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TGS 09: Resident Evil 5's PS3 waggle controls in action


2:00 AM on 09.26.2009



As you no doubt heard already, Resident Evil 5 is getting re-released for the PlayStation 3. It’s going to be called Resident Evil 5: Alternative Edition and is set to have some new content and will support the new Motion Controller from Sony. So it’s basically going to be Resident Evil 4 for the Wii, but in HD.

The video (click the image above) shows off the new motion controlled Resident Evil 5 from yesterday’s press event and holy crap does that controller setup look dumb. It’s great that you don’t have to buy an extra controller, but using the Dual Shock 3 with the Motion Controller looks so unpleasant. Hopefully Sony has something planned for an alternative controller to go with the Motion Controller.

[via TVGB]






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