I can’t think of a better way to get people more accustomed to the Playstation Move than using the very series that introduced people to the potential of the Dualshock controller.
Valve announces “complete” Move support for the PS3 version of Portal 2 and also had some nice things to say about their commitment to the PS3 in the past. [Update] Portal 2 is NOT getting full Move support for the time being.
Yeah that’s right three D words in one title, I could go for more alliteration but I’ll spare you my inner English geek. But now for the real meat and potatoes and why you’ll care enough to click on this story…the demo disc comes with 11 demo titles for you to try out. I know […]
I reserve judgment until I play it, but I don’t know how ergonomic this will be.
If you were worried that the standard controller might be going somewhere thanks to that shiny new Kinect on the horizon, or maybe you’re scared of the the PS Move, maybe even…the market dominator Wiimote. Then take a deep breath as everyone’s favorite gaming industry hype man Peter Molyneux tells us that things are going […]
There were probably quite a few of you out there who might actually remember what Virtual Reality is/was. But for those of you who don’t, it was a used-all-too-often technology buzzword that promised the world but delivered nothing. For the longest time, the mere utterance of the two words back to back would cause a […]
You may scoff at me right now when I say grandiose statements like the one titling this article, but I firmly believe that neither Nintendo or Xbox 360’s controllers have it just right. They’re close, and in the business of motion controls, there is no cigar for those who finish second.
It’s funny how someone showing a tech demo can excite me to the point where I’m ready to whip out the credit card and lay money down on a product that hasn’t been proven. It was that way with the Wii, and the original Eyetoy, now it seems that I’m going to be doing the […]
Kevin Butler, Sony’s proverbial VP of Everything, has released a new video dealing with the PlayStation Move. While it doesn’t show anything new about the devices that wasn’t already shown at GDC, its a worthy watch simply for its ridiculousness. However, there was one bit of fine print that caught our eye: PlayStation Eye sold […]
You must have seen them by now, the PlayStation Arc controllers that look like a cross between a Wiimote and a sex toy. The EyeToy mandatory motion sensing peripherals are probably going to be a big topic for the Sony presentation at GDC tonight when the company is set to stream their keynote over Ustream.