10 years after its initial release, Legend of Kay - Anniversary is a thoroughly remastered version of the original game: high-resolution textures; new, more detailed character models; modern rendering techniques and crystal-clear surround sound give this great classic a new shine.Read full description
10 years after its initial release, Legend of Kay - Anniversary is a thoroughly remastered version of the original game: high-resolution textures; new, more detailed character models; modern rendering techniques and crystal-clear surround sound give this great classic a new shine.
Full of fond allusions to old martial arts films and pop culture quotes, Legend of Kay - Anniversary is both an incredibly funny game and a challenging action-adventure for young and old alike.
• 25 different levels with over 15 enemy types and epic boss battles.
• 3 different primary weapons (sword/hammer/claws) with distinct combat styles.
• Various mini-games such as wild boar racing, dragon flying and wolf riding.
• Online rankings: compare your score with your friends’ and compete against the best in the world.
• High-resolution textures; new, more detailed character models; modern rendering techniques and crystal-clear surround sound
© 2015 Nordic Games GmbH, Austria. Developed by Kaiko. Published & Distributed by Nordic Games GmbH, Austria. Legend of Kay is a trademark of Nordic Games Licensing AB, Sweden. All other brands, product names and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. All rights reserved.
About a decade ago, Legend of Kay was released for the Playstation 2. It’s an action platformer game where you control Kay, a young cat who is also fluent in the martial arts. Maybe this guy is a relative of Tai the Tiger who is a Kung-Fu master in Tai Fu for the original Playstation? Anyways, your village was attacked by an army of gorillas and rats, making slaves in the process. Well the story is not that interesting. It’s classic stuff here. The gameplay on the other hand is more original than that. You see, the very fact that Kay can perform some neat karate kicks and punch was used as an opportunity to bring Beat’em all elements into the game. Slow your horses though, this is not Devil May Cry, but the combat are intuitive and deep enough to be entertaining. The level-design doesn’t leave much freedom to the player but it never gets boring. This adventure is also ideal for young players. This Anniversary Edition offers totally new visuals but there is no graphical option available but the game runs pretty well and is not too demaning.
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