PSX Longplay [056] King’s Field (Part 1 of 2) Played By: Deskawa King’s Field is a long running series that started as a launch title of PSX and that have spawned 3 direct sequels and other spiritual ones like Shadow Tower, Eternal Ring and the popular Demon’s Souls (and of course the awesome looking Dark Souls). The basic premise of the series is giving the players some dungeons to explore in a dark setting, with some simple stories loosely suggested to the player. This one never got out of Japan but fortunately some fans translated it so this is the version I’m playing. The walkthrough covers all the special items (well, I noticed just now that I forgot to put the useless skull armor while I was editing the video, so it’s not 100%), but some grinding and trips for minor (healing) items were cut so I could keep the longplay as short as posible (but don’t worry as I’ll go to where I initially was). As I think that you will get bored and lost easily I will tell you what I’m doing in each moment: PART 1 01:37-23:15 I find the Dragon’s cup and put it in the Dragon’s Temple so I can regenerate hp and mp in the fountain. I also met the clerk who asks me to find the stolen golden cross. 23:16-30:34 The merchant sells me the golden cross (for a very high price). And after that, I go back to the church so the clerk gives me a key which will open some doors on this map. 30:35-50:10 I deactivate the arrow trap and go to the next level 50:12-58:50 I go find the dungeon key, enter the dungeon and find the

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  1. FancyCaterpillar:

    because, its WAY more difficult than he makes it seem, TRUST ME

  2. kipperboy9:

    Yeah its a cult classic, you have to keep in mind that other games in market at the time didn’t have the atmosphere plus theres a big nostalgia factor with fans of this game

  3. Wafflesmart:

    The combat seems a tad simple and repetitive, he mostly just seems to be hitting while back-strafing repeatedly. I haven’t played the game so I’m just making an assumption, but why is it that this game is so well loved? I’m not trying to troll I’m genuinely curious.

  4. DaMoose85:

    I wish FROM would remake this.

  5. NeoTStyle:

    Heh, those are the obvious ones. lol :3

    But yeah I love the Souls games, they’re not really claustrophobic dungeon crawlers though. I’m thinking of a game that sorta crosses Vagrant Story and Dark Souls perhaps. Vagrant Story has the music, the story, the deep gameplay mechanics like affinities, elements and types and the platforming and puzzle elements. Dark Souls has a completely open world and the real-time gameplay.

    Something like that would be absolutely amazing.

  6. cubex55:

    Try the spiritual successor Demons/Dark Souls

  7. NeoTStyle:

    Wish there were a modern equivalent to this. Love RPG dungeon crawlers with complex dungeon designs and dark atmospheres.

  8. Argroh:

    It is this and Armored Core that are their core franchises.

  9. 1991jiub:

    Might be a bit too late but I know where to find an iso pre patched. I’ll pm you a link.

  10. MissMartiniCorsetry:

    aahhh! im having trouble importing Kingsfield 1 through amazon to NewZealand 🙁 it was the first ps1 game i played, i got another Kingsfield game but it was import and i had to get my ps1 chipped, tho now years later it doesnt work anymore…..thank god for google to help me find ways around it all.
    I just love the music and creepy sound effects of kingsfield <3

  11. juxtapositioning:

    Sorry, but those seem like the words of a casual gamer, not a hardcore gamer.

  12. bernatk:

    Plays like Dark Souls. And I just love this lowpoly pixelated look. Nice game.

  13. Willjin:

    Because they aren’t yet a completely heartless group of corporate cashgrabbers. A company wants to make money of course, and that’s fine but there’s a balance, and on a relative scale I feel that they’re more in balance than others.

  14. fonarte:

    Integrity? Why? Because they cater to your specific taste?

    If all games were the same, they would all be boring.

    ALSO: Hard/Challenging =/= Fun and is not always required to have FUN. Games are entertainment, and the point of entertainment is to be entertained. And that doesn’t mean that it has to be ONE WAY, such as the tired straw man argument of «hard=fun=good game»

  15. FancyCaterpillar:

    Wow this game looks really fun. I might have to try it out 🙂