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Media Molecule realizing PlayStation Move's potential

Feb 20 // Kyle MacGregor    @DtoidKyle

Taking creative gaming to next level

Media Molecule took the stage at Sony's PlayStation 4 event and revealed that their next project will help players cut through the crap, sweep away the techy mess, and put players in the designer's chair. After two years of research in a variety of fields the developer is endeavoring to realize the full potential of the PlayStation Move.

Media Molecule wants to give players the tools to bring their dreams to life. To do this they've created some impressive software to allow players to harness the motion controller to assemble their thoughts and ideas into levels and stories with a flick of the wrist. The video demonstration showed off players using the Move to sculpt scenery and record the movement of on-screen characters.

Hopefully it works because it looks almost too good to be true.

Check out ALL the PlayStation 4 coverage from today's event here. Console specs revealed, new controller detailed, and tons of games announced!


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