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October2017

  • News Sony's Tweaking the PlayStation Move Motion Controller, Too

    Wand-erful

    In addition to tweaking the PlayStation VR headset, Sony’s also announced a host of revisions for the PlayStation Move motion controllers. While this information comes courtesy of the Japanese PlayStation Blog, it looks like the main tweaks include a transition to Micro USB for charging (the same connection as the DualShock 4 uses) and...

September2016

  • News PlayStation Move Is About to Make a Big Comeback

    And not just in Pog form

    Who would have thought, when the Kinect was tearing up the charts and the PlayStation Move seemed like a lousy waggle copy-cat, that it'd be Sony's motion controller that would have a longer lifespan? Only today, this author played a handful of titles for preview with the illuminating wand – it's definitely on the cusp...

July2016

  • News Sony Changes Stance on PlayStation VR Controller Support

    Move aside

    Sony's still very much prone to bloopers as well, as it mucked up its messaging on PlayStation VR controller support this week. Those of you with sharp memories may recall the statement that it sent to Eurogamer.net, stressing that all virtual reality games will support the DualShock 4. Apparently that's not quite the case – it

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    Review Octodad: Dadliest Catch

    Nobody suspects a thing

    Loving father. Caring husband. Secret octopus. That’s the tagline to Octodad: Dadliest Catch, the sequel to Young Horses’ surprise 2010 splash hit Octodad. And it sums up the game quite succinctly. You take control of an undercover cephalopod living in the human world. You have to make sure that your family and those...

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December2013

  • News Until Dawn Staying Zipped Up Until the New Year

    Keeping the chill out

    Supermassive Games’ frustratingly frigid PlayStation 3 exclusive Until Dawn is set to keep covered up until the New Year, studio gaffer Pete Samuels has announced. There were rumours – yet again – earlier this week that the PlayStation Move powered title had been cancelled, but apparently that’s absolutely not the case...

  • Rumour Sony Working on Touch Powered PS Move for PS4?

    Move it, move it

    Sony has recently patented a new controller design, hinting at some form of revamped motion device for the PlayStation 4. Similar in form to the PlayStation Move controller on the PlayStation 3, this fresh peripheral includes all of the same core functionality as its current generation counterpart. However, there is one area...

November2013

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    Review Skydive: Proximity Flight

    Don't try this at home

    What happened to extreme sports games? They were more popular than Mountain Dew towards the end of the PSone era, but the genre seemed to fizzle out faster than a ska band’s fanbase. Overexposure certainly contributed to Kelly Slater and crew’s sudden crash in popularity, but with only a half-hearted Tony Hawk to compete...

  • Video Giggle Through Eight Minutes of Octodad: Dadliest Catch on PS4

    Reely silly

    How can you not love this? There’s a reason that Octodad: Dadliest Catch charted right near the top of our PlayStation 4 wishlist, and it’s replicated in the hilarious video embedded below. Our friends over at Family Gamer TV managed to capture eight minutes of the upcoming next generation title in action at the Eurogamer Expo, and...

September2013

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    Review Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter HD

    Not-so-clever girl

    Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter HD harkens back to a time when games were simple and focused. Back in the day, the gameplay spoke for itself so there was little need for a narrative, and your overall goal was clear and simple: rescue the princess, shoot the demons, or in this case, hunt the dinosaurs. You play as a nameless hunter,...

  • Video Johann Sebastian Joust Invents New Local Multiplayer Mode for PS3

    Look Ma, no TV

    Family Gamer TV recently took a beta version of Johann Sebastian Joust – the PlayStation Move powered multiplayer game set to release as part of indie compilation SportsFriends later this year – to the Greenbelt Festival in Cheltenham. The intriguing title functions without the use of a television screen, but uses music and...

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  • Feature Crafting the Contrasting Sounds of The Unfinished Swan

    Secret gardens and synths

    The Unfinished Swan is a blank canvas; an engrossing adventure open to interpretation and debate. It’s a title that’s defined by contrasts, be it the bold blobs of colour that paint your progression through the game’s otherwise vacant world, or the juxtaposed personalities of the protagonist and his counterpart, the...

