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This page details the real world history of the MediEvil series and SCE Cambridge Studio.
Includes information outside of 'official information' as well, such as the history of the Gallowmere Historia itself.

Legend

  • Devart - Events primarily related to DeviantArt.
  • Facebook-Icon - Events primarily related to Facebook.
  • GuerrillaIcon - Events primarily related to Guerrilla Cambridge.
  • Medicon2.jpg - Events primarily related to fan-made works.
  • Lastfm - Events primarily related to Last.fm.
  • MillenniumIcon - Events primarily related to Millennium Interactive.
  • Memory Card - Events primarily related to MediEvil.
  • Memory Card 2 - Events primarily related to MediEvil 2.
  • Resurrection-Icon - Events primarily related to MediEvil: Resurrection.
  • Med3ico - Events primarily related to MediEvil 3.
  • Pswiki - Events primarily related to the MediEvil PlayStation Wiki.
  • PSASBR-Icon - Events primarily related to PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale.
  • Proboards - Events primarily related to ProBoards.
  • Cambridge-Icon - Events primarily related to SCE Cambridge Studio.
  • Tcrfico - Events primarily related to The Cutting Room Floor.
  • Wikia - Events primarily related to Wikia.
  • Wikipedia - Events primarily related to Wikipedia.


Timeline

1988

  • MillenniumIcon Millennium is founded by Michael Hayward, Tony Beckwith, Ian Saunter and one other - they remain for a few months in Michael's house before moving to a local science park.

1990

  • MillenniumIcon Millennium release Hoverforce, Horror Zombies from the Crypt and Thunderstrike.

1991

  • MillenniumIcon Millennium release Virtual Reality Vol. 2, Stormball, The Adventures of Robin Hood and James Pond 2: Codename: RoboCod.

1992

  • MillenniumIcon Millennium release Cyber Empires, The Aquatic Games, Daughter of Serpents, Global Effect and Rome AD 92.

1993

1994

1995

1996

  • Date unknown: MillenniumIcon Jason Wilson, Nina Kristensen and Mike Philbin join Millennium.[5][6]
  • January: Memory Card MillenniumIcon MediEvil enters development, with art design being the main focus. Jason Wilson creates elaborate level design maps.[7] Andrew Ostler joins Millennium.
  • February: MillenniumIcon Matt Johnson, already a part of Millennium, joins the MediEvil development team.[8]
  • March: MillenniumIcon Martin Hamilton Kift joins Millennium. James Busby joins the MediEvil development team.[9]
  • April: MillenniumIcon Derek Pollard joins Millennium.
  • September: Memory Card The PlayStation version of MediEvil enters development.[10]
  • November 11: MillenniumIcon Cyberlife release Creatures. An image of Zarok can be found under the Windmill in Albia, because Jason Riley was responsible for touching up the background model for the game after it had been scanned in and digitized.

1997

1998

1999

2000

  • JanuaryCambridge-Icon Robert King joins SCE Cambridge Studio.
  • February 29: Hot Shots Golf 2 is released in North America, featuring Sir Dan as a playable character.
  • April 2Memory Card 2 The winners and runners-up of the MediEvil 2 Competition were to be contacted by this date and had 1 week to respond.[13]
  • April 9: Memory Card 2 MediEvil 2 wins the BAFTA award for Best Console Game.[14]
  • April 19Memory Card 2 MediEvil 2 is released in Europe. Everybody's Golf 2 is released in Europe, featuring Sir Dan as a playable character.
  • MayMemory Card 2 Absolute PlayStation's review of MediEvil 2 is published.
  • May 9Memory Card 2 MediEvil 2 is released in North America.
  • May 22Memory Card 2 IGN's review of MediEvil 2 is published.
  • May 24Memory Card 2 GameSpot's review of MediEvil 2 is published.
  • May 31Memory Card 2 All entries into the MediEvil 2 Competition had to be received by this date.[13]
  • June 15Memory Card 2 The names and countries of the winners of the MediEvil 2 Competition were to be posted on the MediEvil 2 Web site.[13]
  • June 30Memory Card 2 All entries into the HAUNTED HALLOWEEN IN SALEM, USA MediEvil 2 Competition were to be received by this date.
  • July 5Memory Card 2 The winner of the HAUNTED HALLOWEEN IN SALEM, USA MediEvil 2 Competition is chosen.

