Reviews and Problems with Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest
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Buy it if you find it cheap
Marc Peterson, Amazon
18 June 2014
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: As an older gamer this game didnt appeal to me that much. I am happy i got this used for cheap otherwise i would have been very upset after paying full price. I have yet to play through the whole game because my arm starts to hurt after a while of swinging the controller around. I enjoy playing Sports Champions which is why i got it. Even though the move motions are the same in this game, it just isnt as fun having to constantly flail around to use the different weapons.
Summary: I had a tough time with the archery portion this game at first. I followed the instructions carefully, using a Move controller in each hand, but I found it very awkward trying to aim the arrows. Each of the controllers independently influenced the position of the target circle that indicates where the arrow will land, in unpredictable ways.
If only this game had more of an open, sandbox feel...
Travis Dougherty, Amazon
3 December 2011
Summary: This game really shows the potential of the move controls. All of the actions work perfectly - the sword in your hand, the shield, your throwing stars, bow and arrow, grappling hook. I was really impressed by the move controls in this game. However, much like arcade shooting games like House of the Dead, the game does all the walking for you, and the pace you progress is established by the game itself; there's no diverting from the linear progression here.
Summary: After buying the move controller you obviously need games to play on it and I thought this would be a winner for the Grandkids. It is ok but lacks the appeal to keep todays youngsters interested for very long and now is just gathering dust on the shelf I'm afraid