  • News Deadly Premonition 2 Could Take Place in an English Market Town

    Change of scenery

    Chatting to us as part of his world tour, Deadly Premonition: Director's Cut creator Hidetaka 'SWERY' Suehiro has hinted that he is already pondering his next title – but whether it gets made depends on the success of the upcoming re-release. “We are in discussion about moving onto the next project,” he teased. “It all...

  • News Rory McIlroy Swings onto Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14's Box Art

    Hole in one

    Not content with being brightest light on the circuit, landing a lucrative deal with Nike, and pulling women’s tennis pro Caroline Wozniacki, Rory McIlroy can now add appearing on the cover of a video game to his list of achievements. The Northern Irish hot shot will star on the front of the European edition of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14,...

  • News Deadly Premonition's York Was Originally Going to Be a Girl

    Right, Zacherina?

    Since its release in 2010, Deadly Premonition has rightfully earned its title as one of the most absurd, yet insanely gripping open world horror games in history. However, the story of Agent Francis York Morgan could have been very different, as director Hidetaka 'SWERY' Suehiro and producer Tomio Kanazawa explained in a recent...

  • News Sexy Threads Heading to Deadly Premonition: Director's Cut

    Dressed to kill

    The previously announced post-release DLC for Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut will include some saucy new threads for Greenvale's favourite female cop Emily, according to series creator Hidetaka 'SWERY' Suehiro. Speaking as part of an exclusive interview with Push Square, the legendary developer revealed that the outfit was...

  • News Mad Dog McCree Moves onto PlayStation 3 Next Week

    Yeehaw

    Whip out your cowboy hat and spurred boots, because Mad Dog McCree is moseying its way onto the North American PlayStation Network next week. The iffy FMV sharpshooter will join the previously released Fast Draw Showdown on 22nd January, and will boast full PlayStation Move compatibility, in addition to an “all-new scoring system” and...

  • News Who Wants to Peruse Another Bonkers PS Move Patent?

    Urgh

    Sony is more prolific with patents than Mario Balotelli is with controversy. Following last week’s divisive anti-used games registration, the platform holder has now concocted an updated PlayStation Move set-up that uses the current controller’s light-tracking technology in conjunction with sound detection to provide greater “depth”...

  • News LittleBigPlanet 2: Extras Edition Swings onto PlayStation 3

    The one that you want

    If you’re still yet to fully embed yourself in the creative landscape of LittleBigPlanet 2, then Sony has a tantalising proposition for you in the guise of the upcoming Extras Edition. The upgraded retail package will not only come equipped with the original adventure, but will also boast a bevy of burlap bonuses for you to...

  • News Save the World One Song at a Time with Dance Magic

    Bust a groove

    We’ve always fancied ourselves as heroic popstars, but sadly we’ve got two left feet. Still, at least we’ll be able to live out our fantasy from behind the controller in Gaijin Entertainment and Targem Games’ upcoming Dance Magic. The swish PlayStation Network exclusive – due out on 8th January in North America – promises...

December2012

  • Game of the Year Best PlayStation Move Game of 2012

    Motion in the ocean

    With new console launches hogging the headlines harder than Kristen Stewart and Harry Styles, the PlayStation Move was pushed to the sidelines slightly in 2012. But while the motion peripheral may have been left howling for attention louder than a member of The Wanted, it still managed to muster a selection box of software...

  • News Sportsfriends Sprints Past Its Kickstarter Target on Final Day

    Marathon winner

    Die Gute Fabrik’s innovative local multiplayer compendium Sportsfriends has crossed its Kickstarter target, meaning that it will release on PlayStation 3 next fall. With just four hours left to go, the title has earned $155,339 of its $150,000 target. The game will be marketed as part of Sony’s Pub Fund initiative – but the...

  • Feature How a Picnic Shaped the Development of Sports Champions and Its Sequel

    Motion in the ocean

    Despite the device being on the market for over two years now, few developers have managed to get the same precision out of the PlayStation Move as Zindagi Games. The second-party studio – which is based in the heart of sunny California – describes itself as a motion control specialist, having already shipped three top...

  • News Yes, Zindagi Has Considered Making a Standalone Table-Tennis Game

    Ping pong

    As far as we’re concerned, the table-tennis mini-game included as part of the original Sports Champions is the best example of motion control available on any platform. As such, we’ve always longed for a fleshed out version of the PlayStation Move-powered activity with online multiplayer and an in-depth career mode. But could it...

