Time Gate: Knight's Chase
- For a disambiguation of "Timegate" see: Timegate (disambiguation)
|Time Gate: Knight's Chase|
|Publisher(s)||Infogrames Multimedia (Europe)
I*Motion (North America)
|Engine||Alone in the Dark|
|Platform(s)||MS-DOS, Microsoft Windows|
The gameplay is similar to the Alone in the Dark series of games. The game uses a modified engine of the first three Alone in the Dark games, featuring Gouraud-shaded, rather than flat shaded, polygons.
Knight's Chase was the first game in a planned trilogy of Time Gate video games.
Maximum praised the game's mix of swordplay and puzzles, as well as the plot twists, but gave it an overall negative review due to its overt similarity to the Alone in the Dark series, commenting "The Alone in the Dark trilogy are undeniably great games, but after milking the genre dry surely a change of plan is necessary. Obviously not if Time gate [sic] is anything to go by, as it's more than just a tribute to the Edward Carnby adventures - it's practically identical." They also stated that the Gouraud-shaded characters look dated compared to texture-mapped characters, and scored the game three out of five stars. A reviewer for Next Generation instead complained of awkwardness resulting from the game's controls and limited number of camera angles, and criticized the developers for not including gamepad support. He further commented that though Alone in the Dark was a landmark game, Knight's Chase did not make enough improvement given the three years that had passed since then. He scored it two out of five stars.
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