176w ago - For those who'd like to see how the development of Sony's PlayStation Move PS3 motion controller has progressed since E3 2010, today DualShockers (linked above) have shared a fresh tech demo from SCEA's recent NYC media event.
To quote: "Yesterday we were fortunate enough to hang out with our buddy Anton Mikailov from SCEA at Sony's Holiday media preview event in NYC.
We caught up with Anton and the PS Move a while back, and although he had some cool stuff to show us last time around, this time I was absolutely floored.
Anton showcased some never before seen PS Move tech demos; the same demos that are being shown to 3rd party developers and publishers in order to showcase what the PS Move is all about.
The first demo in the clip, is one you may have seen but just wait until you see the "chameleon" and "Rts" demos. Just think about all of the potential. Amazing is the only way to describe it."
Those interested can check out the PlayStation Move PS3 Tech Demo from SCEA's NYC Event below!
178w ago - Earlier this weekend we saw a PlayStation Move preview from the Qore July 2010 Episode, and today CVG (linked above) has shared another PS3 hands-on PS Move video courtesy of Gamestrust via YouTube.
The video is approximately 14 minutes in length, and includes hands-on PS3 gameplay with the PlayStation Move motion controller showcasing footage from The Shoot, Sports Champions, Move Party and KungFu Rider.
To quote: "It shows off footage from The Shoot, Sports Champions (table tennis and Frisbee throwing) and our favourite, KungFu Rider, in which you roll around a city in Japan on an office chair, grinding on poles and kicking suited businessmen in the face.
It looks certain satisfy our lifelong desire to roll around a city in Japan on an office chair, grinding on poles and kicking suited businessmen in the face. All about it."
178w ago - While the release of Sony's PlayStation Move upcoming motion-sensing video game controller for the PS3 is still a few months away, PlayStationInformer (linked above) shared a preview of it in action from the Qore July 2010 episode.
To quote: "With the PlayStation Move hitting stores in just a few months, Veronica got some quality time with its creator Dr. Richard Marks for an in-depth look at how the technology works.
Dr. Marks also shows off some cool tech demos that will further illustrate how this will create new opportunities for innovative game play."
PlayStation Move is currently scheduled to be released on September 15 in Europe, September 19 in North America, and October 21, 2010 in Japan.
Those interested can check out the Qore July 2010 PlayStation Move preview for PS3 courtesy of kqgaming via YouTube below!
182w ago - Just under a month ago the IntensaFire PlayStation 3 Controller Mod by BGRMods was first announced, and today I have reviewed this PS3 DualShock rapid-fire modification below!
First off I would like to thank IntensaFireStore.com for providing this wonderful chip, installation was seamless and simple; if taking your controller apart is impossible for you, don't worry about it.
Instructions are included with this, no worrying about a large PDF on CD or 900 pages of nothing. Most of it is self-explanatory and anyone can figure it out (Maybe not a caveman, however )
Let's get down to business, shall we?
Again, installation is simple. Don't make a thread complaining that you can't get your controller open or you can't figure out how the chip snaps on top of the controller chip.. it's not rocket science ;]
I've demoed this mod on 3 PS3 games (I'm not your cheater here, so I worked with only PlayStation 3 demos). After I played the Battlefield 1943 demo, which had a trial period of 30 minutes, I haven't used it since.
It was rather amazing to be able to adjust the fire rate in-game as well, allowing me...
184w ago - Virtual Air Guitar Company's CEO Teemu Maki-Patola has revealed today on the PlayStation Blog that Kung-Fu Live is coming to the PSN Store later this year and will utilize technology specially developed for PlayStation Eye to create an experience like never before.
To quote: As some of you may have heard, we announced Kung-Fu Live with a playable sneak preview last week in New York. The reception from journalists, as well as gamers, has totally overwhelmed us!
We also found ourselves in the middle of the rising motion gaming discussion as many of the stories call out that our game already does what Natal is trying for: Kung-Fu Live uses full-body skeleton tracking to track the player's moves in real-time.
Thus, people have been saying that our game and tech using the PlayStation Eye is stealing the thunder from Natal. LOL!
With our Freemotion technology and the awesome quality of the PlayStation Eye camera, full-body motion gaming is already here. Kung-Fu Live also scans you inside the game world where you literally become the hero of the game.
There you are boosted with super human abilities, such as being able to jump flips without actually making flips, do high jump kicks, shoot lightning from your hands,...