  • News BioShock Infinite's Box Art Looks Really Bland

    Cry for Columbia

    There’s been a lot of talk about bad box art over the past couple of weeks, which makes the arrival of BioShock Infinite’s final cover timely to say the least. The wrapper – which leads prominently with protagonist Booker DeWitt – shows the lead character pouting with a shotgun nestled on his shoulder. There’s also a blimp...

November2012

  • News Sony Patents Bizarre Break Apart DualShock Controller

    Shake it all about

    Sony has patented a product called the Hybrid Separable Motion Controller. While it may sound like a fancy gizmo, it actually amounts to little more than a DualShock 3 controller that snaps in half. Oh, and it’s got PlayStation Move bobbles bunged on top. The registration – which was filed in May last year and published on...

  • News Until Dawn Is Leveraging the Killzone Engine

    True grit

    Sony’s stunning Killzone franchise has always had a foreboding visual undertone to it, so it’s not particularly surprising to learn that Supermassive Games’ upcoming PlayStation Move exclusive teen horror title Until Dawn is being built on top of the first-person shooter’s incredible technology. Speaking during the latest episode...

  • News PlayStation 3 Surpasses 70 Million Units Shipped Globally

    Celebrate good times

    While we all lament the PlayStation Vita’s current commercial woes, it’s worth remembering that the mighty PlayStation 3 once faced a similar predicament. There was a time when armchair analysts were calling for the console to be scrapped – but over the years, Sony has proved that the knee-jerk reactions were premature...

  • News Johann Sebastian Joust Is Finally Coming to the PS3

    Maybe

    Bizarre PlayStation Move duelling game Johann Sebastian Joust will finally release on the PS3, if it can achieve its reasonable Kickstarter target. The game will launch as part of a compilation named SPORTSFRIENDS, which contains a compendium of indie hits. Developer Die Gute Fabrick is describing the package as the modern day Summer Games...

  • News Portal 2's In Motion DLC Moves onto PS3 Next Week

    Mental muscle

    Portal 2’s hotly anticipated In Motion add-on will finally arrive in North America next week, developer Sixense Studios has announced. The $9.99 expansion will take full advantage of the PlayStation Move motion controller, and will add 20 extra test chambers to the full release. The motion controls will also be extended to the...

  • News Deadly Premonition: Director's Cut Drops in March 2013

    Zach and gimme

    Cult survival horror title Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut will terrify PlayStation 3 in March 2013, publisher Rising Star Games has announced. The conflicted classic previously launched as an Xbox 360 exclusive in the West – despite being available on PS3 in Japan. In order to make up for the delay, The Director’s Cut...

October2012

  • News New Until Dawn Trailer Delivers a Difficult Ultimatum

    Follow the instructions

    Until Dawn is exactly the type of experience that we longed for back when the PlayStation Move was first announced – and so far the teen horror title appears to be living up to our admittedly lofty expectations. This brand new trailer shows some brief glimpses of a rundown cabin, before revealing that your best buddy is...

  • News Okami HD Is Reborn on the PlayStation Network This Week

    Drawn to life

    After what seems like an eternity, Capcom is finally poised to paint Okami HD onto the PlayStation Store. The loving remake will arrive on the North American digital storefront later today, while European players will have to wait until tomorrow. The high-definition makeover recompiles the PS2 classic in 1080p. The re-release also...

  • News Sports Champions 2 Is Serious Business According to This Ad

    Have you got what it takes?

    The Olympics may be over – but there’s an even more exciting sporting event about to take place in your living room. Sony has released the European television spot for Sports Champions 2, and it takes things pretty seriously. We’re not a big fan of obviously silly advertisements like this, but at least it raises a...

  • News New BioShock Infinite Trailer Should Put Your Concerns to Rest

    Jaw dropping

    If BioShock Infinite has had a troubled development, then this trailer sure makes all of the sweat and tears look worthwhile. As promised, developer Irrational Games has released the first footage of the first-person adventure in months – and it looks absolutely incredible. Throughout the 90-second short you’ll glimpse intense...

