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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Announces 250GB 360 Kinect Bundle

    Microsoft's Gamerscore Blog revealed yet another Kinect retail bundle that will be available in stores on November 4th when the much-anticipated motion control camera unit launches. The bundle includes a glossy black Xbox 360 slim console with a removable 250GB hard drive, a Kinect sensor bar, and... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Shows Off Move Retail Bundles

    If you are one of the many gamers looking to buy a PlayStation Move when the motion controller releases on September 19, you'll have a few options at retail. Sony's PlayStation blog just put up a post that details some of the bundles and pricing options that will be available for Move, as well... More
  • Blog Post: Retailers Pricing Kinect at $150

    While Microsoft continues to stay mum on the matter, it appears as though buyers in all the major game retailers are planning on Kinect costing $150. Gamespot reports that Gamestop (Game Informer's parent company), Amazon , Best Buy , Wal-Mart , and Target are all listing the new hands-free motion... More
  • Blog Post: THQ Undecided On Pricing For Move And Natal Titles

    Over the past few months we've received bits and pieces of information regarding Sony and Microsoft's upcoming motion peripherals, with little data on what sorts of titles we'll be flailing our arms to. With the new technology in tow, it's unclear what sort of development will have to... More
  • Blog Post: Interview: Sony's Scott Rohde Talks PlayStation Move

    After the PlayStation Move press conference, I sat down with Sony Worldwide Studios VP Scott Rohde to talk about his company's game development philosophy, the unsung features of Sony's new technology, and the arduous task of turning cynical hardcore gamers onto motion controls. When Sony launched... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Debuts The PlayStation Move

    The wait is over. At its GDC press event this afternoon, Sony officially unveiled its motion controller and finally gave it a name – the PlayStation Move. Stressing the controller's precision as the defining technological feat that separates the Move from the Nintendo Wii, Sony senior vice... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Confident About Motion Controller

    Microsoft may be winning all the pre-release battles between its Natal motion controller and Sony's as-yet-unnamed endeavor, but Sony senior vice president of publisher relations, Rob Dyer, says that Sony is more than capable of winning the war. Many – myself included – have criticized... More
  • Blog Post: Update: 10 Motion Controller Games In 2010

    UPDATE: Sony of Japan plans to have approximately 10 games for the launch window of its motion controller, from its fall launch until the end of 2010. ORIGINAL STORY: Sony of Japan is saying that it plans to have approximately 10 games to support the launch of its motion controller. While touting a profitable... More
  • Blog Post: PS3 Motion Controller Set To Waggle This Fall

    Sony has announced that its still-unnamed motion controller will be hitting store shelves in Japan, North American and Europe this fall, rather than the spring window the company initially announced at Tokyo Game Show 2009. In the meantime, the company says it’s putting its resources behind ensuring... More
  • Blog Post: Traveller's Tales Director Claims Natal Lag Will "Hurt Game Development"

    Natal is receiving some criticism from an unlikely source in Jon Burton, director at Traveller's Tales. He claims Microsoft's new controller is “exceedingly clever, but the lag on the input and lack of physical buttons is really going to restrict the kind of games that can be done with... More
  • Blog Post: TGS 09: New Version of RE:5 To Use PS3 Motion Control

    More news straight from the land of giant robots, Sony announced today that they’re releasing a new iteration of Resident Evil 5 for the PS3. The game incorporates not only new content, but also the PlayStation motion control that’s coming this spring. Titled Resident Evil 5: Alternate Version... More
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