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.
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.
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.
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.
If only this game had more of an open, sandbox feel...
Travis Dougherty, Amazon
28 February 2012
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.
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.
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