Medieval Moves Deadmund’s Quest Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** An on-rails action adventure which uses the PlayStation Move controller to battle enemies with sword and shield. The Platinum demands two playthroughs, and some tricky trophies to unlock.
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Medieval Moves: Deadmund’s Quest
Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest is an on-rails action adventure in which players use the PlayStation Move controller to battle enemies with sword and shield, bow and arrow, and throwing stars.
The sorcerer Morgrimm has raised an army of dead and is attempting to take over the kingdom by invading Prince Edmund's Castle. Only the player-character can defeat Morgrimm and his evil minions in order to bring peace back to the Kingdom.
Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest received mixed reviews, with an average score of 64%, praised for its mechanics and overall fun, though criticized by some for its repetitive gameplay.
The difficulty of this game is skill-dependant. While a number of trophies are story-related, there are a few that can be quite tricky, such as not taking any damage during a boss battle. Two playthroughs are required, one on its hardest game setting. Anyone with plenty of on-rails gaming experience shouldn't have too much trouble, but other may be facing a challenge for the platinum.
Expect roughly 35-50 hours of gameplay, depending on your skills.
NOTE: At least one Move controller is required. Co-op trophies can either be earned locally with a second Move controller, or by finding another player online.
You'll first need to beat the game on any difficulty in order to unlock King difficulty mode. So, our first order of business is to beat the game. You can do this on any level of difficulty you choose, though remember the harder the mode, the more it will prepare you later for King difficulty. Also, during this playthrough, you'll want to try to nab as many of the random trophies along the way, simply to make mopping-up easier later on. This includes finding collectibles by breaking everything that's breakable, and some challenge-related trophies such as the Vitamin Awesome or Outhouse Of Pain trophies. If you don't get all of them, fear not. There is a chapter select available.
Once you've finished the game, you'll have unlocked King difficulty. Now, it's time to play through again on that level. Doing so will unlock the Bad To The Bone trophy.
Next, you can move onto Battle mode. There are eight trophies to unlock here, some which can be done solo, and others that are multiplayer. If you have a second Move controller, than you can earn all the multiplayer trophies locally. The other option is to go online and find someone to play with, but given the age of the game, this may prove to be difficult. Check out the boosting forums under our Links tab if you're having trouble finding people.
Finally, use the chapter select to mop-up any remaining trophies.
Here's a great Trophy Guide by Wozmil:
A video demonstration of the Vitamin Awesome trophy by Wozmil:
And Wozamil's video demonstration of the Outhouse Of Pain trophy:
And his video demonstration of the Go Forge Yourself trophy:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: