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Saturday, 22 February 2020

REVIEW: Bucket Knight on Xbox by Jon Donnis


I was sent a copy of Bucket Knight to review by SometimesYou, and as as 40 something male who grow up playing run and gun platform games such as Ghosts 'n Goblins, I couldn't be happier.

The basic story of the game is you play the part of a brave Knight who is looking to find the Holy Grail and then sell it. You go through the game, level by level, exploring dungeons, while killing your enemies, avoiding traps and collecting loot and food to stay alive along the way.


There is no on screen text, no real instructions, you just start to play and figure things out. Now although that is a bit frustrating at first, you will soon figure it out and get into the swig of things.

For you gamerpoint whores out there, the gamerpoints come quick and fast as you complete each level.

The game itself is quite short, but it has great pixel graphics, decent sounds, and overall fun gameplay.
Only negatives would be that its quite easy and you will finish it pretty quick, but for its low price, it is a good simple game that will give you enjoyment for the few hours you play it.

I score Bucket Knight at 7/10

Review by Jon Donnis

Bucket Knight will be released on Nintendo Switch™, Xbox One, PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®Vita on February 28’th!


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