  • Preview Hitting Some Winners with Sports Champions 2

    Down the line

    The furore surrounding the introduction of new motion peripherals back in 2010 meant that the excellent Sports Champions got lost in the shuffle. Sony pushed the mini-game compilation as the first must-have title for the PlayStation Move, but post-release discussion almost always centred on the title’s technology rather than the...

  • News Need for Speed: Most Wanted Supports the Move Racing Wheel

    Turning a corner

    Need for Speed: Most Wanted developer Criterion loves trying out new technology, so we’re not particularly surprised by the studio's decision to support the PlayStation Move Racing Wheel for its upcoming release. The crazy contraption can be used to control the car (obviously), but it also takes advantage of some of the device's...

  • News Germinator Offers an Infectious Twist on a Puzzle Classic

    Highly contagious

    Creat Studios has promised to contaminate the PlayStation Network with a brand new title. The prolific publisher has announced Germinator, an unhygienic take on the match-three puzzler. Unlike other titles, the digital release sees you slotting together germ types in order to create enormous microbes. Push them too far and...

  • News Delve Behind the Magic of Wonderbook: Book of Spells

    Witchcraft and sorcery

    Having got our hands on Wonderbook: Book of Spells recently, we’re eagerly anticipating the release of the full game. The PlayStation Move-enhanced magic ‘em up takes excellent advantage of Sony’s new book peripheral, pulling you into a fantasy world courtesy of augmented reality technology. It’s designed with children...

  • News PS Move Support Confirmed for Deadly Premonition

    Wand waver

    Back when Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut was very first revealed, director Hidetaka “Swery” Suehiro promised that the PlayStation 3 re-release would feature full PlayStation Move support. However, today’s official announcement failed to mention the motion peripheral, leading us to suspect that the feature had been...

  • News This PlayStation Move Controller Turns Hot and Cold

    In the game

    It looks like Sony’s taken inspiration from Katy Perry for its latest controller patent. The platform holder’s most recent off-the-wall idea proposes a PlayStation Move-esque motion controller that could turn hot or cold depending on gameplay feedback. According to Kotaku, Sony’s got a slew of applications in mind for the p

  • News Sony Signs Up Horror Veterans for Until Dawn

    Alone in the dark

    The script for Sony’s pulpy PlayStation Move exclusive Until Dawn will be penned by indie horror veterans Larry Fessenden (The Last Winter) and Graham Reznick (I Can See You). Speaking during a New York Comic-Con panel overnight, executive producer Pete Samuels noted that the duo will help to give the game “the scares you...

  • News BioShock Infinite Sets Sail Again Next Week

    Columbia beckons

    After a lengthy hiatus, BioShock Infinite is finally ready to step back into the limelight. Publisher 2K Games has casually updated the title’s official Facebook page, teasing the imminent arrival of a brand new trailer. Better yet, if you participate in a spot of viral marketing for the company, you’ll be able to help select...

  • News Machinarium Puzzles North American PSN Next Week

    Drawn to life

    When Sony announced its “Spend $100, Receive $20” PlayStation Network promotion earlier this week, we pondered how it expected gamers to accrue such a sum. Of course, we weren’t privy to the outrageous October release schedule, which has been gradually growing over the past 48 hours. Joining the likes of Retro City Rampage,

  • News The Unfinished Swan Starts Its Journey Later This Month

    Once more with feeling

    Giant Sparrow’s emotionally engaging debut The Unfinished Swan will paddle onto the PlayStation Network on 23rd October in North America and 24th October in Europe, the developer has announced. PlayStation Plus subscribers will unlock early access to the title on 16th October and 17th October respectively. The game will cost...

  • Preview Fumbling Through the Dark with The Unfinished Swan

    Blind man's buff

    It’s difficult to discuss The Unfinished Swan without drawing comparisons to Journey. Just like thatgamecompany, developer Giant Sparrow has been taken under the wing of first-party powerhouse Sony Santa Monica. Furthermore, it has signed a three game exclusivity deal with PlayStation. Indeed, the only noticeable difference...

  • Preview Wonderbook: Book of Spells Makes Reading Magical

    Muggle science

    The outrage and controversy caused by Wonderbook: Book of Spells’ elongated E3 showing has made it difficult to discuss the augmented reality experience objectively. And yet here we have one of the most unique and commercially viable casual gaming products Sony has produced since the Eye Toy. The Harry Potter spin-off doesn’t...

