Note: Not Kxploited (Formated for Firmware 1.00 and custom firmwares)
Knight Legend, from Chaos-Gamerz, has just released the latest iteration of an evolving PSP game called World of Chaos. World of Chaos was first announced several months ago and since then has been working on the game, and a very early build has just recently been released. We missed the first release of this game, however we are here to cover this one - slightly better than the previous. For those unaware of the game you play Knight Legend himself (appearing as our favorite Zelda character, Link). You can navigate Knight around the screen and attack, that's pretty much it for now. Apart from the previous public beta, this build has improved on the sprite's movement and features a new menu.
The game isn't much right now, however the author has some high goals with this game series he is creating. I was personally stunned by this game, mainly for one reason - no copyright infringement. In the past we have seen several games use copyrighted sprites and names, however this game does not fall into this category. The author uses legal sprites (Public Domain) and we hope that other inspiring developers do the same so no one has to play "police". With that said, enjoy this very early build!
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