Sony has officially revealed its PlayStation 3 motion controller, and it's not called the rumor "Arc." Nope, it's PlayStation Move.
The controller will be offered in a number of flavors to consumers. The Move controller itself will be offered as a standalone product for those that already own the the PlayStation Eye, which is require to use the controller. A "started kit" will also be made available, which will include the controller, the Eye, as well as a game; Sony is shooting for this kit to come in at under $100.
In its promo video, Sony showed off some of the game's software which included a wide range of games, including: a dancing title; table tennis; a bare-knuckles gritty fighting game; a sword and shield game not unlike that seen at E3 last year (with graphical upgrades); a light-gun style shooting game; Electronic Arts' upcoming Tiger Woods title; updates for LittleBigPlanet and EyePet; and the upcoming SOCOM 4.
Also revealed is a nunchuk-style second controller Sony is calling the "sub controller." A representative from Zipper Interactive showed off the use of this secondary controller, which will be fully supported SOCOM 4.
Injustice: Gods Among Us is launching on April 16th, its new launch trailer will give you a general feel of the game's setup. Featuring some of the biggest names in the DC universe, Injustice will pit good against evil in fi...more
In yet another stellar interview, Spencer Hayes speaks with Justin Elliot of Cardboard Computer about their game, Kentucky Route Zero, which took the IGF award for "Excellence in Visual Arts." But it's the way player choice is managed that has captured Spencer's interest in this unique, narrative-driven title.more
Spencer Hayes caught up with NVIDIA project manager Justin Walker at GDC 2013, where he was showing off Project Shield, a handheld gaming device capable of playing Android games and streaming PC titles direct from the user's...more