Behold, another glorious and prize-laden Trends with Benefits, the weekly brainteaser from your friends at TriplePoint! TWB appears every week in our news round-up, Points of Interest, and it offers terrific prizes to readers who can puzzle their way through the challenge du jour. First crack at the prizes go to Points of Interest subscribers when the newsletter goes out on Fridays, but we’ll be sharing each week’s challenge here on our website, as well.
This week’s TWB prize is a copy of King Arthur: Fallen Champions from the good folks at Paradox Interactive. Read on to begin your quest!
Knights of Some Other Table
You’ll take them and you’ll like them!
To arms! Hearken, ye brave readers, for it is time we assembled for this week’s Trends with Benefits challenge! Today, your destiny awaits alongside one of history’s greatest heroes, for the prize is none other than a complimentary copy of King Arthur: Fallen Champions, courtesy of the noble souls at Paradox Interactive! Come forth and join the Knights of the Round Table for a role-playing war-game like none other!
Hm? Oh, uh… hm. Kind of awkward, but… I guess the knights are all busy. See, Fallen Champions is a full game, and its own distinct chapter in the King Arthur series, but it’s intended as a bridge between the original game and the upcoming release of King Arthur II. And it kind of turns out, all the knights are busy getting ready for that game, so… yeah. Not to worry, though! We were able to track down some replacement knights for you, so it’s all good! Why, they’re just as legendary as anybody! I promise!
To win this week’s TWB prize, you’ve just got to name these other “Knight” games, and you’ll be entered for a free copy of King Arthur: Fallen Champions, due out next week for PC! Each of the following games has the word “knight” somewhere in the title — name them all for your shot at glory!
- The intrepid explorers of Cradle and its mysterious Clockworks (SEGA)
- Planet-hopping Jedi who solve disputes with lots of dialog and a few lightsabers (LucasArts)
- Sparkster, some kind of armored flying opposum (Konami)
- A New Orleans author capable of making fake mustaches out of cat hair (Sierra On-Line)
Huh. Well, good luck with those guys, I guess.
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