New dev diary and screenshots.
MediEvil PS4

We have some new information and screenshots to share for the upcoming MediEvil remake today. Nick Accordino from Sony Interactive Entertainment shared some fresh new information today via the PlayStation Blog. With the release of the game quickly coming up on its October 25 release, you can probably expect to see even more media in the weeks ahead.

MediEvil is a remake of the classic PlayStation 1 game of the same name. On October 25, it can be yours for $29.99 (USD). Pre-orders are open now on the PlayStation Store. Those attending Gamescom will get to have some hands-on time starting on August 20.



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“Our credo was: Do what they did, and don’t change anything unless you have a good reason to change it.” said Jeff Nachbauer, Executive Producer on the project. “Often times you’d go in the code, see a strange design decision and think ‘Why did they do that? It doesn’t make a lot of sense.’ And then you go on the journey of trying to solve challenges further in the game and ultimately release — ‘That’s exactly why they did it. I get it now.’

The team even went so far as to research the music the original developers were listening to in the days of the original PlayStation. According to Jeff, “There’s comments in the original source code of what music the developers were listening to at the time they were first making the game, which helped us understand what they were getting at when they first coded that area.”