*GDC 10: Sony's Move trailer: Wireframed imagination
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GDC 10: Sony's Move trailer: Wireframed imagination

8:00 AM on 03.11.2010  ·  Dale North@DaleNorth
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We've seen enough living room family gaming promotional videos to last us a lifetime. Nintendo started it with the Wii a few years back, but here recently both Sony and Microsoft have been putting their own versions out with their new alternative control schemes. Today we saw a trailer that showed off what Sony's new controller, the motion sensing Move, could do.

The trailer we saw at Sony's press event featured wireframe overlays of what the Move controller was to represent in each gaming situation shown. Golf clubs, boxing gloves, ping pong paddles. You know the drill. The wireframes were like Sony's own high production value touch to the living room family gaming videos. If you pull out the glowing orbs, you kind of get the feeling that you've seen this video before.

Later, the trailer shows examples of many of the Move games we got to try out. Look for our hands-on reactions soon.

 
 

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