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,...
132w ago - Sony's Creative Services Director Joby Hirschfeld of Channel Marketing and Events has announced today that beginning tomorrow the PlayStation Lounge will officially open in Manhattan and guarantees access to the PlayStation Move motion controller in addition to the latest PS3 and PSP software line-up.
To quote: I'm stopping by today to pull back the curtain on a new project that we've been hard at work on for consumers in the New York area.
Opening tomorrow afternoon at 550 Madison in New York City's Manhattan is the brand new PlayStation Lounge, the only place where you're guaranteed to get your hands on the all new PlayStation Move motion controller, in addition to PS3's, PSP's and the incredible line-up of software that accompanies them.
This site holds significance for our brand as it is not only the location of our New York SonyStyle Store, but also home to Sony headquarters in New York City.
The PlayStation Lounge, located in the lower level of the building, was designed from the ground up to provide you with a one-stop-shop for all your PlayStation needs. It's the must-hit destination if you're still trying to get your hands on PlayStation Move or searching for the latest PlayStation first and third-party games.
132w ago - Sony Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein has shared a video today spotlighting Machete in The Fight: Lights Out for PlayStation Move on PS3.
To quote: When we got our first beta build of The Fight: Lights Out, we were ecstatic to find that Danny Trejo was in it, starring as your trainer, Duke.
You may not know the name, but you've probably seen this bad-ass in movies like Con Air, Machete, and From Dusk Til Dawn (where, as a vampire bartender, he was awesomely impaled with a cue stick).
So when we met him recently, it was a treat to find out that he's not just some paid celebrity shill; he could pick up a pair of PlayStation Move controllers and wipe the floor with dudes in The Fight: Lights Out.
And as a guy with some boxing experience - in prison no less - Danny had some fight tips to share with us. The Fight: Lights Out is available tomorrow, exclusively for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Move.
If you're a fan of Mr. Trejo, stay tuned to our Twitter feed. Danny signed some posters for you PlayStation fans, and we'll be giving them out soon.
133w ago - Sony's Senior Social Media Specialist Rey Gutierrez has made available a video spotlighting The Fight: Lights Out for PlayStation Move on PS3 today.
To quote: On November 9th you will finally have your opportunity to infiltrate the dark under belly of the city streets and fight your way through merciless opponents that will stop at nothing to keep you from being the top bare-knuckle boxer in The Fight: Lights Out.
Only with the power and precision of the PlayStation Move can you truly unleash uppercuts, elbows and even vicious dirty moves like the Bullcharge, Double Hammer and Elbow Hook with true 1:1 game play.
But don't take my word for it, PlayStation's own Executive Producer, Kyle Shubel gives us a quick jab to the gut when he reveals what you'll expect the moment you first plunge into The Fight: Lights Out in the video below.
Keep an eye out for Danny Trejo. He's Duke, your trainer in The Fight: Lights out. Jeff interviews him, and it's pretty great -- stay tuned for that video next week.