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Legend of Kyrandia 3 - Malcolm's Revenge (1994)

Posted at 09:43 on June 28th, 2008 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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The third installment of Westwood's popular Adventure series picks up where the first part ended: Brandon has defeated the evil court jester Malcolm and turned him into stone. Brandon became king and everything was well (well, apart from the fact, that the former king and queen are... dead). A lightning frees Malcolm from his prison, and now it's time to 'hear his side of the story', as the intro states.


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Posted at 14:25 on May 1st, 2016 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Malcolm, the evil court jester, who had been defeated in the first part of the Kyrandia trilogy, is freed from his stony prison by lightning and he plans to take revenge on Kyrandia's inhabitants. Malcolm's journey takes him to the mysterious island of cats, into limbo (the world between life and death, which is also the realm of the fish), to hell and back to the world of the living. Though when he returns back to the island of Kyrandia, everything has changed. Can Malcolm save the inhabitants of his home country, clear his name and finally take his well-earned nap?


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Posted at 11:16 on July 11th, 2017 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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The third and final entry of The Legend of Kyrandia series finds Malcolm, the "evil" jester from the first game, escaping his stony imprisonment due to a timely stroke of lightening. Once again, he's looking for revenge on the Kyrandians who despise him, but this time out it's justified: he's actually innocent of the murders he was originally imprisoned for, and his thirst for revenge is secondary to his desire to clear his name once and for all. Guiding him on this journey is Gunther, his bad conscience, who's always popping up with suggestions for more mischief. Stuart, Malcolm's long-absent good conscience, eventually makes a reappearance, and Malcolm's many complications are further compounded by the never-ending voices in his head. Can't a poor jester just get a well-deserved nap at long last?


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Posted at 11:39 on July 11th, 2017 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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you clearly can't have a cold-blooded killer at the center of a light-hearted adventure game

I would play such a game. In fact, I would be surprised if it hasn't already been done in non-commercial or indie circles.
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