There is a serious issue regarding speed, camera and enemies re-spawning system. The game seems to re-spawn them according to the camera position, not the knight's. My speed is almost maxed (if we want to call it so) and the camera outruns me by far every time I stop, so when enemies re-spawn I'm still out of sight, and thus they re-spawn on me, because the camera is not even seeing me.
Someone should correct a bad mistake in the Italian translation. When you die it says "gioco finito", which actually means "you completed the game" and not "game over". "Game over" can indeed translate as "gioco finito" as a general sentece, but in video games when you die we say "game over" as well, or at the very least "fine partita".
(from an English to Italian semi-professional translator)
I find the multiple solution issue way too annoying to be overlooked. I love their games because you can always find a solution with logic. Right now I'm staring at a complete and UNDOUBTEDLY CORRECT solution I came up with, but still it won't accept it.
I think it would just work better if NPCs didn't block each other's way. Now they often push the target in an angle and it just gets longer before it's even possible to reach it.
Great game anyway. Better than Ultimate Assassin for one simple reason: you can still move if they spot you, which makes it way funnier.
Very good game, 5/5, but... am I the only one that finds it so dark I can barely see? I think the problem is actually in the fact that the images are both dark and desaturated, and the result is quite painful for the eyes.
This is the retro-expert quiz, not the gaming quiz. It would make sense if there weren't so many question on the same series over and over again: 80% of the game is about Nintendo games from the mid '80s and first '90s and on the oldest Final Fantasy games. They sure have a place in here, but they can't be only games you are asked of.
And give me a break when I finish a section. Let me decide when to begin the next section, this is not an endurance game. My hand literally hurts.