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Zindagi's New Game is Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest

Posted by James Newton

Puns ahoy!

It's not the Sports Champions sequel we were expecting, but Zindagi's new game looks to be an entertaining outing in its own right.

Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest has been dubbed an "action adventure shooter", covering most bases in one deft stroke, but from the press release it sounds like a cross between Medievil and the LEGO series of games, with two-player co-op and full Move support thrown in for good measure.

With Sports Champions still impressing with its Move controls we hope to see a similarly spectacular motion control event when Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest hits later this year.

From the same team that brought you Sports Champions, one of the best selling Move titles, Medieval Moves: Deadmund’s Quest is a fantasy, action adventure game that is played with PlayStation Move that uses a unique set of motion control functionality, allowing players to seamlessly transition between throwing projectiles, sword fighting and archery for an intuitive and immersive gameplay experience.

The evil Sorcerer Morgrimm has invaded Prince Edmund's Castle and plots to take over the kingdom, raising an army of skeletons from beyond. While trying to stop Morgrimm, our hero, Prince Edmund is also turned into a skeleton! Now named “Deadmund ”, he must fight to save his homeland and defeat Morgrimm and his minions to restore order to the kingdom.

· Non-Stop Action & Adventure- Slash enemies with swords– archery – flinging throwing stars.

· 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 Sports 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 mode and local, online, competitive & co-op play.

· Pick up and play- Fun and accessible for families and friends to play together.

· Playable in Stereoscopic 3D.

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User Comments (6)



din_djinn said:

First I've heard of this, and it looks to be a lot of fun. While my gaming budget is way down this year, this is just the sort of thing I'd be interested in if it has enough play to keep me coming back... the way Sports Champions does; I don't play it all the time, but it's the kind of game I can't imagine reselling as I will pick it up again and again.



RipVoid said:

This is step in the right direction to what I regard as the new holy grail of gaming: a MMORPG with true hacking and slashing with the move.



Doctor-J said:

Medieval Moves sounds awesome, i'm just concerned about what happened to Sorcery. You guys on E3, is there any information about sorcery there? Is it at least in development?



castlezelda said:

Doctor-J, games don't have to be announced at E3 to know people are still working on them, maybe Sony didn't wanna show off Sorcery again???

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