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News: Sony, With These Move Lifestyle Photos You Are Spoiling Us

Sony, With These Move Lifestyle Photos You Are Spoiling Us

Everybody smile!

In the past year we've had a lot of fun with PlayStation Move and you probably have too, but we bet you've never enjoyed yourself as much as the people in these new lifestyle photos from Sony. The shots feature all your typical Move situations: Mum working out, boys and girls singing and dancing together, but strangely no sign of...

News: New House of the Dead Overkill Shots Creep Up

New House of the Dead Overkill Shots Creep Up

Meat is murder

SEGA's massively gory House of the Dead: Overkill — Extended Cut isn't just a glorified Wii conversion: it's got brand new stages and modes you won't find anywhere else. We've already covered Naked Terror, the first exclusive stage, and now we have the first shots of Creeping Flesh. The new level takes you through some sort of...

News: Movemodo is One Year Old Today!

Movemodo is One Year Old Today!

Break out the party hats

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, it's official: Movemodo is one year old today. We first welcomed you to Movemodo on 1st September 2010, and since then we've done everything in our power to make you the most well-informed PlayStation Move gamers around. In the past 12 months we've published nearly 700 news articles,...

News: Wipeout is Coming to PlayStation Move

Wipeout is Coming to PlayStation Move

No, not the good one, sorry

We felt the same: when we read that Wipeout 2 is coming to PlayStation Move, we started imagining controlling futuristic racers with motion controllers. Then we read further down the announcement and saw it's a version of popular TV show Wipeout. Oh well. The holiday season game will use the Move controller to help guide...

News: This Champion Jockey Video is Too Good for Words

This Champion Jockey Video is Too Good for Words

Sit back and enjoy

Champion Jockey will make use of PlayStation Move when it launches next month, but how? Let this video answer all your questions. Interestingly the video shows two Move controllers are used, one of the few games to do so, though we'd hope a single controller option is in there too. Even if it's not, this guy sells the double...

News: These Chinese Move Controllers Don't Look Bad, Actually

These Chinese Move Controllers Don't Look Bad, Actually

Bit costly though

Third-party Move controllers are still thin on the ground, but Chinese company FirstSing has put together its own Move and Navigation and they don't look too bad actually. The bundle sells for just $44.80, a huge saving on the price of real accessories, but unfortunately with worldwide shipping at a steep $60 it's not such a sound...

News: 2K Promising Better Move Controls for NBA 2K12

2K Promising Better Move Controls for NBA 2K12

Shoots a three-pointer

We loved NBA 2K11 on PlayStation 3, but the Move controls left a little to be desired: no Navigation support and some shaky shot recognition took away some of the game's shine. Now 2K Sports is preparing to unleash NBA 2K12 and it's promising overhauled controls. For one thing, the game now features pointer support, allowing...

News: First GoldenEye 007: Reloaded Footage Suits Up

First GoldenEye 007: Reloaded Footage Suits Up

Licence to... oh, never mind

After the announcement of GoldenEye 007: Reloaded we've now got the first screenshots and in-game footage from the upcoming Bond-a-thon. The revamped version of last year's Wii adventure comes with support for PlayStation Move, Sharp Shooter and in a surprise turn of events the Top Shot Elite gun used in Cabela's...

News: James Bond Comes to Move with GoldenEye: Reloaded

James Bond Comes to Move with GoldenEye: Reloaded

We've been expecting you

Last year's GoldenEye 007 on Wii was a particularly enjoyable slice of James Bond action, bringing the beloved N64 original up to date with online play, experience and all that good stuff. If you were looking on from the sidelines, filled with jealousy, that can stop soon: Activision has announced GoldenEye 007: Reloaded is...

News: Japan's Hot Shots Golf is Now Move-Enabled, But Ours Isn't

Japan's Hot Shots Golf is Now Move-Enabled, But Ours Isn't

Update rattles into the cup

Yesterday the Move update for Japan's Minna No Golf 5 — aka Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds in North America and Everybody's Golf: World Tour in Europe — went live, bringing stereoscopic 3D support and Move controls to the cutest golf game on PS3. According to iWaggle3D the motion controller is supported in offline play...

News: SEGA Lets Off a Round of House of the Dead Screenshots

SEGA Lets Off a Round of House of the Dead Screenshots

Goresome

The unflinchingly gory House of the Dead: Overkill — Extended Cut is shambling towards Move later this year, and SEGA has sent over a revolver barrel's worth of new screenshots to celebrate. The shiny new 720p screenshots and pleasingly grindhouse-like artwork and box art show Headstrong is improving pretty much everything that was good...

News: Sony Japan Reveals Move Bundle for Hot Shots Golf PS3

Sony Japan Reveals Move Bundle for Hot Shots Golf PS3

Will it come West?

Sony's preparing to patch Move controls into its classic PS3 golf game Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds — otherwise known as Everybody's Golf: World Tour — but in Japan it's going a step further, physically re-releasing the game with a Move Starter Pack to entice PlayStation gamers onto the fairway. The bundle of game, controller...

News: SOCOM Fan Petitions Zipper for Better Sharp Shooter Controls

SOCOM Fan Petitions Zipper for Better Sharp Shooter Controls

You can help too

SOCOM: Special Forces (or SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs to some) is designed to work with PlayStation Move and the Sharp Shooter, but there's still some room for improvement in the game's controls. Movemodo user Michel Filipe has begun petitioning Zipper Interactive to make some improvements, and he needs your help. Over at the official...

News: Tintin is Coming to PlayStation Move

Tintin is Coming to PlayStation Move

Start preparing your quiff

Here's something that may have passed you by at E3: Ubisoft's Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn game will arrive this year with PlayStation Move support. From the sounds of the official announcement, the Move controls will be implemented into the main adventure rather than coming as extra minigames, so you...