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What Company would make the best use of The playstation move "Killer App" ?
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Again, I'm onboard with Media Molecule, I look forward to seeing what they do.

Sorcery looks amazing; and Move support in the final Harry Potter game could be phenomenal. (They added Kinect support for part 1…where you have no controller, but the platform where you actually use a WAND isn't supported? Waht?!)


Personally I can't wait to see if Naughty Dog uses it for something, as well as Insomniac, as they used the sixaxis well for Ratchet and Clank 1.


I also look forward to using it for Killzone 3; the sixaxis use in Killzone 2 was fairly slim, but worked really well, which is more than I can say about most games.

1:00 pm
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I actually, not so much relating to a studio but I'd love to see a Buffy The Vampire Slayer game made for the move. I think with the variety of weapons she uses the move could get a lot of use.


I'm wondering how it'll be for FPS games. I didn't really like Killzone 2 that much but I'm intrigued to see how well it'll work for the third installment.

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I was going to say the same team that made the previous Ape Escape games, but apparantly they've just created an Ape Escape minigame collection thing. Which is quite dissapointing.

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