Ubisoft's released a new trailer for the PlayStation 3 version of Child Of Eden
It doesn't say much we don't already know — lights, colours, music — but it's a good hype piece if your hotly anticipating next week's release. Catch the trailer after the jump.
Ubisoft executive Tony Key has said that the publisher doesn't plan on releasing its PlayStation Move enabled 'experience', Child Of Eden, as a downloadable title
Despite solid reviews, the XBOX 360 version of the game famously bombed at retail earlier in the year. A PlayStation 3 release is planned later this month, with most retailers offering the...
We all knew Child Of Eden was getting PlayStation Move and 3D support many months ago, but it's taken this long for Ubisoft to confirm things
Still, at least the word is out now — and with a September release date pledged, we've not got long to wait until we get out hands-on it. Child Of Eden — the spiritual successor to Rez — released on XBOX 360 with Kinect support earlier in the year. The..
As champions of original video game concepts, we were a little disappointed to see Q-Entertainment's ambitious audio-visual experience, Child Of Eden, bomb at retail
But with every cloud there's a silver lining, as Ubisoft has announced that the upcoming PlayStation 3 release of the title will retail for a cut-price £19.99. That's half the price of the XBOX 360 original. It gets even better when..
Ubisoft's finally confirmed a PlayStation 3 release date for Q-Entertainment's spiritual successor to Rez, Child Of Eden
The PlayStation Move-enabled trance 'em up will launch on September 23rd on Sony's platform, according to the publisher's updated release schedule. Earlier in the year a Ubisoft representative told us to expect 3D compatibility in the PlayStation 3 version of Child Of Eden. The..
Microsoft did not money-hat Child Of Eden
That's the message of Q-Entertainment's James Mielke in the latest 8-4 Play podcast [a really good podcast by the way, give it a shot - Ed]. According to Mielke, the delay is simply down to Q Entertainment's small studio, with the 30-strong team switching their attention to the PS3 version now the XBOX 360 edition is on store shelves. Were doing..
The UK sales charts are a depressing sight this week
Even though we're a PlayStation website, we can acknowledge the misery of 505 Games' long-in-the-tooth Zumba Fitness outselling Nintendo's newly released Ocarina Of Time remake. Sick. It wasn't a good week in general for gamer's games, with Ubisoft's Child Of Eden failing to break the top twenty-five either. Maybe if Q would have put the game out..
Earlier in the month we were told that Child Of Eden would launch on the PS3 about 4-6 weeks later than its XBOX 360 counterpart
With the 360 version launching in mid-June, that would peg the PS3 release in early August at the latest. Not true according to IGN, as they are reporting that the PS3 version will not launch until September. A whole month later. D'oh. Supporting our report, IGN adds that..
An Ubisoft representative has reiterated to PushSquare today that the PlayStation 3 version of Child Of Eden will include PlayStation Move support when it launches later in the year
The confirmation supports comments reported by MoveModo earlier in the month. We've also been told to expect stereoscopic 3D support in the PlayStation 3 version of the game. An Ubisoft representative told us that the..
After much hush-hush pertaining to Child Of Eden's potential PlayStation Move compatibility, our friends over at MoveModo have finally drawn a confirmation out of a Ubisoft representative
According to the site, the PlayStation 3 version of Q's spiritual Rez successor will support the PlayStation Move controller when it launches later in the year. The site mentions that the Ubisoft representative..
Tetsuya Mizuguchi needs your input for the final level of Child Of Eden
The emotional visionary is seeking player's photographs to include in the game's penultimate journey, focusing on the concept of memories. "In this game, the player's mission is to purify everything, every data," Mizuguchi told Joystiq in an interview. "And this is the final stage of this game, you know, I need..
Ubisoft's revealed that Tetsuya Mizuguchis next title, Child Of Eden, will be heading to the PlayStation 3 with full motion control support for PlayStation Move
The game's all about flashing lights, pulsing music and... Goodness knows. We're not sure we really care either. It looks amazing — who cares about the gameplay part? It seems to be all about rhythm and shape manipulation. We presume..