King's Quest: Chapter Five - The Good Knight
This is an episodic game. You will need to get the base game and all succeeding episodes to experience it as designed.
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For those who have been waiting until all the entries have been released before deciding if it’s worth picking up, please know that the King’s Quest reboot is absolutely worth the time. It has its peaks and valleys, but the art, voice acting and tales of daring have coalesced into a strong overall package. While Chapter 3: Once Upon a Climb is my personal favorite out of this bunch, the closer might actually be the objective best, wrapping everything up in a bittersweet fashion.
As a whole, King’s Quest is an imaginative journey that’s fun for all ages. There may be a few bumps in the road along the way, but each chapter is solid in its own right and worthy of your time. If you enjoy classic adventure games like Monkey Island, Grim Fandango, or of course the original King’s Quest, this is definitely worth your time and money. Just don’t forgot to make yourself a huge batch of chocolate chip pancakes before you start.
This marks the last full episode of the King’s Quest season, and I’m relieved that it ends on what actually feels like an ending. There have been some great treats for longtime fans throughout the previous chapters, but The Odd Gentlemen rewards that loyalty. Some players might find a couple of moments on the corny side, but without spoiling anything, I was absolutely delighted by it all.