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New PlayStation Move Heroes Screenshots Bash, Boom and Zap In

Posted by James Newton

Lots of explosions

A PlayStation platform fan's dream-come-true, PlayStation Move Heroes takes Ratchet, Clank, Jak, Daxter, Sly and Bentley and puts them all in one Move-enabled platforming package. If you want to see new screenshots of the game, you've come to the right place.

Sony's North American arm just flung these screenshots our way, showing off Move-controlled blasting, bashing and bowling, but we're most looking forward to getting our hands on what looks like a laser whip. If that weapon is a whip controlled by Move, it will defy Sony's early statement that whips couldn't be done on Move, so we'll watch this title's continued development with great interest.

The seven new shots are in our PlayStation Move Heroes screenshots gallery.

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User Comments (4)



Popyman said:

That is amazing!! I haven't heard of this at all!

I hope it's good since it doesn't look like any of the developers of the game series are working on it...



MadchesterManc said:

This looks good! ive heard it mentioned before, so its good to see it lol i wonder how its gonnna play? hope it deosnt end up like some party style move game :/



Slapshot said:

Game play is 4 player co-op, both offline and online drop in/out available. It can be played in single player with AI bots, but it's clearly developed for multiple players playing together.

It plays very much like the Ratchet and Clank games, with new twist and additions with Move and multi-player support. Looks to be tons of fun, and I'm looking forward to it!



rjejr said:

I liked it better when it was called "Heroes on the Move" and still hope it goes back to that before launch.

The time period these 3 games originated - I think they were all within a 2 month span - is 1 of my fondest video game memories. One of my favorite all time weapons is the glowing red whip which I think originated in the 2nd R&C. If they could activate it with the Move, total Awesome. (I don't see why they couldn't "Activate it" with a wrist snap - a la Wii controls - though actually controlling it like a rodeo cowboy with a lasso I imagine would be a problem.) The whip control should get it's very own Kevin Butler commercial. ka-tsh!

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