The first King’s Quest dealt with the events of King Greem when this was still a knight, while the other (which is currently ahead of us) goes further in the past. In this section, Greed is just a young contender for the Knighthood. The story of the adventures of the prince full of enthusiasm and goodwill tells him, but several decades after these events.
At the beginning of the game, we find ourselves as an old man in bed, and his granddaughter Gvendolin tells about youth adventures. The occasional circumstances in which the narrative stream can be changed are attributed to the senility of the old king (and it is possible, and his desire to make the story more interesting to the granddaughter).
There are no alternatives yet, although it suggests that this will change until the end of the Sage. The game gives us just one slot for (automatic) position save, so the only way to make a decision about, say, the fate of the dragon, is to start the adventure from scratch. Apart from this, there are also tasks such as guarding the wolves and rescuing the picnics from bees, for which, if you miss them, there is no correction exam.
There are a total of five chapters, with one epilogue episode. King’s Quest strives to be as close as possible to its protagonists in graphic design, which is not bad because of its cartoon appearance and how it does. Out of the bad solutions, the inability to break up the dialogue and the lack of a map are distinguished, and the jumping from failure to innocence is inevitable. The control system is adapted to the consoles.
Scenes where young Greyhounds can lose their heads are a trademark of the series, but here they only serve to laugh, with Grey’s grandson: “You see, Gvendolin, that would have happened that I was fuzzy, but not.” If you are looking for one reason to get it And play King’s Quest, let this be a narration, the old king’s voice lends to Christopher Loy, and he did the job as he expected it – phenomenally.
King’s Quest Chapter 1: A Knight to Remember can proudly claim that it has properly refuted the legendary Sierra Saga. The inevitability of leaving the point & click concept of making a more modern performance is a discernible decision, but King’s Quest is still an adventure. The spirit of Daventry, the fairytale kingdoms of the Greeks, remained intact.