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Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest - Playstation 3

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PlayStation 3
Everyone 10+
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews) 61 / 100

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  • Sword fighting - archery - throwing stars & more
  • Packed with action items, weapons power ups and innovative new PS Move interactions
  • From the creators of Sports Champions! Natural motions replicate real world actions, takes every move perfected in "Sports Champions" to a new level
  • Packed with power-ups, secrets and surprises to discover
  • Explore single player story mode and multiplayer modes
  • Adventure Sword fighting - archery - throwing stars
  • Multiple Modes: Explore single player story mode and multiplayer modes: Local, online, competitive & co-op play.
  • Multiple pathways unlockables and modes Packed with power-ups
  • PlayStation Move 2.0 Controls Natural motions replicate real world actions
  • Progressive Gameplay Packed with action items
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  • ASIN: B0050SXUT0
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.7 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 15, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,013 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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The evil Sorcerer Morgrimm has invaded Prince Edmund's Castle and plots to take over the kingdom, raising an army of skeletons from beyond. Now you must fight Morgrimm and his minions to restore order to the kingdom! Use the fluid PlayStation Move motion-controls to battle your foes using swords, arrows, throwing stars and more! Let the adventure begin!

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Medieval Moves: Deadmunds Quest combines sword fighting, archery and throwing weapons into a progressive action-adventure!

Medieval Moves
Fight against undead enemies
Fight against undead enemies
Non-Stop Action & Adventure
Non-Stop Action & Adventure
Multiplayer modes
Multiplayer modes

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Non-stop action adventure specifically designed for the PlayStation®Move! The evil Sorcerer Morgrimm has invaded Prince Edmund's Castle and plots to take over the kingdom, raising an army of skeletons from beyond. Now you must fight Morgrimm and his minions to restore order to the kingdom! Use the fluid PlayStation®Move motion-controls to battle your foes using swords, arrows, throwing stars and more! Let the adventure begin!

Key Features:

  • Non-Stop Action & Adventure Sword fighting - archery - throwing stars & more.
  • Progressive Gameplay Packed with action items, weapons power ups and innovative new PS Move interactions.
  • PlayStation Move 2.0 Controls Natural motions replicate real world actions, takes the successful mechanics perfected in "Sport Champions" to a new level.
  • Multiple pathways unlockables and modes Packed with power-ups, secrets and surprises to discover. Explore single player story mode and multiplayer modes: Local, online, competitive & co-op play.

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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest was developed by the same studio that developed Sports Champions, which to this date was one of the best Playstation Move game developed. Question is, can they continue their success with this game? I'm happy to say the answer is yes.

To play the game, you can choose to use one or two Move controllers--I definitely recommend two for the most natural gameplay (for example, as with Sports Champions, with two controllers you can hold a shield in one hand and a sword in the other; with one you're constantly switching between the two). You can also choose whether you're right-handed or left-handed. For purposes of this review, I'll be speaking from a right-handed point of view, but just reverse everything if you're left-handed.

The first thing the game does is take you through a little training session so you can get used to all the tools at your disposal in the game. In a nutshell, here they are:

Sword: You swing the sword with your right hand. As with Sports Champions, the controls are one-to-one, and by far the best, smoothest, and most precise on any platform.

Shield: You hold your shield in your left hand and press the Move button to activate it. You can use it to block attacks or to deflect objects that are thrown at you.

Ninja Stars: You can throw Ninja stars with either hand by holding the controller horizontally and flicking your wrist while pressing and releasing the "T" button. It's essentially the same motion as throwing a Frisbee in Disc Golf on Sports Champions.

Bow and Arrow: The bow and arrow are also similar to Sports Champions.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great game, the kids love it November 28, 2011
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
My kids absolutely love this game. My 12 year old son was playing it, and I wanted to kick him off the PS3 to play Uncharted 3. He loves Uncharted 1 and 2. He told me "This is more fun than Uncharted." I was floored. So I had to wait for my turn and see what this game was about. It was a lot of fun to play and family friendly. How can you go wrong with sword fighting, bow and arrow, and skeletons?
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars If only this game had more of an open, sandbox feel... December 3, 2011
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
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. I just kept thinking how cool it would be if the game was more open ended and felt more like a role playing game along the lines of zelda. They could create a totally immersive experience. In the end though it feels like a shallow arcade game despite the awesome controls, because of how linear it is. I wish they would have used the navigation controller and made this game more open ended and given it more of a sandbox feel. They could've knocked it out of the park with this one.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Best Game I've Played on the PS3 September 19, 2012
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This is the single best game I've played on the PS3.

Other PS3 games are actually kind of a chore to finish, but this one is a real delight.

It is skill based, simply, while everything else even shooters are more stat-based than you might think. You have to draw a bow and arrow and every little movement of your move controller is reflected on screen, meaning that you have to hold it steady. This is unlike most shooters which have a rock-solid reticule.

The move controls are a delight. They really add in the immersion because I'm actually doing the actions as opposed to pressing a button and having my avatar do it.

It's also a decent workout.

The story is and artwork are charming. It doesn't take itself too seriously like other games.

And it's one of the few games that I actually feel better after having played.

Pick it up I recommend. at current prices under 10 bucks it is a steal. This game is worth a lot more.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Don't Use Two Move Controllers January 3, 2012
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
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. Often I found that I could only get the target circle to point to the correct part of the screen by crossing my left arm awkwardly over my right. This was true even after I had re-calibrated the game.
Then it occurred to me to restart the game and reset it so that it uses only one Move controller. This made all the difference. It is much much easier to aim the arrows when you only have one Move controller to worry about. It is also pretty easy to use a shield, following the instructions, with only one Move controller, so there is really no big downside to giving up that extra controller, as far as I can see.
After I stopped using two Move controllers, the game became quite a lot of fun. It is possible to lose oneself in this game to a degree, suspending one's disbelief and fighting monsters with a sword, or shooting them with arrows. Doing this for awhile feels like healthy exercise.
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