Knight Squad is a party game for the older members of the family.
Knight Squad is not for kids. It earns its thirteen and older only
rating. Players take on the role of a knight and play in a variety of
different modes. One family member up to eight family members can
participate in Knight Squad on the Xbox One and Personal Computer. The
action gets hectic and violent depending upon the power ups and weapons
Most of the modes in Knight Squad are like small mazes on the screen. Players must traverse these small mazes killing off the other players. Computer controlled characters have an intelligence to them. Players can adjust the difficulty if the computer characters keep killing them off. A skeleton stays on the ground for a bit after knights are murdered in Knight Squad.
Return the Grail, and Soccer are some of the most interesting modes in Knight Squad in my opinion. Domination is another favorite of the elder members of the family. Points are given for every kill in Knight Squad. There is an exception to that rule. Points are not given for murders in the soccer mode. In that mode you can kill as many of the other team as you want. Points are only earned when you push the ball in the goal of the other team.
Matches last for three minutes in Knight Squad. So if you die early in a mode with no respawn you won't have to wait long to play again. In some of the modes the start point will randomly move around between rounds. The elders of the family had fun playing Knight Squad on the Xbox One. I am thankful Family Friendly Gaming was provided a download code for this home console video game.
Power ups are very important in Knight Squad. The laser is one of the favorites. I like the boomerang and the bomb. They are harder to use, but if you can master them, then you can expect all kinds of surprise success. I say surprise because other players will think those weapons are useless. Once you dominate them with those weapons they will be surprised at your skill.
The graphics are a bit small in Knight Squad. The sounds are fun, and you will get used to hearing the countdown to the start of a level. I found I was more aggressive after playing Knight Squad. Something that created real world issues. So I made sure to limit my game play sessions. Gamers have a bad enough public image. I don't need going around making us look even worse.
Family Friendly Factor: 60%
System: PC/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: Chainsawesome Games
Developer: Chainsawesome Games
Rating: 'T' -Teen THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY
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