169w ago - SCEA Product Marketing Manager Jefferson Dong has posted up a new video today introducing Tumble for PS3 on PlayStation Move.
To quote: If you're getting yourself a PlayStation Move this week and you want a challenging game that shows off how awesome your new motion controller is, we recommend you look out for Tumble.
In Tumble, you use the motion controller to stack up and knock down blocks. There are over 50 challenges to tackle across single and multiplayer modes.
Balance, Solve and Destroy with blocks of all different shapes, sizes, weights and dimensions and reach into the screen like never before.
We're already starting to get great reviews, and you can try it for yourself by playing the Trial version on your PlayStation Move Demo Disc (which can be found in PlayStation Move peripheral bundles) or downloading it from PlayStation Store.
We'd now like to take you behind the scenes to learn some of the secrets from the development team, Supermassive Games.
The PS Move Is Too Precise?
We think Tumble has the most precise control system ever developed for a game: Every action you make with your motion controller is replicated on-screen perfectly.
173w 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!
173w ago - As the launch draws closer more PlayStation Move footage makes its way to the Internet, with todays videos focusing on Tumble, Start The Party, The Shoot and Kung Fu Rider with Sony's PS3 Motion Controller.
The videos come courtesy of ABandOfNinjas via YouTube, and the captions read as follows, to quote:
"A Band Of Ninjas received Playstation Move Controllers and we want to show off this new technology. We are long time gamers and love to see the technology improve to immerse and entertain.
This video demonstrates the move controllers and two demos; Tumble and Start The Party.
Continuing our coverage of the Playstation Move controllers and demos. This episode focuses on The Shoot and Kung Fu Rider."