We've all seen First Knight, starring Richard Gere as Lancelot and some old, nameless coot as King Arthur. What more of the story is there to tell that Jerry Zucker did not plunge into in his masterful period piece?
Plenty, apparently, and the place to hear the story is on Sega. By playing a game called Legend of Galahad. A game that doesn't even appear to have story, but it is there, man. Oh it is there if you are driven to find it. There are layers man...layers. Like some Mexican dip that beckons you from a picnic table across a yard at your friend's BBQ. You know you probably shouldn't eat anymore because each chip you consume has about 2000 calories of sour cream and refried beans. You just keep on eating, though, because you are on a mission.
That's what Legend of Galahad is like, but not at all because the game is actually pretty suck. And there is nary a refried bean to be found. And that's a damned shame.
Every week on Continue?, we sit people down to play a random old school game for 45 minutes. We're talking NES, SNES, Genesis old here. There is one question we are trying to answer - do we want to stop playing or continue?
Edited by: Paul Ritchey
Effects by: Paul Ritchey and Nick Murphy