Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest Details on PlayStation 3
San Diego Studios Community Specialist Mark Wilson has shared some details today on Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest for the PlayStation 3 entertainment system below.
To quote: I recently sat in for the first time with the game team on Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest while they were putting the finishing touches on the game, coming Tuesday, November 15th. Not to my surprise, the game not only met my expectations but far surpassed them.
The first comment I will make to anyone who asks me to best describe Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest will simply be "try it." I know that statement won't win any literary awards for video game commentary, but it is my honest answer. Those that have tried Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest agree that the gameplay speaks volumes.
In one scenario, a hoard of skeletons charged straight at me. I knew I was in trouble... out-numbered, and more than a little frightened. Then I thought of my supply of dynamite. Instead of having to recall the button presses needed to access and launch my stick of dynamite, I simply held the PlayStation Move motion controller in front of me, shielding its light from the camera in order to keep the fuse lit.
At just the right time I chucked that bad boy into the hoard and actually snickered at the thought of my devious efforts. That was so much more fun and rewarding than a combination of button presses. In fact, I couldn't wait to do it over and over and over again. Simple. Immersive. Intuitive. And very fun!
During another scenario in the game's online competitive mode called "Cauldron of Chaos," my online opponent and I were fending off waves of attackers. The goal is not to kill the attackers, but release their essence. This essence then fills the one of four cauldrons that can be tipped over to summon more attackers onto your opponent. The last one standing wins!
I found this competitive concept refreshing and surprisingly rewarding, making for a genuinely rich game that the whole family can play. Features such as a simple in-game invite system, updated online play series, leaderboard challenges, unlockables, and customizable soundtracks really add to the fun. Imagine the possibilities!
I found myself experiencing these type of moments again and again and I knew I was experiencing much, much, more than a great follow-up to Sports Champions for the PS3.
I could tell the team at Zindagi Games, San Diego Studio and the PlayStation family are VERY proud of this game. The demo is available right now in the PlayStation Store for you to try today. Go get it, what are you waiting for? Just remember: file it under F.U.N.!
I just watched some gameplay, I got to say it's very similar to Sports Champions in a way, mostly the gladiator and archery modes. In fact it was made by the same game developers that made Sports Champions (Zindagi Games and San Diego Studios). I really enjoyed playing Sports Champions so I think this game will also be good .