s possible to finish the game in its current state, but it boils down to luck and trial & error, rather than anything under the player’s control. Fallen Knight is a sword-slashing, platform-jumping action game from Bangkok-based coders Fairplay Studios and it sees you playing as Lancelot and Galahad, two of the famous Knights of the Roundtable. The story has been updated a little though, putting it all in the future. In this future most of humanity’s worries have been solved thanks to the discovery of the Holy Grail, which now offers a source of clean energy. However, even in an idyllic future, you’ve still got assholes looking to spoil it for everyone. In this case, they are The Purge, a terrorist organisation who want to steal the grail and use it for their less noble plans. Superliminal

Fallen Knight Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Fallen Knight Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

So it is up to Lancelot (and in the alternate mode, Galahad) to take a stand and protect the grail from the evil clutches of the bad guys. A brief tutorial explains the controls and it is worth paying attention when it does. Your knight uses a sword to attack but also has a jumps, double jumps, wall runs, wall jumps and a dash move. So getting around isn’t a problem. However, if you want to do well, you’ll also need to master the parry. To parry, you just have to use your sword at the right time as an enemy is attacking. This will render them helpless and will allow you to dispatch them harmlessly and ‘with honour.’ Doing that will earn you bonus points which can then be spent between levels on new abilities and character upgrades. So, there’s quite a bit to digest there but it’s not too much and for the most part the game is pretty intuitive. New moves get introduced to you as you complete missions also. From the ability to parry ranged attacks to new air and ground moves that will give you even more ways to defeat foes. It’s nothing new but it plays much like any 2D hack and slasher but with a dash of Strider thrown in for a bit more flair. Lancelot’s campaign is set over six levels. These take place in various locations but essentially all play out the same.

Nostalgia Fueled Platforming.

You head towards the right hand side of the map, taking out mostly the same enemy types each time. You can usually go up or down a bit, but it’s still pretty linear. This is no metroidvania and that’s not a bad thing as we don’t always appreciate a sprawling map. Along the way you’ll find enemies that shoot at you, shielded ones who fire missiles, sword guys, annoying drill guys and the occasional helicopter to deal with it. It’s standard stuff though with nothing particularly original in there. Eventually you’ll come to a boss battle and these are a bit more challenging but again, it’s standard boss fight gameplay. They’ll hit you, jump around, shoot you, do big area-of-effect attacks and are generally a bit of a pain. Most are easy enough to beat though although one sniper boss got on our last nerve and the game’s final boss is a prick too. He gets to full replenish his health once you beat him which is something that we’ve always hated in a boss battle. His attacks are pretty cheap too, especially in the second half of the battle so it did leave us with a sour taste after playing. The game’s biggest issue however is that the controls are just a bit off. They are easy enough to understand but you want, and indeed need, the crispness of a Housemarque shooter but here everything is kind of sluggish. CULTIC

Fallen Knight Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Fallen Knight Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

A little inertia is just enough to make Lancelot feel a little imprecise when he runs, the wall jump/run mechanics are awful with you feeling all too sticky especially when you’re in a boss arena and the timing on the parry mechanic is frustrating at times too. The game tells you, in the briefest of still images, that you can, and should, parry boss attacks but doing this is unbelievably tricky and inconsistent. Indeed, the only consistent thing is that it’ll likely get you killed. The campaign is a bit odd in that you can go to any level you want and it’s actually a little bit confusing trying to figure out where you are meant to go next. The menu is a little bit clumsy in that respect. It doesn’t do you many favours when it comes to figuring out how upgrades work either but you’ll eventually figure that out and, in the end, what you get is relatively short and harmless two hour campaign. The closest thing to it is probably Housemarque’s Matterfall, which is their worst game but is still considerably better than Fallen Knight in terms of its responsiveness and general gameplay. Fallen Knight pits players against The Purge. No, it’s not that Purge; rather, it’s a group of terrorists that are threatening the otherwise peaceful Neo Utopia. The main campaign puts players in charge of Lancelot.

A Futuristic Knight’s Tale.

After springing into action for their first mission against the Purge can then choose their next target as they see fit. And for those looking for a real challenge, there’s an alternative campaign in which you take control of Galahad. A Boss Rush mode is thrown in for good measure too. Lancelot’s campaign in Fallen Knight plays out like your typical action platformer. Moving from one stage to the next, you navigate platforms while dispatching troublesome foes, and at the end of each stage lies a sturdy boss for you to overcome. Upon beating each boss you acquire a new ability, too, further expanding your combat abilities and making your path ahead that bit more manageable. There’s an RPG twist too; the points earned at the end of each stage can be used to buy a decent range of skills, as well as health and energy upgrades. Those skills can then be equipped, though since each one requires a certain amount of your precious energy, your choices need to be considered. You might opt to give Lancelot the ability to double jump and dash in the air, for example, or allow him to heal faster while also restoring more health. The choice is yours.Jump over to Galahad’s campaign and instead you’ll find a roguelike twist. Before each run, a selection of skills are offered to you.

you can select from those you’ve already purchased with credits you’ve acquired on previous runs. A range of persistent upgrades are available too. But once you’re out in the field you only have one life. Die, and you’ll have to start right back at the beginning again. Regardless of which campaign you find yourself in, you’ll discover that central to the Fallen Knight experience is its parry and disarm/assassinate feature. By pressing the attack button just as an enemy’s eyes flash red, you can parry their attack. Press the attack button again while they’re in a stunned state, and you’ll either non-violently disarm them or assassinate them depending on your character. You can even disarm and assassinate bosses, too, if you’re skilled enough. At the time of writing, however, PS4 trophy data shows that I’m not the only one who finds it pretty much impossible. There are problems with the parry and disarm/assassinate system during normal gameplay, too. While enemies equipped with melee weapons tend to get right up in your face before readying to attack, presenting you with a parry and disarm opportunity, those equipped with shields and guns instead require you to move in close. It takes just enough time for them to cease their ranged shenanigans and instead switch to a melee thwack for it to totally break the flow of the action.

Fallen Knight Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Fallen Knight Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

You can simply choose not to disarm them, but by doing so your score will suffer. It’s also Galahad’s only method of healing. And there’s another issue you’ll encounter during gameplay: unwieldy controls. Both movement and combat in Fallen Knight feel a tad clunky, putting a barrier between the player and the action unfolding on screen. Even worse is Lancelot’s and Galahad’s stickiness; their ability to grab onto and run up walls means that jumping to avoid projectiles when you’re near walls and platforms often becomes a farce. Eating a bullet is probably favourable to jumping to avoid one, then getting stuck of a wall or ledge as you eat yet more bullets trying to jump or drop to safe position. It’s the bosses of Fallen Knight that prove to be the highlights of the adventure. One or two of them are irritating, but for the most part engaging in one-on-one combat with them is an enjoyable affair. You’ll need to learn their attack moves and master your own if you want to emerge victorious against them on anything other than Casual difficulty, which is only available to Lancelot and provides you with a formidable set of skills from the outset. It’s clear that love has been put into the making of Fallen Knight, what with its attractive character designs and duo of campaigns, each with their own twist.  Circus Electrique Switch NSP

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