117w ago - Sony VP of Product Marketing Scott Steinberg has detailed PlayStation Move's Fall lineup today, which includes InFamous 2 and InFamous: Festival of Blood among the game titles.
To quote: This fall, PlayStation Move is set to deliver a new batch of compelling experiences that get you on your feet and put you directly in the game.
As we mentioned to you previously, the number of PlayStation Move games released or in development have surpassed 80 titles and continues to grow. When coupled with 3D, PlayStation Move continues to set new benchmarks in immersive gameplay experiences.
Already you've seen AAA titles such as Resistance 3 incorporate PlayStation Move compatibility and you can expect more to come soon, including downloadable expansion packs for LittleBigPlanet 2 and inFAMOUS 2.
Today, LittleBigPlanet 2 Move Pack: Rise of the Cakeling kicks things off with five giant story levels and seven side levels, making it LittleBigPlanet's biggest Downloadable Content Pack to date. In October, we'll really get things moving with the launch of Everybody Dance, the high-energy game that lets you and your friends dance to 40 chart-topping party hits.
Also launching on the 25th is the inFAMOUS: Festival of Blood game, the single-player game that lets you experience...
117w ago - Sony Marketing Manager Mark Valledor has just announced that the LittleBigPlanet 2 PlayStation Move Pack hits PSN today and has shared some videos below.
To quote: The LittleBigPlanet 2 Move Pack will be available later today on the PlayStation Store refresh.
The epic downloadable pack includes tons of new gadgets and tools, giving you the power to CREATE games for your PlayStation Move motion controller, which eventually means that tons of user-generated PlayStation Move-enabled games will be available to everyone for free via PSN.
But most importantly, the Move Pack contains an epic new storyline titled "Rise of the Cakeling!" See what's in store in our new Story trailer below.
The LittleBigPlanet 2: Rise of the Cakeling Move Pack (add-on) will be available for $9.99 in the US. Note that you must have LittleBigPlanet 2 in order to play it.
With LittleBigPlanet making its way to the PS Vita, we have lots to more features to share. Stay tuned as we highlight different features over the next few months. For now, check out this online interview with one of the members of Tarsier...
118w ago - SCEA Marketing Manager Mark Valledor has revealed today alongside some fresh video footage that LittleBigPlanet 2 for PS3 is now $39.99 and that PlayStation Move support is now enabled!
To quote: Forgive us for sounding like a late-night infomercial, but... now for an amazing low price of $39.99, you can own LittleBigPlanet 2, and experience a whole new world that millions of people love, plus discover over 5.2 million user-generated games!
All with Sackboy at your side! If you haven't picked up LBP2... what are you waiting for!
LittleBigPlanet 2: Now Move-enabled
Earlier this week, many of you downloaded the latest free update for LBP2, but did you know you can NOW control your Sackboy with a Move controller in one hand and a Navigation controller in another? Check out the video below to see another fun way to play LBP2.
And while you get comfy with the all new Move controls, be on the lookout for the upcoming LittleBigPlanet 2 Move Pack, available on the PlayStation Store on September 13th - not long!
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119w ago - Today Sony Senior Social Media Specialist Sid Shuman has shared details on the upcoming PS3 title Combat Wings- complete with PlayStation Move support below!
To quote: Combat Wings: The Great Battles of WWII lands on PS3 this November with aerial combat campaigns set amidst the bloodiest air battles of World War II.
Not long ago, I tried out a pre-release version of the game under the watchful eye of Creative Director Jakub Majewski, focusing on the game's use of the PlayStation Move motion controller.
Before I grabbed the stick for a test flight, I was curious what made Majewski want to support PlayStation Move in the first place – WWII air combat isn't exactly a genre that leaps into my mind when I ponder the potential of motion-controlled gaming.
"Move makes this game better," Majewski said with conviction. "It's a much more natural form of steering than using an analog stick and it makes a huge difference to the gameplay.
Playing a flying game with a controller can be clunky; you have to make a lot of fine movements in order to change direction and aim. PlayStation Move is great - you just point where you want to go." Based on just 30 minutes of play time, I'd have to agree.
120w ago - Boolat Games CEO Alexander Chigorin has confirmed today that 4 Elements HD will be hitting PSN Tuesday complete with PlayStation Move support and has shared a video trailer below.
To quote: I'm happy to share that Boolat Games has partnered with Playrix Entertainment to bring 4 Elements HD - packed with of PS3-exclusive content - to the PlayStation Store on August 30th.
Exciting news! The story takes place in a vast and ancient kingdom where evil forces have corrupted the balance between the four elements causing the altar of life to run dry. You have to unlock four ancient books of magic, collect 16 mysterious cards and restore this kingdom to life.
Here are few things you'll appreciate about 4 Elements HD. Imagine the addictive Matching gameplay where you freely draw the chains of same-colored pieces instead of just moving one piece next to another.
It feels and plays like an arcade game and it works great on PS3! We've added explosive bonuses, spectacular visual effects in full HD resolution, and intuitive controls using DualShock 3 or PlayStation Move.
Probably some of you saw or even tried the original game, but 4 Elements HD is...