The Move release slate is hot hot hot today, with new games at retail and on PlayStation Store, as well as fresh downloadable content too. Let's see what's competing for your cash this week.
Michael Jackson: The Experience
The King of Pop Moonwalks to stores across North America several months after his appearance on Wii, PSP and DS. While the PlayStation Move controller is obviously used during the game's dance routines, two additional players can sing along using SingStar microphones, with their performances scored accordingly. We'll be donning our rhinestone glove to bring you a full review soon.
Dungeon Hunter: Alliance — $12.99, Plus Price: $9.74
A good old-fashioned dungeon crawler, this four-player co-operative adventure will appeal to fans of Diablo and its ilk. Be sure to read up on our Dungeon Hunter: Alliance interview and come back soon for our in-depth review.
Steel Rain DLC for Killzone 3 — $4.99, Plus Price: Free
Two extra maps for Guerilla's Move-enabled shooter, including the Jetpack-filled Junkyard and Stahl Arms, a map that puts you inside a Helghast weapons factory. Plus members can pick these maps up for nothing.
If you're still on the fence about Coldwood Interactive's bruising brawler, try before you buy with this Stress Buster demo.
All in all, not a bad week for Move gamers. Anything pulling the money from your wallet this week?
It's not Move-enabled, but also consider buying the incredible Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes HD, a stunning looking version of one of the best DS games of all time!
Sounds interesting, James.
It's superb; there's a free demo available, so try it. From the same team behind Critter Crunch which, I'm sure you know, is aces.
Looking forward to checking it out myself!
I am probably going to pick up Dungeon Hunter: Alliance. It has been on my radar for a couple of weeks. I might wait for a few more reviews before I buy though. Anybody playing it yet?
I only have one Move Controller, so I guess I won't be trying out The Fight: Lights Out demo.
I'll be trying out the demo then!
When will the Dungeon Hunter review be coming out btw? I want to know how the move controls work for that game.
@Turtlelink Hopefully in a day or two, Chris wanted to make sure he really got into the game before he gave his appraisal
Dungeon Hunter is awesome. A few random issues (jumpy frame very rarely, some slowdown on co-op in a few spots) but super-solid and a crazy-good deal even at 12.99
Might and Magic is awesome too. This is arguably one of the best weeks PSN has ever had.
YES!! Even with the momentary screen freezes, it's still the best game I've played. I've been playing it since it came out. To date, I have over 50 Level 75 characters. Please expand or extend the levels to 100.
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