Reviews and Problems with Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest
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Curiosity Cat, Amazon
28 December 2013
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.
Summary: Nice bow and arrow PlayStation move controls . Mostly on rails but was fun .I need to go back and finish it . The PlayStation move is underrated . But they need to end this half passed motion comics presetantion its 2013 ,step it up this year developers.
Summary: There are very few games for the Play Station 3 Move that aren’t first person shooters. And this is one of them and it’s a good ones. Is a little on the childish side but still fun. The most of the motions are simple and intuitive. I just wonder why the game moves from through the levels on rails.