Category: PlayStation Motion Games
PlayStation Motion Software
I thought this week I would discuss one of the best PlayStation Move games. You know those wands you bought that had the light up ping pong ball on the top of them? Sure, they are collecting dust right now, but once Project Morpheus comes out I think they will become an integral for said device.
Sports Champions is the equivalent of Wii Sports from the Wii. It lets you use you new motion controlled wands to play different games including Disc Golf, Archery, Gladiator Combat, Table Tennis, Volley Ball, and Bocce Ball. Some were quite good, and I remember my wife and I playing quite a bit of Bocce Ball. The Archery was really fun as well. Unfortunately with all of it’s positives it still lacked something similar to what made Wii Sports special, and even ended up looking like a clone of it in the process.
I recently dug up: Sports Champions. Over here in the UK where I am, the Commonwealth games have recently come to an end. For those of you not aware of what they are, think of them as a smaller version of the Olympics but for countries that at one time or another were under British rule.
One of the reasons that I really appreciate the company behind our beloved console is that Sony does a fantastic job supporting small, unproven game developers. Sony gave thatgamecompany a three-title contract that resulted in the fine trifecta flOw, Flower, and Journey. In 2008, Sony made a similar deal with Giant Sparrow, and their first title, The Unfinished Swan (released exclusively to PSN on Oct. 16, 2012) is a winner.
With Sports Champions 2 launching later this month on October 30th, a demo has been announced to be coming to the US PSN store today.
“Today, weâ€™re excited to give you a free taste of the experience with a demo …
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 …
For those of us who bought the PlayStation Move, chances are, you own the first Sports Champions title (well, there’s a good chance I should say). As fun as that was, it didn’t have the variety that, say, Wii Sports Resort had, but at least it looked better and controlled better, right? Well, a sequel is on the way, creatively titled Sports Champions 2. No mention of the old games, except that archery will be updated, but now we’ll be getting new additions such as boxing, golf, bowling, tennis and skiing. Check after the jump for the announce trailer.
Lots of options to control the action on this soon-to-be released PSN game. One Move controller, two Move controllers, or even the good ol’ Dualshock3 can be used to be as close to the table as possible! Watch the video …