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Knights Contract

Released on 25 February 2011

Rating: 15+ (BBFC)

2.0 out of 5 (5 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Take a journey through a medieval world of swordsmen and magic, where witches have been hunted and brutally exterminated. Knights Contract follows the twisted tale of Heinrich, an immortal executioner, and Gretchen, a resurrected witch.

Once the victim of Heinrich's blade by the order of the game's antagonist, Dr. Faust, Gretchen now has him by her side and the two must work together to rid the land of the supernatural foes who are cursing its people with the black spell of death.

  • Sword & Sorcery - Combine Heinrich's razor sharp scythe and Gretchen's explosive witchcraft in battle to devastate enemies with fluid, fast-paced combinations to ultimately return civility to the land
  • A guardian knight - As the Immortal executioner, players must team up with and protect Gretchen against hideous creatures and unspeakable evil as her magical prowess and mortality are the key to the duo's survival
  • An unlikely duo - Heinrich, an executioner loyal to the law, was made to kill the witch Gretchen, who in her final moments cursed him with immortal life. Gretchen has been mysteriously resurrected and Heinrich, under contract, now fights alongside her as her guardian
  • Medieval style - Explore a beautifully recreated 17th century Europe amidst the lore of witches and magic where people are crippled by fear and wide-spread panic runs rampant

    Knights Contract

customer Reviews

 Average rating (5 reviews)

 Was looking forward to this

| | See all gizmo7guy's reviews (2)

I was looking forward to the release of this game, although there had not been must hype or excitment surrounding it, I liked the idea and had read the story to the game. I got the game a few days after the release date and lasted about an hour before realising that this would just be another game disapointment and I would soon be trading it in! I give it one star for the story and idea of the game but to be honest the graphics are terrible compared to todays Hi def standards the fighting is very arcade like and basic, the enemy designs are not new or interesting, and you will very soon grow tired of playing as the main character being constantly slowed down by the witch and actualy you will grow tired of being immortal and unable to die !!!!

 Great game if you give it a chance.

| | See all dermaz's reviews (2)

Knights Contract is not quite the shower, but it is definitely a grower. If you can see past the partially unfinished looking graphics of the first level it will quite instantly grow on you (I don't understand why the developers couldn't make them as impressive as their follow ups), after the first hour of gameplay. You'll discover that it has quite an awesome set of combos waiting for you, and some of the witch powers even look more amazing than those of sega's bayonetta. However it is not trying to be the next devil may cry: Fighting in this game has quite an other drive, and finds some depth in comboing witchcraft with Heinrichs slashing melee powers. Story keeps you going too. If the developers had put a little more time into fine tuning the graphics engine, it would have been your next favourite action slasher. This way it's still a very good japanese action adventure set in medieval Germany. From the ice levels on, graphic wise it will only look more impressive ever after. The set on fire city and Rapunzel's hair tangled castle both look rather impressive. Grab it, as long as it's that cheap. You don't always need the hyped top notch franchises.

 awful

| | See all baker84's reviews (1)

poor game, attempting to be the new devil may cry or baretta. but the game play and camera angles are poor, the graphic and storyline could also be alot better.

 not good

| | See all AlmightyMetalHead's reviews (3)

Got to agree with the post above this game was just bad i turned it off after 30 mins i just could not get into it at all, going to trade it in for warriors - legends of troy :)

 Enjoyed it

| | See all DevilDragon's reviews (4)

Was not sure what to expect with this one.
Yes it is a hack and slash game and you may have seen better but i think its well worth a play through.
I have enjoyed Namco's last few games and this does remind me of Enslaved in the way of how you have to look after Trip in this you look after a Witch if she dies you die...love it going through the game on the harder modes now!

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Rating15+ (BBFC)