2001

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

  • January 7: Med3icoMediEvil 3 petition on Petition Spot is published.
  • February 8: Med3ico The MediEvil 3 petition on Petition Spot reaches 50 signatures.
  • February 11: Devart The MediEvil-Fanclub group on DeviantArt is formed.
  • February 14: Wikipedia Memory Card The MediEvil article is published on the Portuguese Wikipedia.
  • February 15: Wikipedia Memory Card 2 Resurrection-Icon The MediEvil 2 and MediEvil: Resurrection articles are published on the Portuguese Wikipedia.
  • February 18: Wikia The Gallowmere Historia is created as the Gallowmere Wiki.[21]
  • April 22: Wikipedia Memory Card The MediEvil article is published on the Norwegian Wikipedia.
  • May 27: Med3ico The MediEvil 3 petition on Petition Spot reaches 100 signatures.
  • June 4Resurrection-Icon MediEvil: Resurrection is rereleased as part of the PSP Essentials.
  • June 9Resurrection-Icon MediEvil: Resurrection is rereleased on the PS Store as part of the PSP Essentials.[22]
  • July 9: Med3ico A rumor that the latest issue of PSM3 magazine claims Sony Cambridge is developing a new MediEvil game starts spreading. The source of this rumour is an article on Games Thirst.
  • August 3: Wikipedia Memory Card 2 Resurrection-Icon The MediEvil 2 and MediEvil: Resurrection articles are published on the Polish Wikipedia.
  • August 4: Memory Card Starting from this day, MediEvil was available for free to PlayStation Plus subscribers.[23]
  • September 1: Memory Card After this day, MediEvil was no longer available for free as part of the PlayStation Plus service.
  • September 18: Devart The Medievil-fans group on DeviantArt is formed.
  • October 13: Med3ico The MediEvil 3 petition on Petition Spot reaches 150 signatures.
  • October 24Medicon2.jpg RAWTalent's GTA MediEvil project is moved to the Unity game engine and becomes known as MediEvil III (occasionally stylized as Medi3vil).
  • December 28: Devart The MediEvil-Is-Awesome group on DeviantArt is formed.

