Didn't Like It
My wife and I thought this would be something fun to play when we saw it. I do not like this game at all. Played multiplayer once, and never touched it again.
Much better than I expected
I purchased Medieval Games because it looked different. I liked the basis of the different mini games, sort of Mario Party like and I always enjoyed Medieval games of sport. Combine those 2 aspects and u have Medieval games. You have several modes you can play. Challange mode, which lets you play the mini games against others for fun. There is also storybook mode that lets you play the boardgame and progress the story. The graphics are a little cheesey, and the sound and storyline is a little cookey but that just adds to the fun. My only major concern are the controls. Some of the mini games controls are a little cumbersome, to the point that i skip the game because I am not able to control the charaters correctly. Other than that the game is great for all ages.
Better then Mario Party!
When I looked at the back of this case, I thought, "Oh no! It's anohter Mario Party game." I thought it wa the same old game with a diferent name. But I was wrong, this game is awesome! I love all the modes. The Tournament mode is especially good in that it lets you win minigames and I like the storybook feel and the cool storyling that each board follows. It's also coolhow as you play a gameboard, as you get event spaces and stuff like that, you get a page of a book read to you. The events are awesome, also! Probably the best yet. I especially love the funny character animations and the caharcters, though the caharcter selection is a little small. So, if you weren't sure wheater or not to get Medieval Games, you should be! Let Mario Party help you. If you liked Mario Party, this game will be that and 101% more! It's the next level in party games. You'll love this game. They should call it Medieval Games Lv. X! [That one's based on Pokemon cards]