Video: Motion Controller Update Part 3: Deep Into the E3 Demo
Today Sony's Social Media Senior Specialist Chris Morell is back with the third installment of the PlayStation Motion Controller series dubbed 'Dive Deep Into the E3 Demo.'
To quote: In the third part of the motion controller Blog series, Richard Marks and Anton Mikhailov break down their E3 on-stage demo in more detail.
From plasma whips and drawing, to abstract domino snakes and real time strategy-style games, you'll see some things you're already familiar with, as well as some never before seen applications that didn't quite make the show.
More details are included in the video below.
Stay tuned for more exclusive motion controller updates soon.
Thats Unbelieveable !!! Sony made a controller that will make Wii disappears.. the nice thing , that sony aren't making wii controller idea , they made it with a camera not a board , the wii will be dropped to 1$ i cant wait !!
The Wii has more than just the controller working for it. The ps3 would need to amass an arsenal of games that appeal to the non-gamer masses (aka noob games) then it has to look a bit less hardcore. maybe a pink ps3? or too much?
Do these guys really call that video an UPDATE?
Nothing new in it.
I'm really tired of all those "ought-to-be"-updates.
Also I haven't seen one game announced which properly uses this technique.
I'm really no XBOX fanboy but with what is shown now, Sony will loose the battle!
Well then you must have missed the video sony displayed here that showed off around 8 different games using the motion controller. The biggest one being the survivor horror game in whitch you use a flashlight to see in dark areas and other things as weapons. Not to mention it will be in Hd.
Plus what does xbox have natal a motion game where adults talk to a creepy little kid. Wow that sound fun. Or look retarted kicking balls. Please tell me youve seen one game announced which properly uses natals technique that is not a tech demo. A game coming out soon or has alot of information and screens to prove it exist. Once you do that maybe youll be right.