Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

 

Videos: TV Superstars for PlayStation 3: Behind The Scenes

50°
205w ago - SCEE Senior Producer Mark Green has shared some videos today spotlighting TV Superstars for PlayStation 3: Behind The Scenes.

To quote: Behind the facade of celebrity is where the real work begins: TV Superstars was created specifically for the new Move controllers and the PlayStation Eye.

In these 'Making of TV Superstars' videos you can go behind the scenes with the development team to see just how they made the game.

In the first video the team talk about the design considerations behind making a Move game; what worked well and what was changed.

In the second video, the team discuss their inspiration for the game and the mechanics of how you can become the ultimate TV Superstar, and in the third and final video, the developers talk about the way in which the game captures your facial likeness and shout-out and presents you as an avatar in game.












 

Video: More Footage From Behind The Scenes of Invizimals PSP

50°
208w ago - SCEE European Product Manager Phil Lynch has shared some more behind the scenes footage today of Invizimals for PSP.

To quote: Earlier in the week we had a video of Brian Blessed and Sebastian Campbell taking a break from filming the story sequences for Invizimals: Shadow Zone to talk about their roles.

Today we have the second video in this short series, featuring Matt McCooey, who plays Kenichi Nakamura in the game, and Suanne Braun, who plays Professor Michaels.

Invizimals: Shadow Zone will be released on PSP across Europe from 10 November.

Those interested can check out the video below!




 

Video: Behind The Scenes of Invizimals PSP with Brian Blessed

50°
208w ago - SCEE UK Software Product Manager Phil Lynch has shared a behind the scenes video peek today at Invizimals for PSP with Brian Blessed.

To quote: A couple of weeks ago we saw what happens when you use a giant trap with Invizimals, the critter-catching augmented reality game on PSP.

Now it's time to go behind the scenes of its sequel, Invizimals: Shadow Zone, with [Register or Login to view links], who plays Doc.Dawson in the game, and Dougles Reith, who plays Sebastian Campbell.

We'll have another behind the scenes video later in the week. In the meantime, feel free to yell "Gordon's Alive?!" in the comments.




 

Video: DC Universe Online Cinematic Behind The Scenes Trailer

50°
211w ago - European Product Manager Elliott Linger has shared a DC Universe Online intro cinematic behind the scenes trailer today, as follows:

I guess a fair few of you will have seen the awesome Intro Cinematic trailer for DC Universe Online.

Well, for those of you that have, check out this behind the scenes trailer to see how this six minute epic masterpiece was put together (it also highlights some of the easter eggs you may have missed on first viewing!)

For those of you that haven't seen the Intro Cinematic yet, you can see it in all it's glory underneath..








DC Universe Online is coming to PS3 and PC in early 2011. Enjoy!
 

Sony Goes Behind the Scenes with SingStar Dance for PS3

50°
217w ago - Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Limited Content Producer Katy Macdonald has gone behind the scenes today with SingStar Dance for PS3.

To quote: In a studio in South London, professional dancers, choreographers, principal designers, members of the SingStar team and myself gathered for something pretty special.

This was the shoot for the upcoming SingStar Dance game, due for release later this year. The team were recording footage of the dancers that will be presented in-game for users to follow when playing.

Fully rehearsed and in costume, the dancers were ready to begin.

For me, watching anyone perform a well thought out dance routine is pretty impressive, and two people simultaneously performing a very long and difficult routine in perfect time is something that takes a lot of effort, practice and skill.

I spoke to choreographer Shaun Niles about how he creates a dance routine for SingStar Dance.

"It's very hard! I have to pretend to hold the PlayStation Move motion controller myself when I work out routines to see what can be done with it. Some movements can be quite difficult, such as a flick of the wrist, and can feel a bit weird with the controller in your hand at first. Its hard work but I have choreographed a few routines for...
 
Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links
Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links






Advertising - Affiliates - Contact Us - PS3 Downloads - Privacy Statement - Site Rules - Top - © 2014 PlayStation 3 News

Sponsored Links