Posts Tagged ‘playstation move’
There aren’t very many new Move-compatible games coming out. So let’s come up with six examples of what could revive a flagging peripheral. GO.
Here are some videos RIGHT IN YOUR FACE.
You cannot live without these peripheral attachments. Literally. You’re dying right now without them.
It’s Christmas soon! So I’m going to pretend you know nothing about games (sorry about that) to suggest some for Christmas.
We take a look at the recent marketing campaigns going out for PlayStation Move and ask, for a company that delivered the Double Life advertisement, can’t they come up with anything better?
Child Of Eden might be coming to PlayStation, but Move is support is yet to be confirmed. Even if it were, will Move be able to convey the same experience as Kinect?
Gauging opinion is always fun, especially when it comes to new hardware. Move is out there and has been out for nearly a week in the UK. So what do you think of it all?
The only magazine to have played the multiplayer modes!
PlayStation Move isn’t infallible. There are plenty of places and situations in which in simply won’t work. Find out what they are.
E3 is just a memory but now is time to take stock and see how Sony has emerged from this year’s epic videogames dust-up
Alright, so the name sums up what it’s all about and stuff, but it’s not very imaginative, is it? Fortunately, I have an extremely fertile imagination that just loves to make up names for things, so I’ve come up with my own shortlist of names. Sony’s gonna read this and think, “Damn! Why did we call it Move when we could have gone with any of these brilliant suggestions?” Never mind Sony. Maybe next time.
It has a name, and it’s not Mo-con – even though we coined that term and told Sony we would only expect modest royalties if and when they chose to use it
Sony has used its keynote address at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco to name its motion controller and the name is PlayStation Move. The technology was first revealed at E3 last year and speculation has been rife as to what the final product will be called. Some suggested Gem, others Arc, but Move was settled upon.