Quest for Camelot

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Quest for Camelot
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As if the movie wasn't bad enough!
Genre: Action RPG
Platforms: Game Boy Color
Nintendo 64 (Planned but was scrapped)
Release Date: 1998
Developer: Titus Interactive
Publisher: Titus Interactive
Nintendo
Made in: France


Quest for Camelot is an action role-playing game developed and published by Titus Interactive with assistance from Nintendo for the Game Boy Color in 1998. It is based on the animated Warner Bros. movie of the same title. The game is compatible with the Super Game Boy, Game Boy Printer and as well as play on the original Game Boy. A Nintendo 64 version of the game was planned but was scrapped following the film's performance at the box office.

Why It Sucks

  1. The storyline is just as weak as the movie.
  2. Horrible graphics, even games like Rayman, Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to the Rescue, Wario Land 3, The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX, Final Fantasy Adventure and Spider-Man (2000) had better graphics than this.
  3. A generic soundtrack that is unrelated to the film, and it only had 6 songs.
  4. The only playable character in this game was Kayley (the main character of the film).
  5. It's a ripoff of The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening. Even the gameplay is similar to it.
  6. The third level and the eighth level of the game are insanely difficult. If you step into that lake or pond or fall into the pit you start back at the start of the level all over again and lose a heart.
  7. The side-quests are boring and don't reward the player.
  8. The boss battles are boring.
  9. The still images from the movie look horrible.
  10. There is only one save file. Even Link's Awakening offered three save files to the player.
  11. There are no passwords to skip parts of the game.
  12. You only get one life and no continues.

Comments


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LeroyManTheFirst

9 months ago
Score 6
The fact that Nintendo published this.........
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Paprika

9 months ago
Score 6
I know, especially considering Nintendo never does licensed games.

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