Excerpt: Trying to fully explain how to play Knights in the Nightmare would take more room than I should reasonably use here. Believe me, I tried. When I wasn't finished after writing over 500 words, I realized it was futile.
Excerpt: Knights in the Nightmare is not just anoter strategy RPG. If you saw the isometric perspective and expected a Final Fantasy Tactics game or something turn-based and relatively simplistic then you need to do some more research.
Summary: Knights in the Nightmare requires players to throw out everything they know about RPG and strategy games and embrace something altogether new and fresh. Frantic, energetic action mixes with thought-provoking tactical gameplay, all within a beautifully-rendered fantasy setting and presented through a...
Conclusion: Knights in the Nightmare is not a game for everyone, but it tries to be. Even though you can heavily customize your items, and combine Knights’ souls, all of it isn’t needed to complete the game.
Excerpt: Underdog developer Sting is back with the third game in their "Dept Heaven" series. Even though it's the third game, Knights in the Nightmare is actually called Episode IV (an MMORPG is rumored as the missing Episode III).