2011

2012

2013

2014

  • January 2: Wikia The MediEvil 1 Wiki is renamed to the MediEvil Rolling Demo Wiki and becomes an affiliate of the Gallowmere Wiki.[30]
  • January 3: Facebook-Icon A MediEvil fan page called "Medievil Sir Daniel Fortesque fan's" is created on Facebook.
  • January 5: Wikia The MediEvil Wiki merges with the Gallowmere Wiki.
  • January 6: Wikia The Spanish MediEvil Wiki is renamed to the Spanish Gallowmere Wiki.[31]
  • January 27: Wikia The Hungarian MediEvil Wiki merges with the Hungarian Gallowmere Wiki.
  • February 11: Wikipedia Memory Card 2 The MediEvil 2 article is published on the Russian Wikipedia.
  • February 14: Pswiki The Independent MediEvil Wiki is relocated to a new domain. However, the website has been down since late 2014.
  • February 20: Wikia The Primal Wiki becomes an affiliate of the Gallowmere Wiki.[32]
  • February 24: Wikia The Italian MediEvil-Resurrection Wiki is renamed to the Italian Gallowmere Wiki.[33]
  • March 20: Wikia The MediEvil Speedrunning Wiki is created.
  • March 25PSASBR-Icon A PSASBR Sir Daniel Fortesque avatar is released for download on the PS Store in America.
  • March 29: Wikipedia Resurrection-Icon The MediEvil: Resurrection article is published on the Russian Wikipedia.
  • April 1: Wikia The MediEvil Speedrunning Wiki is absorbed into the Gallowmere Wiki.
  • April 9: PSASBR-Icon A PSASBR Sir Daniel Fortesque avatar is released for download on the PS Store in Europe.
  • April 30: GuerrillaIcon Jason Riley leaves Guerrilla Cambridge.
  • May 20: Facebook-Icon A Medievil Fanpage (DansUnofficialCript) is created on Facebook.
  • June 4: Memory Card 2 Two original MediEvil 2 concept artwork boards are offered up for sale on eBay.
  • June 5: Memory Card 2 Proboards A thread about the auction of two concept art boards is made on the MediEvil Boards.
  • June 6: Med3ico A MediEvil 3 petition is published on Gamer Petitions.
  • June 14: Memory Card 2 The auction of the two MediEvil 2 concept artwork boards ends.
  • July 9: Med3ico The MediEvil 3 petition on Gamer Petitions reaches 50 signatures.
  • August 7: Medicon2.jpg KorinOo's MediEvil in Skyrim mod gets an official trailer. The mod becomes officially known as MediEvil: Hero of Gallowmere. The trailer becomes viral and is covered by several gaming related media outlets. The mod is still in development as of right now.
  • August 21Med3ico The MediEvil 3 petition on Gamer Petitions reaches 100 signatures.
  • September 4Medicon2.jpg Facebook-Icon  A French MediEvil fansite called MediEvil World is made, as well as a Facebook fan page and Twitter account to go with it.
  • September 10: Devart Medicon2.jpg olgatarta of DeviantArt begins publishing her MediEvil comic.
  • October 4: Memory Card Medicon2.jpg An unofficial hungarian translation of MediEvil is completed and released to the public.
  • October 5Med3ico The MediEvil 3 petition on Gamer Petitions reaches 150 signatures.
  • October 31: Medicon2.jpg MediEvil World's MediEvil E-book is published.

2015

  • February 3: Wikipedia Memory Card The MediEvil article is published on the Czech Wikipedia.
  • February 19: Tcrfico The MediEvil 2 article is published on The Cutting Room Floor.
  • March 29: Med3ico A video of a box projected cubemap reflection shader for a supposed PS4 MediEvil title that was never released is uploaded to YouTube. However, the video goes by unnoticed until July 9th.
  • May 7: Med3ico Medicon2.jpg A twitter user known as BLUE_EYES uploads supposedly leaked images and videos of a MediEvil project, suggesting Sir Daniel Fortesque will return this E3. This was interpreted by many as a MediEvil game in development for the PlayStation 4. The story was quickly covered by various gaming related media outlets.
  • May 8: Med3ico Medicon2.jpg BLUE_EYES leaks more images of the project and promises that its true nature will be revealed come Sunday. However, the project is soon unveiled by NeoGAF users to be the pet project of an artist known as Willms. Willms thus decides to publish his work that very same day.
  • May 9: Med3icoMediEvil 3 petition is published on Change.org.
  • May 10: Med3ico The MediEvil 3 petition on Change.org reaches 250 signatures.
  • May 11: Medicon2.jpg 80lvl interviews Willms and publishes the interview on their website.
  • May 27: Med3ico The MediEvil 3 petition on Change.org reaches 500 signatures.
  • July 9: Med3ico A twitter user known as SpAM_CAN discovers a video of a supposed PS4 MediEvil that was never released. The story is covered by TheSixthAxis that very same day.
  • July 22: Medicon2.jpg  Source Shift announces that he is rebooting his MediEvil fan movie, The One Eyed Knight, in a thread on the MediEvil Boards.[34] The status of the project is currently unknown.
  • July 23Wikia The Gallowmere Wiki gets a major theme overhaul.
  • October 31: Medicon2.jpg KorinOo's MediEvil: Hero of Gallowmere Skyrim mod is released on Mod DB and the Skyrim Nexus.
  • December 29: The Gallowmere Wiki is renamed to the Gallowmere Historia.

