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The newly revealed DUALSHOCK 4 has a similar look to the DUALSHOCK 3, with some great enhanced as well as new features. These features include:
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It seems like the Move and Move-exclusive titles are coming back into the spotlight lately. I mean, you have Sports Champions 2 on the way, for instance, but here’s an unexpected surprise. Until Dawn, which is a first person horror game. Here’s a snippet from the Official PlayStation blog:
It’s Teen Horror — so obviously it’s isolated, the power’s out and the phones don’t work! You’ll play through the story as multiple characters, sometimes with a friend and sometimes on your own, to discover who it is that’s intent on killing off you and your friends. It’s up to you how you play, so we don’t know how your story will go or who’ll be there with you at the end.
Apparently, the cast includes TV stars and the story is written by Hollywood writers. No word on whom, however.
Capcom brings both Resident Evil Umbrella Chronicles and Darkside Chronicles to PlayStation 3 in one terrifying combination for Resident Evil fans. Explore your favorite scenes and moments from Resident Evil history, and experience new adventures that expand on the rich history of the Resident Evil franchise. With Trophy and Move support, as well as a new 720p presentation, you can now dive back into the action to try and stop the Umbrella Corporation once and for all.
Have you always wanted to be a world-renowned chef, but opted for another career instead? You can finally make your wish come true with Order Up!!. In this cooking game created by SuperVillain Games, you’re playing as an ambitious chef who’s starting at the bottom of the ladder in a shack serving hamburgers and fries, who makes his or her own way up to own a world-renowned restaurant.
Order Up!! has been out since 2008 on the Wii. The PlayStation 3 version (available on both the PSN and as a regular game disc) is an enhanced port of the Wii version and has a few new features: a local multiplayer mode, a new restaurant, and even 3D support!
I know, most people see these types of accessories as, well, worthless junk. However, as the video above depicts, there’s a lot more to this accessory than meets the eye. Besides the handles being adjustable (to go from a car-like steering wheel design to a motorcycle-like design), it also has longer, concave triggers for better finger grip, paddle shifters, and its own directional DualShock motors (one on each side), all powered by the Move controller itself.
Anton Mikhailov, SCE’s R&D guy, even mentioned how it could be used for flight games as well. Another really cool feature, as far as motorcycle control goes, the right handle could be twisted as a throttle, which also drives the right hand DualShock motor. Watch out for this later this year. It will retail for around $40.