Archive for category PlayStation Motion Games
In this Story Trailer, join legendary wizard Dash in a magical tale from deep within the Faerie Kingdom. As his apprentice Finn ventures into unknown lands, he unleashes the fury of the twisted and vengeful Nightmare Queen.
This game is looking really good, and I can’t wait to check it out.
Sorcery is coming exclusively to the PS3 and PlayStation Move on May 22.
Also, don’t forget to enter for your chance at a Move Bundle, right here on the site.
We finally have a update for Sorcery after a long wait. We get to see some more game play too. I think it’s pretty cool you can throw magic spells and put some “english” on it so it’s like a curve ball so to speak. Check out the link below for a Q & A with Sid Shuman & Brian Upton.
That one PlayStation Move game that caught your attention when it was shown during E3 2010? Sony’s Eric Levine has told IGN that the Move exclusive game is still in development and it’s expected to be fully playable during Sony’s Holiday Showcase in New York City next month. In Sorcery you play as a young sorcerer’s apprentice who has to protect his homeland from an evil Queen.
Sony has announced 2 new PlayStation Move bundles just in time for the holidays! The first bundle will include the PlayStation Move motion controller, a PlayStation Eye camera and a copy of Sports Champions and Medieval Moves: Deadmund’s Quest for the price of $99.99.
The second bundle entitled “Everybody Dance bundle“, is available now exclusively at Target and will include a 320GB PlayStation 3 system, a DualShock 3 wireless controller, a PlayStation Move motion controller, a PlayStation Eye camera and a copy of Everybody Dance all for the price of $299.99.
Medieval Moves: Deadmund’s Quest will be out on Tuesday, November 15th. For more information on the new PlayStation Move bundles visit the the official PlayStation Blog.
I am a LittleBitLate with this news, but LittleBigPlanet 2 is now $39.99 “at participating retailers”, so if you haven’t picked it up because of the price, now might be a good time to do so. Also, earlier in the week, there was a new update available for LBP2. One that allows you to play the game using the Move controller.
To go along with that, Media Molecule will also have the Move Pack DLC available next week, a video showcasing that can be viewed up top. From the looks of things, it adds quite a bit more to the already great gameplay the game provides! Here’s some information about the Move Pack (from littlebigplanet.com):
Featuring a brand new story mode; Rise of the Cakeling, a new power-up for Sackboy called the Brain Crane, and a suite of creative tools to help you build your own Move games, paint your own stickers and record movements, the Move Pack is our biggest DLC add-on pack to date!
No pricing details available just yet, though.