136w ago - Head of Production Ben Creasey has posted up this weeks VidZone PS3 updates and music videos today, as follows:
With a PlayStation 3 shaped catapult. Tossing audio visual hoops of musical joy onto your retinas. Hooking your duck shaped attention with our music video pole. Spreading musical jam onto your toast shaped soul with our PlayStation shaped knife... You get the idea.
This week we have a plethora of features, exclusives and channels for your optical and aural consumption including all this year's MOBO nominees, an overwhelmingly brilliant exclusive interview with K'Naan as well as a shed load more that you will find out all about if you just continue reading.
Hot New Videos You know the drill... I'm not explaining again... Hot new videos featuring brand new videos from Enrique Iglesias - 'Heartbeat', Shakira - 'Loca' (Featuring Dizzee Rascal) and Ne-Yo - 'One In A Million'.
Chiddy Bang & Friends TV
Bullet for my Valentine & Friends TV
Kings of Leon & Friends TV
Official PlayStation Magazine
A regular and well loved slot now here at VidZone: crazily varied, hand-picked videos by the guys at OPM.
144w ago - As a follow-up to their previous PlayStation Move video, today Mucu from GamesOnSmash.com (linked above) shared two more, spotlighting Sony's PS3 Motion Controller working with music along with showcasing the Tumble PS3 demo.
Although it does work, based on his experience with fast-forwarding music via PlayStation Move he recommends doing it the normal way instead.
To quote: "In this video I am showing Tumble, which I actually think is the most impressive demo on the Move demo disc.
It's basically a virtual version of Jenga, but it has plenty more to do. Watch the video and get excited because this could be a hit for the Move when it releases."
Those interested can check out the PlayStation Move videos below!
204w ago - Today Namco Bandai Games Producer Kazuhito Udetsu has shared a few videos of the music from Katamari Forever for PS3.
To quote: I'm here today to give you a peek into the music of Katamari Forever. As always, Yuu Miyake was in charge of sound direction and he did a wonderful job.
Katamari Forever's soundtrack consists of remixes of past Katamari songs. Let me briefly talk about why this is. Since the first game, Katamari Damacy, was originally only released in Japan, we wanted Japanese singers who were well-known in Japan but nobody had heard from in awhile for whatever reason.
For the second game we wanted to do the same thing but with foreign artists. However, this didn't happen because of our lack of foreign friends and ability to negotiate.
For this game we thought it would be a good idea to have those tunes remixed or arranged by Japanese and non-Japanese artists as sort of a musical trilogy (Oh, did you notice that Katamari Forever is the third title for a PlayStation console? Not that it really means anything though.).
The most important thing about the remixed music is that it's clearly meant to be for a Katamari game. That includes Katamari-themed...