130w ago - Today PS3 Marketing Manager Kim Nguyen has announced that Popular Science has deemed and awarded PlayStation Move as the best of what's new in 2010!
To quote: By now, many of you have thrown a punch in The Fight: Lights Out, returned a serve in Sports Champions' table tennis, or scored a headshot in MAG.
After spending some time with PlayStation Move themselves, some of the industry's top critics have seen first-hand the power and precision of the PlayStation Move platform.
As a result, Move has been recognized with one of the industry's most coveted awards. We're very excited to share with you that Popular Science has awarded PlayStation Move with their 2010 Best of What's New award in the home entertainment category, an accolade we're extremely proud of.
The editors of Popular Science selected Move as the only video game technology worthy of the honor this year, calling it the "most immersive gaming controller" on the market and "the first motion-capture game system accurate enough to attract the hardcore gamers who consider the Wii and Microsoft Kinect to be kids' stuff".
130w ago - Today Ro Hernandez of the PlayStation Store Team has unveiled details on their PlayStation Network 'Stock Up for Winter' sale to help gamers get prepped for the holidays.
To quote: With Thanksgiving and the winter break quickly approaching, it's time to escape the cold and curl up with some of your favorite PSN titles.
The PlayStation Network team is celebrating the holiday season with some great deals on PS3, PSP, and minis titles.
But you'll need to act quickly, as the PlayStation Network "Stock Up for Winter Sale" is only available for one week - November 23-29!
Headlining the Thanksgiving sale is highly acclaimed PlayStation exclusives, Joe Danger and Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker. Joe Danger, developed by the four-man studio Hello Games, released earlier this summer and is what IGN calls "one of the most polished, full-featured, and downright fun games available on the PS3."
Peace Walker brought the award-winning Kojima series to the PSP and had Joystiq calling it the "best game on Sony's handheld." These two games are only the start of the Thanksgiving sale, so be sure to check the other PS3, PSP, and minis titles while they're on sale beginning tomorrow!
130w 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?
130w ago - Today Sony PlayStation Community Member Envisager has visited the SingStar HQ and posted up a video of the experience for fans.
To quote: I'm Envisager (or Vissy as some like to call me!) one of the MVPs from the Official PlayStation Forums, some of you might already know me from events I host for the community!
Follow me on twitter (@Envisager_) to hear more about those!
A few weeks ago, I was invited to London Studios to see first hand how the new SingStar titles, SingStar Dance and SingStar Guitar, were shaping up, and chat with some of the awesome team who bring us the ultimate party game!
During my time at London Studios on the wet and soggy Thursday afternoon, I was given the opportunity to chat and pose questions to Mike Rouse, Senior Producer of SingStar and was shown how the new versions of the game functioned by Charlie Hasdell, Principal Designer of SingStar.
This was before being given the chance to prove my worth against Charlie and some of the developers of the game!
Of course, this was all captured on video for your enjoyment, and my embarrassment
What can I say about the new versions of the game? Well I have been a fan of SingStar...
130w ago - Sony Associate Editor Nathan Ditum has shared a preview of FirstPlay Episode 34 today, which arrives on PSN this Wednesday.
To quote: We're teaming up with Immersive Games to give you the mini Beam'em Up for free!
It comes gratis with episode 34 of FirstPlay, which hits the PlayStation Store this Wednesday. You can pick up the episode for 99p, or enjoy a 90-day subscription for £8.99, and make sure you never miss out!
As well as a free mini, we've also got reviews of incredible new racer Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit, along with our verdicts on PlayStation Move titles TV Superstars, The Fight: Lights Out, Time Crisis: Razing Storm, and The Shoot.
In the Network Highlights section this week, we've got a personal take on the pleasures and pitfalls of scoring games, and a review of FIFA 11's online offering.
We're also putting another trio of minis through their downloadable paces, and watching Nicholas Cage lose the plot in Bad Lieutenant, as part of our Video Store round-up.
We've also got screenshots from the shooter nipping at COD's heels in our Homefront gallery, as well as the latest from Dungeon Siege 3, Operation Flashpoint: Red River,...