Street Fighter Alpha designer working on PS Move game

Former Capcom man Noritaka Funamizu, known for his work on Street Fighter II and the Alpha series, is now working on a PlayStation Move game, says 1UP. He told Famitsu that he likes the precision movement that Move offers. The game hasn’t been announced yet, so we have no details. Funamizu does say what he thinks of Sony’s Move, though: 

“The Move doesn’t seem like all that useful a device at first glance, but paired with the tilt sensor it’s got inside, it’s a very well-done motion controller — you can make controls feel very precise with it.”

The designer says that the 3DS also appeals to him, mostly because it’s just powerful enough as a portable. 

Funamizu left Capcom a few years back to found Craft & Meister, the developer behind upcoming Wii RPG Earth Seeker.

Former Capcom man Noritaka Funamizu, known for his work on Street Fighter II and the Alpha series, is now working on a PlayStation Move game, says 1UP. He told Famitsu that he likes the precision movement that Move offers. The game hasn’t been announced yet, so we have no details. Funamizu does say what he thinks of Sony’s Move, though: 

“The Move doesn’t seem like all that useful a device at first glance, but paired with the tilt sensor it’s got inside, it’s a very well-done motion controller — you can make controls feel very precise with it.”

The designer says that the 3DS also appeals to him, mostly because it’s just powerful enough as a portable. 

Funamizu left Capcom a few years back to found Craft & Meister, the developer behind upcoming Wii RPG Earth Seeker.

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