2016

2017

  • January 15Medicon2.jpg Game developer Nuraxi Interactive teases Project Cambridge for the first time on their Facebook page.
  • May 20: Medicon2.jpg Nuraxi Interactive reveals that their Project Cambridge is a remake of the original MediEvil, titled Dead Man Dan.

References

  1. Memory Card Sorcerers - Jason Riley at MediEvil Official EU Website (archived at Wayback Machine Internet Archive).
  2. Memory Card Sorcerers - Katie Lea at MediEvil Official EU Website (archived at Wayback Machine Internet Archive).
  3. http://web.archive.org/web/20010720135203/http://www.playstation-europe.com/medievil/english/sorcerers/sorcerers_chris_1.html
  4. http://web.archive.org/web/20010720140854/http://www.playstation-europe.com/medievil/english/sorcerers/sorcerers_paul_1.html
  5. http://web.archive.org/web/20010720140650/http://www.playstation-europe.com/medievil/english/sorcerers/sorcerers_nina_1.html
  6. http://web.archive.org/web/20010720140342/http://www.playstation-europe.com/medievil/english/sorcerers/sorcerers_mike_1.html
  7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbqoEbC99ns
  8. http://web.archive.org/web/20010720140153/http://www.playstation-europe.com/medievil/english/sorcerers/sorcerers_matt_1.html
  9. http://web.archive.org/web/20010720135421/http://www.playstation-europe.com/medievil/english/sorcerers/sorcerers_james_1.html
  10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbqoEbC99ns
  11. http://www.medievil2.com/uk/nonshocked/development/development1.htm
  12. http://www.medievil2.com/uk/nonshocked/press_release/press_release1.htm
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 http://www.medievil2.com/uk/shocked/game/rules.html
  14. http://awards.bafta.org/award/2000/interactive/games-console-award
  15. Ittensohn, Oliver, Interview with composer Paul Arnold at GSoundtracks. Retrieved 18 May, 2012.
  16. http://www.sofacafe.com/Mitch/node/2
  17. http://www.ign.com/articles/2005/04/26/pre-e3-2005-medievil-resurrection
  18. http://web.archive.org/web/20110814071150/http://danielfortesque.proboards.com/index.cgi?action=viewprofile&user=admin
  19. http://www.parkproductions.co.uk/area/magazine/retrogamer.htm
  20. https://store.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com/#!/en-us/games/medievil-resurrection/cid=UP9000-UCUS98620_00-GPCMEDIEVI000001
  21. http://gallowmere.wikia.com/wiki/Special:WikiStats?action=main
  22. https://store.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com/#!/en-gb/games/medievil-resurrection-psp/cid=EP9000-UCES00006_00-GPCMEDIEVI000ESN?smcid=ps:show-now:visit-playstation-store:ps-playstation-store
  23. http://www.gamespot.com/articles/little-big-planet-leads-playstation-plus-benefits/1100-6266854/
  24. http://medievilrollingdemo.wikia.com/wiki/Special:WikiStats?action=main
  25. http://playstationallstars.wikia.com/wiki/Template:Portal/Component/Affiliates?diff=next&oldid=9783
  26. http://sirdanielfortesque.proboards.com/post/9479
  27. http://hu.gallowmere.wikia.com/wiki/Speci%C3%A1lis:WikiStats?action=main
  28. http://es.gallowmere.wikia.com/wiki/Especial:WikiEstad%C3%ADsticas?action=main
  29. http://medievilrollingdemo.wikia.com/wiki/Special:WikiStats?action=main
  30. http://medievilrollingdemo.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:2462#14
  31. http://es.gallowmere.wikia.com/wiki/Hilo:300#11
  32. http://primal.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page?diff=next&oldid=4390
  33. http://it.gallowmere.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:226#35
  34. Proboards The One Eyed Knight at MediEvil Boards. Published July 22, 2015.

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