104w ago - Sony Senior Social Media Specialist Sid Shuman has posted up a hands-on video today showcasing Sorcery for PlayStation Move, which is slated to arrive on PS3 in Spring 2012.
To quote: One of the more memorable action games I've played this year is a game uses the PlayStation Move motion controller to paint a symphony of destruction.
Last seen at the E3 2010 PlayStation press conference, Sorcery captured the imaginations of PS3 owners while remaining tantalizingly out of reach. At last week's PlayStation media showcase in New York City, I was finally allowed to go hands-on with Sorcery and speak with its design director, Brian Upton, who stated that the game is on-track to release this spring.
Sorcery is running on a heavily modified version of the Unreal engine, and the art direction has progressed by leaps and bounds since its last showing.
The game now skews a bit older, with nastier monster designs and edgier spellcasting combat. Watch the video, read our full Q&A, then let us know what you think of Sorcery in the comments!
PlayStation.Blog: I'll cut to the chase: Why have we had to wait so long to see Sorcery again?
108w ago - Community Specialist Mark Wilson at San Diego Studios has shared some video footage today on mastering Medieval Moves in Deadmund's Quest on PS3 with PlayStation Move below.
To quote: With Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest launching tomorrow for PlayStation Move, Senior Producer Jeremy Ray highlights the game's weapon arsenal in a new dev diary.
The game team worked hard to build a game where the combat feels as intuitive as possible. Holding a PlayStation Move motion controller in front of you as a shield or swinging your sword feels natural for a player of almost any age, and the one-to-one precision goes a long way to keep you immersed in the experience.
That's paired with seamless, almost unnoticeable transition between your weapons: with the sword and shield at the ready in your hands, you can reach over your shoulder for your bow and arrow or grab those throwing stars from your belt.
The result is a game that rewards all ages and levels of gaming skill without the need for a ton of abstract button presses.
Whether it's the fun single-player campaign or online co-op battles, we hope you will have as much fun playing it as we did making it!
109w ago - PlayStation 3 Associate Marketing Manager Ami Sheth has announced today news of two new PS Move bundles, namely Sports Champions and Medieval Moves slated for release next week.
To quote: Just in time for the holidays, we're introducing a brand new PlayStation Move bundle that includes two of our favorite Move games, Sports Champions and Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest.
Coming to retailers nationwide next week, this bundle contains everything you need for a fun game night with friends and family including a PlayStation Move motion controller, PlayStation Eye camera and a copy of the greatest-selling PlayStation Move title Sports Champions and Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest for $99.99 (MSRP).
Medieval Moves is a new playful action-adventure game designed specifically for PlayStation Move. Help Prince Edmund protect his kingdom against the evil sorcerer Morgrimm and his army of skeletons.
Use your PS Move motion controller to sword fight, shoot arrows, and fling throwing stars in your epic battles. And for you 3D fans out there, this game offers full stereoscopic 3D support, so make sure you have your 3D glasses close at hand.
109w ago - San Diego Studios Community Specialist Mark Wilson has shared some details today on Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest for the PlayStation 3 entertainment system below.
To quote: I recently sat in for the first time with the game team on Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest while they were putting the finishing touches on the game, coming Tuesday, November 15th. Not to my surprise, the game not only met my expectations but far surpassed them.
The first comment I will make to anyone who asks me to best describe Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest will simply be "try it." I know that statement won't win any literary awards for video game commentary, but it is my honest answer. Those that have tried Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest agree that the gameplay speaks volumes.
In one scenario, a hoard of skeletons charged straight at me. I knew I was in trouble... out-numbered, and more than a little frightened. Then I thought of my supply of dynamite. Instead of having to recall the button presses needed to access and launch my stick of dynamite, I simply held the PlayStation Move motion controller in front of me, shielding its light from the camera in order to keep the fuse lit.
At just the right time I chucked that bad boy into the hoard and actually snickered at the thought of my devious...
111w ago - On this Halloween day Sucker Punch Productions Game Director Nate Fox has shared a video demonstrating InFamous: Festival of Blood with the PlayStation Move motion controller.
To quote: The response so far to inFAMOUS: Festival of Blood has been amazing, and we're thrilled people are enjoying Cole's new horror-themed adventure.
Just to add some digital chocolate to your Halloween haul we're putting up an insider movie to show off the coolest powers and enemies you'll go up against in inFAMOUS: Festival of Blood.
On top of that PlayStation Move is now part of the inFAMOUS world. You can play inFAMOUS: Festival of Blood with PS Move...and coming soon you will be able to play inFAMOUS 2 with Move as well via a free update. So check out the video and have a freaktastic Happy Halloween.