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  • Blog Post: Motion-Sense Features Possible With New PS4 Controller

    Vice President of Sony Worldwide Studios Europe, Michael Denny, confirmed with PlayStation Magazine that motion-sensing features are going to be possible with the new Dualshock 4, but it will not be a full Move controller. “So it’s not a Move controller because the Move controller is different... More
  • Blog Post: Dual Shock 3 Controllers Won't Work With PlayStation 4

    According to Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony Worldwide Studios, the next-gen PlayStation won't support the PS3's Dual Shock controller. However, the original Move motion controller will be a part of Sony's next-gen plan Yoshida said, "No, [PS4] doesn't support DualShock 3, but... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation 4 To Feature Stereo Camera

    The rumors were true: The next-generation PlayStation console will ship with a Kinect-style stereo camera peripheral and a controller with a sensor built in. During Sony's PlayStation 4 event in New York, legendary developer and lead PS4 engineer Mark Cerny detailed some of the functionality of the... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Looks Back On The PlayStation 3

    In preparation for Sony's Wednesday announcement, Sony has been looking at the legacies of its hardware. Now it's PlayStation 3's turn. You can head here to see the video for the PlayStation , and here for the PlayStation 2 . Below you'll see Sony's PlayStation 3 video. More
  • Blog Post: Get Your Move On In Portal 2 DLC

    Developer Sixense has revealed some Portal 2 DLC that may make you want to dust off your PS3 copy of Portal 2 and take your Move controller out of storage. The studio is releasing 20 new test chambers that were created with the motion-sensing controller in mind. The trailer below shows off some of the... More
  • Blog Post: The Augmented Reality Of PS3's Wonderbook

    Update: Screens and trailer. Sony took a very long respite during its press conference to show off a new augmented reality experience using the PS Move called Wonderbook. The Wonderbook is a flat platform that when used in conjunction with your PS3 and its PS3 Eye camera, uses augmented reality to expand... More
  • Blog Post: Men In Black: Alien Crisis Release Date

    Activision announced the new Men in Black game last year, and now the publisher has revealed that the release date is unsurprisingly coordinated with the latest film's May 25 release. Hitting on May 22, a few days before the movie's theatrical release, MIB: Alien Crisis lets you shoot a bunch... More
  • Blog Post: PSN-Exclusive House Of The Dead 4 Coming In April

    Sega is making good on its promise to bring House of the Dead games to the PlayStation 3. The previously vague "spring" release date for House of the Dead 4 has been solidified: PS3 owners can blast more zombies on April 17. As reported on the PlayStation Blog , House of the Dead 4 is the console... More
  • Blog Post: Datura: A New Move Title For PSN

    Remember the PlayStation Move? Fish it out of the closet because Plastic Studios, the creators of Linger in Shadows, have created a Move title for PSN called Datura. Not much is known about the title, but Michal Staniszewski, game director at the developer, says it's about presenting hard choices... More
  • Blog Post: Kinect Vs. Move: One Year Later

    It's been about one year since Microsoft and Sony both released their respective motion controllers, Kinect for Xbox 360 and Move for PlayStation 3. For sales, Microsoft reported in March 2011 it has shipped 10 million Kinect units worldwide since launch. It has not provided an update since. U.S... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Crams Bonus Content Into LittleBigPlanet Re-releases

    LittleBigPlanet 2 was released a year ago, but the globe didn't stop spinning. DLC was added. Move support was incorporated. And oh, so many costumes! If you didn't pick it up last year, Sony is releasing a pair of LittleBigPlanet 2 deals next month. After all, there's more to the PS3 than... More
  • Blog Post: PS3 Gameplay Video for The House Of The Dead: Overkill – Extended Cut

    Even if you are a fan of zombies and light gun games, you might have missed The House of the Dead: OVERKILL when it was released in 2009 on the Wii. Sega is resurrecting this title for an HD version on the Playstation 3 that takes advantage of the Move controller. This "Extended Cut" re-release... More
  • Blog Post: Bond Puts The Move In His Arsenal With The GoldenEye 007: Reloaded Bundle

    Sony and Activision are teaming up for a GoldenEye Move bundle that includes an exclusive character for GoldenEye 007: Reloaded. The Double 'O' Edition features the game, a Move controller, a navigation controller, a PlayStation Eye, and the Move Sharpshooter peripheral. The pack also includes... More
  • Blog Post: LittleBigPlanet 2 Move DLC Detailed

    Media Molecule has revealed new details on LittleBigPlanet 2's Move-enabled DLC pack, Rise of the Cakeling. The new DLC pack pits Sackboy against a rogue cake that "threatens doom and destruction" to Craftworld. The pack will contain five full story levels, seven side levels, plus new tools... More
  • Blog Post: Ninja Gaiden 3 Gains PlayStation Move Support

    Now here's an announcement I didn't see coming. If Ninja Gaiden 3 is anything like its predecessors, razor-sharp reflexes and pinpoint precision are demanded of the player. Tecmo Koei hasn't shared details as to how Move support will be integrated into the PlayStation 3 version of the game... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Announces Tiger Woods/Move Bundle

    Sony and EA Sports are teaming up for a PS Move bundle featuring Tiger Woods' latest game. Why wasn't this released sooner? The game came out back in the end of March, but next week you'll be able to get the game along with a PS3 Move controller and the requisite PlayStation Eye camera for... More
  • Blog Post: Report: PS4 Will Come In 2012, Features Kinect-Like Controls

    People have been speculating about what's next for Sony's PlayStation hardware, and recent reports are sure to add fuel to the conversation. According to Taiwan-based component manufacturers, the PS3 successor will support motion-based controls that will be similar to what's offered by Microsoft's... More
  • Blog Post: LittleBigPlanet 2's Move DLC Detailed

    Sony is explaining how LittleBigPlanet 2 level creators will be able to use their Move controller to bring their ideas to life in the game. The company's official blog has an in-depth description of some of the Move tools that will be at your disposal, including customizing of the Move reticule,... More
  • Blog Post: MediEvil Move: Deadmund's Quest Comes To PlayStation Move

    Sony resurrected an old franchise from its IP graveyard for this minigames-on-rails motion-controlled adventure. With one-to-one motion controls, players guide Deadmund (he's a skeletal knight. Get it?) through a series of branching paths, conquering enemies with various weapons and completing challenges... More
  • Blog Post: Just Dance 3 Headed To All Motion Platforms

    There are already 30 million Just Dance players around the world, so why not add a few more? Ubisoft announced at its press conference today that the next installment in the successful dance game series is getting a multiplatform sequel. Senior VP of marketing and sales Tony Key made the announcement... More
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