Killzone 3 Move preview: Point and shoot

Posted on December 19, 2010

Two months from now, Sony will launch its latest salvo in the first-party, first-person shooter wars, Killzone 3. While we’ve already taken a look at the game’s single-player (in 3D) and multiplayer modes, we’ve previously only see a brief video demonstration of another one of its bullet-point features: PlayStation Move support.

I spent a good part of the past week playing the latest pre-release version of Killzone 3, examining the ups and downs of using Move (with the companion navigation controller) to do so in place of the standard DualShock 3 controller. After making the initial, somewhat awkward adjustment to literally pointing-and-shooting Helghast troopers, I can say that my experience has ultimately been a positive one.

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Move Heroes Hands-on Impressions

Posted on December 11, 2010

We play as Ratchet–in Sly Cooper’s world!–in Sony’s mascot mixing, PlayStation Move-enabled, action-packed entry. Read on for our impressions on the game.

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MAG developer diary showcases Move support

Posted on October 10, 2010

If you need a little convincing before you think about introducing the PlayStation Move peripheral into your tightly regimented MAG strategies, you should probably check out the developer diary posted below. Don’t think about it as a ball-tipped motion controller: Think of it like a marshal’s baton.

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Weekend Discussion

Posted on September 18, 2010

Halo: Reach. Civilization V. PlayStation Move. Tokyo Game Show 2010.

Could a gamer’s life get busier? Oh, yes. We’re not even into October. There are still a ton of titles hitting retail before 2010 rings its final bell. (And let’s not even talk about how busy the first few months of 2011 will be.)

Let’s enjoy it while we can and hope everything works out when we pull out our wallets.

  • Alice O’Connor: I imagine I’ll continue to work my way through the Halo: Reach campaign, grumbling all the way. Monday Night Combat shall be my palate cleanser.
  • Brian Leahy: This weekend I’ll be playing Halo: Reach–three achievements left!—and Civilizat…

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Move Review Roundup

Posted on September 17, 2010

Sony’s new motion controller hits stores today. How does it perform? Here’s a handy list of our reviews for the peripheral’s launch titles, as well as the hardware itself.


Move Hardware Review: Motion Controls Evolved

“Despite some minor problems, the more we played with Move the more it
impressed us. The PlayStation Eye and motion controller are a killer
combination for accurate and highly responsive motion-based gameplay,
and we applaud Sony for getting the hardware right the first time. However, any excitement over the Move hardware must be weighed against the quality of the games that support it.”


Sports Champions Review: Outplaying Wii Sports In Every Way

“Sony didn’t help its cause to differentiate Move from the Wii by
selecting Sports Champions – a collection of sports-based minigames in
the same vein as Wii Sports – as the title to be included in the Move
bundle. But after playing Sports Champions extensively, I’m confident
that Sony made the right choice: No other title does as good of a job
showing off the exciting feats the new peripheral can accomplish.”


Tumble Review: Bringing Fun, Unique Challenges To Tower Building

“While its simplistic design gives Tumble the
appearance of a glossy Move tech demo, the variety of unique,
mind-bending challenges offered in this upcoming PSN title makes Tumble
one of the more desirable Move launch games to date, especially when a
friend joins in for local multiplayer.”


Start The Party Review: A Minigame Compilation That Will End Your Party

“If Start The Party put half the effort into coming up with some
additional creative and entertaining minigames as it does courting the
casual crowd with flashy graphics and annoying sound effects, than I
could recommend trying out this minigame collection in good conscience.
As it stands, the novelty of playing around with augmented reality will
quickly wear out under the weight of the game’s shallowness and
obnoxious demeanor.”


Kung Fu Rider Review: Less Fun Than A Kung Fu Kick To The Groin

“Whenever a gaming company launches new technology,
some titles will fail to take advantage of the new hardware. To put Kung Fu
Rider in this category would be exceedingly generous. This is a game about
riding office chairs, and through some reverse miracle, the developers actually
managed to make the game stupider than it sounds.”


Resident Evil 5: Move Edition Video Preview

“Sony is set to release the PlayStation Move on September 17, and some
gamers are wary that this family-friendly hardware will offer nothing
for the hardcore. Capcom has a plan, though. That plan is to release an
update for Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition on September 19, which will allow you to play the game with the Move and Navigation controllers. We booted up the 2009 hit and fired away.”

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