User Score
6.6

Mixed or average reviews- based on 16 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 10 out of 16
  2. Negative: 4 out of 16

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  1. Nov 18, 2011
    9
    Sadly underrated by a lot of self-declared "hardcore" critics who appear unable or unwilling to appreciate casual motion games for what they are. The motion controls in this game are sharp, almost lag free and intuitive; the on-the-fly weapon selection works great. The overall gameplay indeed is repetitive and won't hold your interest for several hours of continuous play - but it's fresh and challenging enough to keep you coming back for smaller, yet positively addictive stints of fun (which is exactly what any casual game should do). The story - though obviously nothing to write home about - provides a charming and reasonably interesting backdrop that can't be blamed to be any more simplistic or bland than any of those threadbare Mario games that a lot of critics seem to love so much. Multiplayer is where Medieval Moves really shines, though. The option to play locally as well as online in head-to-head as well as co-op multiplayer matches renders it a very interesting take on the usual party game formula. Bottom line: Medieval Moves is certainly not a full-priced, AAA gaming experience - but ultimately, that's not what it actually strives to be. In spirit, it basically is to the Move what Angry Birds is to the touch screen: A very simplistic and almost naively casual, yet very intuitive and surprisingly fun use of the interface. Judged for what it is, it's the almost perfect casual Move game - and arguably one of the best uses of that interface yet. Expand
  2. Nov 19, 2011
    10
    Really enjoyed a motion-controlled game that finally worked 1-to-1 the way it's supposed to. It's even more fun with 2 Moves as well. Enjoyed the story mode: should be fun to see how the multiplayer shapes up!
  3. Nov 26, 2011
    10
    Dos desenvolvedores que trouxeram à vida o jogo Sport Champions, um dos jogos mais vendidos com suporte ao Playstation Move, surge Medieval Moves: Deadmund-s Quest! Um divertido e intenso jogo que utiliza a captura de movimentos levando o jogador a um mundo de fantasia e aventura! Participe desta jornada com lutas divertidas seja com arco e flecha, espadas ou mesmo magia! I played the demo and I loved this game so cool! Expand
  4. Jan 19, 2014
    6
    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. Expand
  5. Jan 22, 2012
    9
    I've got to say fun and entertaining game in all fairness.I held off this for a while after the payed critics views but got it in January sales.The only problem with really I can say is shouldn't be on rails but its fun
  6. Nov 28, 2011
    10
    Dig this game. Lots of fun for kids, adults with kids, and adults that like to act like a kid for a little while. Multiplayer is really fun and competitive.
  7. Mar 3, 2012
    10
    excellent game. This is what moves needed, a really accurate one. the uses the brilliant features that sport championship had. i love the fact that theyve introduced online in it. i wish they develop a table tennis online one as it was brilliant
Metascore
61

Mixed or average reviews - based on 41 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 41
  2. Negative: 3 out of 41
  1. 70
    On-rails action adventure surprises with catchy fighting style and plenty of weapons. One of the best titles for PlayStation Move that you can get. [Feb 2012]
  2. The real shining star of Medieval Moves, though is the bow and, considering the game was developed by the same team behind Sports Champions, this comes as little surprise. We regularly ditched the sword and shield in favour of the bow at every opportunity. [January 2012, p.80]
  3. 60
    Despite high ambitions and well executed ideas, Deadmund's Quest ends up being an on-rails shooter that's better than most of its ilk, but still doesn't offer anything that will make you want to return to the game after your first playthrough.