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The inner workings of the PlayStation Move


1:20 PM on 05.13.2010



Our good friends over at the PlayStation blog have quietly been publishing neat developer diaries featuring Sony's small magical black wand, the PlayStation Move. It goes without saying, Sony's new marketing approach and branding of the PlayStation 3 has radically changed, gone is the creepy crying baby in the white room -- replaced with the hilarious Kevin Butler. Sony's classic practices of keeping things tight lipped and tucked away in their secret room of tricks, seems to be absent and shunned away by a more inviting (almost eager) approach towards the gaming community and industry.

Behold! Developer video diaries, that contain developers talking about Sony things!

Take a moment if you will, and embark on the journey that is Sony's PlayStation Move.






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