126w ago - SCEA Assistant Producer Dais Kawaguchi has shared some holiday Beat Sketcher user videos today alongside news of an updated demo on PSN.
To quote: It's been a few weeks since Beat Sketcher for PlayStation Move released onto PSN in the U.S. and we've been checking out all the great Beat Sketcher videos that fans are posting onto YouTube every day!
We're having so much fun and we'd like to thank you all for sharing your videos. This week we'd like to introduce few videos that caught the attention of the team.
Yasuhiro Kawagoe - Sound Director *noisycroak Co., Ltd.
"I liked the uniqueness of drawing traditional Japanese"ORIGAMI" using Japanese sounds. Also, I was surprised by the idea of having the background pattern come up using the eraser at the end of the video!"
Hiroshi Shiina - Producer
"The Artist quickly learned how to use the tools and I love the artwork! Also, I liked how he drew without having any hesitation. It seemed so natural. If anyone is having difficulty drawing on the edge of the screen, try moving your body to the left and right or stepping closer...
131w ago - SCEA Producer George Weising has announced today that Beat Sketcher for PlayStation Move will be hitting PSN tomorrow.
To quote: Last week we brought you the 2nd installment JAPAN Studio's upcoming title Beat Sketcher, a PlayStation Move exclusive title that will be available for purchase in the PlayStation Store tomorrow, November 23rd.
Kenei Hayama - Art Director: "I just enjoyed drawing. My goal was not to draw a tune but to draw what I wanted to draw with freedom, as I drew, the music emerged naturally."
Don't forget to post links to your best YouTube Beat Sketcher videos!
We'd love to see what all of you create! Also, as we mentioned in our previous blogs, the team will answer some of your questions in an upcoming post so don't forget to to include them in the comments below.
Be sure to download Beat Sketcher for PSN available TOMORROW!
Lastly, let's finish up our interview with the Beat Sketcher development team.
Q: What is the most exciting aspect of using PlayStation Move in Beat Sketcher?
131w ago - SCEA Producer George Weising has shared a new video today spotlighting Beat Sketcher on PSN for PlayStation Move along with a Q&A session, as follows:
Last week we introduced you to Japan Studio's upcoming PSN title Beat Sketcher, a PlayStation Move motion controller exclusive title that will be available for purchase in the PlayStation Store on November 23rd.
This week we'd like to introduce Sound Director and Composer Mr. Yasuhiro Kawagoe - and show you a new video that he created using Beat Sketcher.
Yasuhiro Kawagoe - Sound Director * noisycroak Co., Ltd. Learned Jazz theory and Drum performance in a musical academy. Since graduation, he has been worked as a performer and composer.
Now he mainly works on game music and sound, such as the What Did I Do To Deserve This, My Lord!? and No Heroes Allowed! (as musical performer), Patchwork Heroes (as sound director), and echochrome (sound effect manipulation).
This week, the Beat Sketcher team shares some of their thoughts behind the creation of Beat Sketcher. If there are any questions that you would like us to ask the team, leave a comment and we'll try our best to include them in the next blog post!
132w ago - SCEA Producer George Weising has shared a video today while announcing that Beat Sketcher is coming soon to PSN for PlayStation Move.
To quote: The purpose of this is to introduce you all to Japan Studio's upcoming title Beat Sketcher, a Move exclusive title that will be available for purchase in the PlayStation Store just in time for Thanksgiving.
So, what is Beat Sketcher? It is actually hard to call this a game, as it is more of an artistic experience that allows you to become very creative using the PlayStation Move as your virtual drawing tool or paint brush.
Beat Sketcher lets you create your own masterpiece no matter what your skill level is. You can learn to draw by copying brush strokes in something called Challenge Mode or grab some friends and work together to create something magical (either cooperatively or competitively if you so choose).
My favorite part is the Creation Mode, where you start with a blank canvas, so-to-speak, and unleash my imagination! If you create something you're proud of, you can even upload it to YouTube for all your friends to see.
The basic team that created Beat Sketcher is a collaboration between JAPAN Studio, WILL Co., Ltd. (echochrome) and noisycroak Co.,Ltd. (echochrome,...