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News: Mad Dog McCree Moves onto PlayStation 3 Next Week

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?

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”...

Game of the Year: Best PlayStation Move Game of 2012

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...

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

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

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

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...

News: Sony Patents Bizarre Break Apart DualShock Controller

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

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

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

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: New Until Dawn Trailer Delivers a Difficult Ultimatum

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

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...