September2012

  • News Decipher the Meaning of Datura While Listening to Its Soundtrack

    Forbidden fruit

    Datura’s certainly not the most polished game of the year, but it’s arguably one of the more interesting ones. Writing on the PlayStation Blog, director Michal Staniszewski claimed that no one has fully uncovered the meaning behind the PlayStation Network exclusive just yet. “Every madness has its explanation, and Datura is no...

  • News Wonderbook: Book of Spells Conjures New PS3 Bundles

    A kind of magic

    Wonderbook: Book of Spells is brimming with potential. The augmented reality PlayStation 3 exclusive has the opportunity to tempt both hardcore Harry Potter fanatics and casual gamers alike – assuming Sony gets its marketing department in order. It’s made the first step by announcing that newcomers in Europe will be able to...

  • News Rovio Flings Live Action Angry Birds Trilogy Trailer Online

    Bigger than ever

    We’re not sure what’s more frustrating: the fact that Angry Birds is big enough to warrant a live action video in the first place, or the saccharine sweet nature of the footage itself. Either way, Rovio has released a brand new trailer for Angry Birds Trilogy which is due out on PlayStation 3 later this week. If you’re...

  • News Okami HD Paints a Date with PSN on 30th October

    Wolf it down

    Capcom’s lavish high-definition retooling of Okami will hit the North American PlayStation Store on 30th October, the publisher has announced. European players will have an additional day to dig out their paper and pens, when the title travels overseas on 31st October. The re-mastered classic will cost £15.99/$19.99, and will...

  • News Wonderbook: Book of Spells Enchants Stores on 13th November

    New chapter

    Harry Potter spin-off Wonderbook: Book of Spells may not be the most obvious PlayStation 3 blockbuster of the year, but it’s clear that Sony has big plans for the augmented reality title. That’s been underlined by a North American release date of 13th November – right at the start of the gift giving season. The J.K. Rowling...

August2012

  • News Sony Serves Up Sports Champions 2 on 31st October

    Be the best

    Sports Champions 2 will move onto European store shelves on 31st October, publisher Sony has announced. A North American release date was confirmed last week. The PlayStation Move sequel boasts a variety of events, including boxing, skiing, bowling, tennis, golf and an updated version of archery. It will also allow you to design your...

  • News Sports Champions 2 Smashes onto PS3 on 30th October

    Ace

    Sony has announced that it will serve up Sports Champions 2 on 30th October in North America. The PlayStation Move-powered compilation will boast a handful of new sports, including tennis, golf, skiing, bowling and boxing. It’ll also feature an updated version of archery. Unlike the previous Sports Champions, you’ll now be able to create...

  • News Sony Paints New The Unfinished Swan Trailer Online

    Beautifully simplistic

    Sony’s GamesCom 2012 press conference was laced with creative ideas yesterday, but one title that didn’t get an airing was The Unfinished Swan. Thankfully, the platform holder has taken the time to remind us about the indie adventure by releasing the striking trailer embedded below. Looks good, doesn't it?

  • News Wonderbook Commits Brand New Franchises to Paper

    Brought to life

    There was a palpable irritation filling our Twitter feed when Sony started to discuss Wonderbook during its GamesCom 2012 press conference earlier today. But, by the time the company was done, we noticed a distinct change in tune – Wonderbook is cool, and it has the potential to sell gangbusters. Heck, even we’re sold. The...

  • News Until Dawn Haunts PlayStation Move Next Year

    Are you afraid of the dark?

    As we correctly predicted, Sony officially revealed Until Dawn during its GamesCom 2012 press conference earlier today. The Supermassive Games developed PlayStation Move exclusive follows a group of high school classmates as they revisit a campsite to mark the first anniversary of their friends’ disappearance. As you...

  • News Watch PlayStation's GamesCom 2012 Press Conference Live

    Boom

    Sony’s GamesCom 2012 press conference is about to go live. As always we’ll be providing commentary on Push Square throughout the evening, but if you’d like to watch Andrew House and friends drop some bombs live – you can do so through here. Remember to keep a close eye on our Twitter account for reaction to every announcement. And let...

  • News Oh, Sony's Also Trademarked Until Dawn Again

    Coincidence?

