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News: Virtua Tennis 4 Announced for May Release in North America

Virtua Tennis 4 Announced for May Release in North America

Europe gets it earlier

Move is sure to see a real tennis tussle this year: 2K Sports' Top Spin 4 and Virtua Tennis 4 will go head-to-head on the motion controller, with Sega's title following its opponent onto centre court in May. European gamers get Virtua Tennis 4 on April 29th, with a North American release to follow on May 10th, giving European...

News: Top Spin 4 My Player Trailer Serves Up a Career Mode

Top Spin 4 My Player Trailer Serves Up a Career Mode

Make it your way

2K Sports games are known for their immersive career modes; NBA 2K11 featured a highly acclaimed My Player mode, and upcoming tennis title Top Spin 4 is looking to do the same on a different kind of court. You'll start off a rookie, earning experience points and winning new fans as you progress through a range of tournaments,...

Out Today: Killzone 3 (North America)

Killzone 3 (North America)

At last!

After the betas and the demos stoked your bloodlust, you can finally purchase Killzone 3 across North America today. Fully playable with PlayStation Move for enhanced accuracy, the game also supports the new PlayStation Move Sharp Shooter accessory that houses the Move and Navigation in a beefy-looking rifle. If you're jumping into Killzone...

News: Buzz! Developer Concerned by Move's Popularity

Buzz! Developer Concerned by Move's Popularity

Eyeing up the opposition

Relentless Software has put out two Move-enabled titles already, melodic competition-fest Buzz! The Ultimate Music Quiz and cheery homicide investigator Blue Toad Murder Files, that have both been reasonably well-received. Company co-founder Andrew Eades spoke to Eurogamer about the studio's future in the motion market and...

News: Move Can Be Used to Measure the Earth's Rotation

Move Can Be Used to Measure the Earth's Rotation

Take that, Kinect!

Move's not had quite as many cool non-gaming applications as Kinect, but this video does a lot to redress the balance. As you know, the PlayStation Move controller contains plenty of motion-sensing technology, including a magnetic field sensor and three gyroscopes, which make it accurate enough to detect something none of us...

News: Apparently Portal 2 Does Not Have Full Move Support

Apparently Portal 2 Does Not Have Full Move Support

Confusion reigns

Yesterday we reported that Portal 2 will feature PlayStation Move support, owing to a German interview translated by Eurogamer. Now developer Valve has stepped in to say "remember when someone said PlayStation Move support was coming to Portal 2, and you were like, 'No way!' and then I was all, 'well actually it's not.' That...

News: Portal 2 to Feature Complete PlayStation Move Support

Portal 2 to Feature Complete PlayStation Move Support

Updated: Might be a lie

Update: As new details have come to light, read our updated post Apparently Portal 2 Does not Have Full Move Support. Original post follows. Upcoming first-person teleportation puzzler Portal 2 will receive complete PlayStation Move support, according to Eurogamer. Valve's Chet Faliszek described the feature as an apology for...

News: CTA Digital Creates Three Move Sniper Rifles in One

CTA Digital Creates Three Move Sniper Rifles in One

For when one just isn't enough

There are tonnes of PlayStation Move accessories available, including sniper rifles, pistols and assault rifles, but what about a shell that combined all three? That's the thinking at CTA Digital, the company behind a new customisable add-on. An accessory that can be transformed into an assault rifle, shotgun or sniper...

Out Today: Killzone 3 Single-Player Demo (North America)

Killzone 3 Single-Player Demo (North America)

Give 'em Hel(ghan)

If you've been dabbling in the Killzone 3 multiplayer beta you might be ready for a new challenge, in which case we have good news: the single-player demo is available for North American PlayStation Network members right now. The demo was released to PlayStation Plus subscribers last week but is now freely available for all...

News: Move Creator Keen to Open Controller Up to PC Coders

Move Creator Keen to Open Controller Up to PC Coders

On your Marks

We reported recently that we could see an update to allow PlayStation Move to work on PC, and it seems the driving force behind such an update could be none other than Dr Richard Marks, the controller's creator. Speaking to Ars Technica, Dr Marks mentioned his desire to open the controller to a wider range of creative folks: For a...

News: Heavy Fire: Afghanistan to Blast Move with On-Rails Action

Heavy Fire: Afghanistan to Blast Move with On-Rails Action

War comes to Move

There's no shortage of gritty first-person shooters on PlayStation Move – Killzone 3 and MAG both stand out – but they can sometimes be confusing for gamers not used to controlling movement and guns at the same time. That won't be a problem with Heavy Fire: Afghanistan, an on-rails shooter for Move from Polish developers Teyon...

News: Virtua Tennis 4 Move Footage Shows a Lot of Balls

Virtua Tennis 4 Move Footage Shows a Lot of Balls

Murray vs. Federer in action

Sega says Move is the most accurate way to play Virtua Tennis 4, and the tail end of this new footage shows the game's first-person viewpoint in action with PlayStation Move. Graphically the game appears superb, with excellent presentation and character models, although it's worth bearing in mind this footage is...

News: SEGA: Move is the Most Accurate Way to Play Virtua Tennis 4

SEGA: Move is the Most Accurate Way to Play Virtua Tennis 4

So come out swinging

As Sega's flagship sporting franchise, Virtua Tennis 4 isn't just coming to Move: you'll also be able to play Virtua Tennis 4 on Kinect and Wii as well, but the game's producer Mie Kumagai believes Move has the edge. In an interview with Computer and Video Games, Kumagai explained that only Move offers the precision of a hand...