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Kung-Fu LIVE Cheat Code

January 21, 2011 | | 2 Comments

Been a while since I’ve seen a nice old school cheat code. This ‘Unlock all’ cheat code will unlock all chapters of the story mode. From the main menu: hold down left (on the dpad) and quickly press through the … Read More

Kung-Fu Live Demo Out and Tutorial Videos

January 5, 2011 | | 4 Comments

The Kung-Fu Live Demo arrived on the PlayStation Store and along with it Virtual Air Guitar released some tutorials on how to best set up your playing area. My body never fit into the white outline like his does in the video above, lol. Doesn’t really matter though as long as your whole body is visible.

Advanced Calibration tutorial after the jump.

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Sony Loves the Kinect Comparison

September 20, 2010 | | 6 Comments

Fanboys may be overly passionate in expressing disdain for the competitor, but not Sony. According to PlayStation head Shuhei Yoshida, being continually compared to Microsoft’s Kinect has got him feeling “lucky”.

“[Ever] since we announced Move at E3 last year, … Read More

Sony Let Microsoft Have Kinect

July 22, 2010 | | 10 Comments

Anton Mikhailov explains why they let Microsoft have the Kinect technology. Skip to the 9:00 mark if you want to see that. They talk about how Kinect has trouble tracking people with varying heights, for example 5′ 7″ vs 6′ … Read More

My Motion Tech Is Better Than Yours!

July 21, 2010 | | 17 Comments

Microsoft officially revealed the pricing and details of their motion tech, Kinect, yesterday and compared it to Sony’s Move and the Nintendo Wii. According to the Microsoft when compared to the Wii and Move, Kinect is the overall winner when it comes to affordability.

( Note how Microsoft used the original PS3 “PHAT” model for their price comparison.)

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Sony Already Falling Behind Microsoft When it Comes to Marketing Move

June 24, 2010 | | 14 Comments


Since Sony and Microsoft both showed off their motion control tech at this years E3, we’ve seen little public demonstrations of Move. On the other hand Microsoft ‘s Kinect has been on the move with it’s first public appearance to a live audience on NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Even with the noticeable response delay with the demo of Kinect, it seemed like a lot of fun was had.
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