    Hot on the heels of this morning’s Rain trademark, seasoned snoopers have also discovered that Sony has re-registered the rights to Until Dawn. The name has long been associated with a mysterious PlayStation Move survival horror project that first appeared in a demo reel almost three years ago. Sony’s expected to

July2012

  • News Lights, Camera, Party! Brings Motion Madness to PSN

    Smooth moves

    We’re probably in the minority, but we love a good mini-game compilation. There’s something exhilarating about hopping between a host of madcap mechanics – even if the experience can end up feeling a bit shallow as a result. Frima Studio’s upcoming PlayStation Move-powered Lights, Camera, Party! looks to embody everything...

  • Rumour New PlayStation Move Title to Debut at GamesCom

    Move it, move it

    One of the two new titles Sony’s set to unveil at GamesCom next month will support PlayStation Move, according to a report on PSU. Details are unsurprisingly scarce, but the website claims that the platform holder will reveal a new motion controlled property at the European event. We’re secretly hoping that it’s the survival...

  • News Foosball 2012 Kicks Off on PS3 and Vita Next Week

    Flicking good fun

    You probably didn’t buy a PlayStation 3 or Vita to play a digital simulation of table football, but we bet you’re going to snap up the upcoming Foosball 2012 anyway. The Grip Games developed PSN exclusive is set to kick off on 24th July in North America and 25th July in Europe. That’s next week by the way. Brilliantly,...

  • News Angry Birds Trilogy Targets PlayStation 3 This Year

    Fowl flinger

    As previously teased, Activision will be tossing an updated version of Rovio’s popular mobile title Angry Birds onto the PlayStation 3 this year. The Move-enabled re-release – entitled the Angry Birds Trilogy – will collate the original Angry Birds with Angry Birds: Seasons and Angry Birds: Rio. “You can think of the game as...

June2012

  • News Learn About the Technology Inside Move's Racing Wheel

    More than meets the eye

    Sony’s hastily announced PlayStation Move racing wheel proves that appearances aren’t everything. The peripheral might look unwieldy at first, but it’s actually packing some interesting technology beneath the surface, as this video with Sony's Anton Mikhailov demonstrates. For example, the peripheral boasts a series of...

  • News Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath HD Moves into the Third Dimension

    Free of charge

    As promised, Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD is set to get a fairly beefy update on the PlayStation 3 next week. The free patch will implement full PlayStation Move support and 3D television compatibility. Other additions include video recording features, brightness and gamma controls, and a checklist of miscellaneous bug fixes. The...

  • News Move Support in Lollipop Chainsaw Still Possible

    Waggle master

    The PlayStation Move kind of looks like a massive lollipop, so it would make sense for the motion controller to be utilised in Grasshopper’s upcoming undead slasher Lollipop Chainsaw. Still, while you won’t be physically hacking your way through the game at launch, gaffer Suda51 hasn’t dismissed the possibility. Chatting with...

  • News No, Sports Champions 2 Will Not Have Online Multiplayer

    Split

    If you were hoping to hit the PlayStation Move powered links of Sports Champions 2 with your digital buddies online, then it’s probably time to start making some long overdue get-together arrangements. Developer Zindagi Games has confirmed that online multiplayer is off the cards, with development focusing on local party play instead...

  • News Portal 2 Adds PlayStation Move Support Later This Year

    Brain teaser

    If you couldn’t fathom why Portal 2 popped up in a montage during Sony’s press conference last night, Valve has finally provided an explanation: Portal 2 In Motion, a new DLC pack for Portal 2 on PS3, is set to launch later this year The content, currently playable on the E3 show-floor, adds the levels originally available for the...

  • News Epic Mickey 2 Paints PlayStation 3 on 18th November

    Brush stroke

    Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two is set to sing onto PlayStation 3 on 18th November, Disney has announced. The date was attached to a new trailer for the PlayStation Move supported platformer, which features more than enough footage of Mickey the Mouse and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit to lift your mood. Are you excited about the prospect of...

  • News Sony Reveals Wacky PlayStation Move Racing Wheel

    Wheely strange

    That bizarre looking contraption pictured to your right is the PlayStation Move's official racing wheel. You may recall us picking up on a patent for a similar looking device earlier in the year. The docking station is actually packing some pretty cool features, including the addition of a complete control layout and rumble...

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