Four new PS3 games: Solomon, Gawain, Ninjas and Zombies

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Michelle Franklin, a Senior Game Designer and Game Writer who works confidentially, is working on four PlayStation 3 games, if the information on her LinkedIn Profile is to be believed. Two of the titles are named Key of Solomon and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. The other two are unnamed but referenced as a “Ninja JRPG for Japan” and the other a “Zombie Survival Horror Action Adventure” game.

Looking into the two named titles, Key of Solomon is based on Goetia and Legemeton, a 17th century book on demonology. King Solomon is said to have called upon a bronze vessel with a magic seal, in which he placed seventy-two demons.

Sir Gawain is based on a 14th century novel about a man named Gawain accepting a challenge from an all-green warrior. The warrior’s challenge is simply for Gawain to take a free blow at him, but that the warrior can return the hit in a year and a day. Gawain knocks his head off with one hit, but to his astonishment, the green warrior picks up his head and reminds him to meet him at the aforementioned time.

We await the reveal of these four new games.

Thanks, PS3Center.

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