Category: PlayStation Motion Games | Page 3
PlayStation Motion Software
Here’s an updated list of all the Move enabled games (Move exclusive, enhanced or with extra Move content included) to make the most of your $100 purchase (since most of you got it in a bundle, right?). Full list after the break:
Back when the Move came out, you could buy it bundled with a little piece of software called Sports Champions, which really helped showcase the accuracy of the Move. Well, Zindagi Games and San Diego Studio, the team behind the Move launch title, have announced another Move game, called Medieval Moves: Deadmund’s Quest, at Sony’s conference last night.
According to Sony, the game’s story revolves around an evil sorcerer, Morgrimm, that invaded Prince Edmund’s Castle to take over the kingdom with an army of undead skeletons. The hero, Prince Edmund, has also been transformed into a skeleton, but he is on a quest to stop the invasion and Morgrimm to get his kingdom back.
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Your lil’ pal FooBear408 once again has hopped on the old soapbox to audition for position of town crier. Basically, I’m willing to talk for anyone who’ll listen. This being my first serious review of a game that isn’t all that serious to begin with. Â Whether you’re playing as a raccoon who sports a black lone ranger mask complete with newsboy/berÃ©t, or my personal favorite: the low budget and not so smug version of Bender from Futurama – Clank – you’ll be kicking ass and taking names in no time. And in conclusion to this first riveting paragraph: there’s good news and bad news. The bad news is that this game gets repetitive – fast. And the game, as a whole, leaves something to be desired for the hardcore fans. The good news is there’s no more bad news.
When the first Eye Pet was announced, my daughters were extremely excited. After being delayed over and over, it was finally released as a PS Move compatible game, and filled my home with enjoyment. The major issue at the time seemed to be that my two youngest daughters had to take turns. Well now, with todays announcement of Eye Pet and Friends, it seems like that will no longer be an issue.
In Eye Pet and Friends there will now be the availability of two pets, either both controlled by one player, or each controlled by a separate player. The game is currently scheduled to be released “later this year.”