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Videos: PS3 Motion Controller on Resident Evil 5 & LittleBigPlanet


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266w ago - Yesterday at Tokyo Game Show 2009 Sony revealed the redesigned PS3 motion controller and launch titles, and today some video footage is available (below) of the wand being used for Resident Evil 5 and LittleBigPlanet.

The captions for each video are below, roughly translated as follows:

Over at the Tokyo Game Show, the presenters showed off Resident Evil 5 with the new motion sensing controller coming up for the PS3 - the 'wand'.

Fresh from the Tokyo Game Show, a video of LittleBigPlanet working with the upcoming PS3 wand has been show off.

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#12 - kakarotoks - 266w ago
The controller already has a few buttons, they showed what they showed only because they don't want to give out the design, which buttons are available, etc... but in theory, you could do a lot of things with the controller itself... also, they said they'd like people to be able to play games with one controller, but having two is better.. i think you could play LBP with two motion controllers instead of a dual shock + MC... I'm not really sure though...

but either way, the worst case I think is that you'd use the dualshock for the left analog stick, and the motion controller for the right side (face buttons, and motion for replacing the right stick), so you won't need to hold the dualshock with two hands anyway.. but yeah, that would still suck..

@agoudeau, it's not a ripoff of the wii, go have a look at the first eyepet stuff, Sony had this motion controller thing as well as using the camera to detect gestures (what natal does) back in the days of the PS2 before the wii was even invented and before project natal was a thought...
They just took longer than Nintendo to make it into a product, but they took that long because they want to do it right..

also, with project natal, I have no idea on how their camera would detect WHAT exactly you're pointing at and what you're trying to grab and how you'd grab it if you have no controller in your hands... makes no sense!

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#11 - agoudeau - 266w ago
hi i'm really a big fan of the PS3 but i'm sorry i'm really not liking what i see!!!

for me this playstation motion controller is in no way a breakthrough it really does feel like a direct rip off of the wiimote even if it's more accurate.. and holding the dual shock in one hand?! that's stupid! and if they do a nunchuk it will be worse.

for me i'm sorry but natal is way way more innovative and you can still hold a controller with natal! i really do think that sony is totally lost right now not able of defining a precise strategy for the futur, please bring back kutaragi!!!

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#10 - hashheadz - 266w ago
Quote Originally Posted by mihaiolimpiu View Post
YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO HOLD THE DUALSHOCK in ONE HAND and in the othe hold THE WAND?!?!? HOW STUPID IS THAT?!?!?

I would prefer a design more on the dualshock side... LET ME EXPLAIN:

The wand should be like half of the DUALSHOCK including:
1. Analog stick.
2. 2 triggers (R1-2)
3. 4 Buttons (Circle, Square, Triangle and X) - or digital D-PAD if it's held in the left hand (Buttons have different functions depending on the hand it's holding the wand)
4 START - SELECT buttons!

i don't like the grip at moment with just 1 controller..

PS3 News's Avatar
#9 - PS3 News - 266w ago
Quote Originally Posted by mihaiolimpiu View Post
This is what I came up with...

Whenever I see silver it reminds me of that "boomerang" PS3 concept controller... yours looks decent, would like to see it in black though.

mihaiolimpiu's Avatar
#8 - mihaiolimpiu - 266w ago
This is what I came up with...

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