- Today Sony's Senior Social Media Specialist Sid Shuman
has shared a hands-on PlayStation Move preview of Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition for PS3.
To quote: At last week's PlayStation event in NYC, I was pleased to see Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition
make an appearance – complete with the new PlayStation Move control scheme.
I grabbed a PlayStation Move and a Navigation Controller and dove into a combat sequence several chapters into the game. Several details quickly became apparent:
Aiming is much, much easier. I was able to pop headshots, even at long ranges, with impressive accuracy using the PlayStation Move's reticule aiming. You move your character with an analog stick (via the Navigation Controller or a DualShock 3), then squeeze the trigger on the PlayStation Move to draw your weapon. Once your shot is lined up, you press the Move button with your thumb to fire the shot. Easy!
From what I played, the new PlayStation Move aiming controls will be a big help to players who had difficulty adjusting to Resident Evil 5's default analog stick control scheme.
Knifing is easier, too. In the original version of Resident Evil 5, swinging your knife was...