Welcome to the King’s Quest review hub. Here we’ll collect our reviews for the individual chapters of the game as they are released. Once the game is complete, we’ll update this page to include a full review of the whole experience, as well as a final rating. Check out the reviews for the currently available chapter(s) below.
- Chapter 1: A Knight to Remember — “a lengthy, challenging and extremely polished opening chapter ensures King’s Quest is a welcome return”
- Chapter 2: Rubble Without a Cause — “although it fails to live up to the expectation set by Chapter 1, Rubble Without a Cause is still a fun and engaging puzzle adventure”
- Chapter 3: Once Upon a Climb — “a considerable change of pace that introduces key new characters and delivers warmth, humour and charm in spades”
- Chapter 4: TBC
- Chapter 5: TBC
King’s Quest by The Odd Gentlemen is a modern day reinvention of the classic, long-running and much loved King’s Quest games that appeared largely on home computers during the 1980s and early ’90s. Like its forebears, King’s Quest is a comedic puzzle game with lighthearted dialogue and a lot of inventory puzzles.