Reviews and Problems with Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest
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Worth getting if you have the Move equipment!
11 September 2014
Summary: This game incorporates the PS Move controllers beautifully! I have other Move games in my collection, but this one definitely takes the cake. I have gotten a decent arm work-out with the sword and archery movements and find the storyline appealing. Great buy!
Summary: Actually pretty fun and has good move integration. It's essentially all scripted but I'd prefer scripted + good move integration over the alternative. Using two motion controllers is ideal (obviously).
Summary: This is a mediocre game that I bought when I was first buying the PS3 Move. It is somewhat entertaining and will hold your attention for a short while. Eventually, however, it gets repetitive and boring with little to no progression. You do the same moves over and over and kill the enemies with little difficulty. Moving to one of the other game modes gives a little more variety, especially if you can round up a friend to join you. But it still is not that engaging.
Summary: My husband and I bought this because it was cheap and it looked okay. We have only played it a few times. It may be more entertaining for children - and it is cool to use the move with it. It was a great price. We'll try it out on our nephew when he comes over to play and see if he likes it more than we do!
Summary: It's not boring, but not really exciting, either. There are some set pieces that are quite fun, and the PlayStation Move functionality works fairly well. I did on a number of occasions find myself aiming at the floor with arrows, and that was a bit annoying. The main protagonist is pretty bland, and doesn't offer much in helping the story move along. The graphics are standard fare, as is the music and sound. Briefly entertaining.
Summary: Bought this for my 9 year old for the holidays and he likes it a lot. The game is woven within a story and it can get difficult to put it down as the character picks up new weapons, scrolls, rewards etc. and starts fighting tougher opponents, as the game progresses. Also with the move controller, you do move your arms a bit in the sword fights and and burn some calories.
Summary: It's easy to find this game for $5 or less, so it's worth trying. The game starts with just having a sword, but as you progress you get other weapons such as a bow and throwing stars, also a grappling hook for getting over things. It would be a better game if it allowed the player to move through the game on their own rather than the game leading so that the player could try to level up some before facing a tough boss.