King's Quest V: Absence Makes the Heart Go Yonder


#gm0249 - Developed by Sierra On-Line and Published by Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc., "King's Quest V: Absence Makes the Heart Go Yonder" was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in June of 1992 with an enchanting, imaginative and unique storyline by renowned game writer Roberta Williams. This is a rare 3rd-Person Perspective medieval, fantasy, puzzle-solving, incredible adventure Role Playing Game, as different from others as it was revolutionary. Although the plot itself is directly connected to events in both previous and future games. It was not only well made and thought provoking but also a lot of fun. Like its four predecessors, the scenario of KQ5 deals with the Royal Family of Daventry. Life is good in the prosperous kingdom of Daventry until Sir Graham''s entire Castle and family is mysteriously swept away by a powerful frigid wind conjured up by the evil wizard Mordack. But luckily for him Cedric, a wise old owl has witnessed the abduction and agrees to go along with the King on his quest to recover his monarchy, providing tips and advise. So if you enjoy a good old fashioned RPG, embark with Sir Graham on the most thrilling and perilous adventure of his career. As you search throughout the land, you'll need your sword at the ready to fight enemies along the way, and interact with hundreds of Non-Player Character (NPCs) to get answers and clues to finding the abducted Royal Family. King's Quest V was a breakthrough in graphic technology at the time and also offers a long and enjoyable fantasy adventure game for the 8-bit NES. This is a very rare game, so if you can find it for the NES it is certainly worth picking up. King's Quest V is also known as Kings Quest 5, KQV, and KQ5. Preowned, includes game only - UPC: 083717110262 - ESRB Rated "K/A" Kids to Adults - Rarity Rating "B+" - King's Quest V: Absence Makes the Heart Go Yonder game Review by "NES Gamer".

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