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Dropping like a ninja as part of today's PlayStation Store update is a "Fitness Pack" extension for Sony's motion brawler, The Fight
If, like us, you've spent the past few months using The Fight as a substitute for a gym membership, you might be interested to learn that the Fitness Pack includes a number of new training methods to help target your...
Given the amount of exercise we exert while playing games such as The Fight and EA Sports Active 2, we'd like to think that the stigma surrounding video gamers health is slowly starting to vanish
For what it's worth, we genuinely think games like EA Sports Active 2 are a reasonable replacement for the gym, so how anyone can associate video games with obesity these days is beyond us. Video games..
"Move into the fight" is the tag-line for Sony's print The Fight: Lights Out campaign
Unfortunately for the platform holder, no one will be moving anywhere as the campaign has been banned in Britain. The spot — which depicts a player throwing pretend punches and grasping a digital character in a head-lock — received eight complaints and has...
Known for his Hollywood tough-guy roles, there's no better trainer fit for the brutal The Fight: Lights Out than Danny Trejo
Whether Sony's signed him up purely for this trailer or the full game, we're unsure. We hope Machete himself makes an appearance in the full game though. We were impressed when we played the game a little earlier in the year, and by all accounts the game's come a long way. It..
PushSquare's editor, Sammy Barker, recently got a chance to go hands-on with Sony's PlayStation Move offerings
While we were unable to get video for Sports Champions [we were too busy having fun with it - Ed], we did get chance to shoot some video for The Fight: Lights Out and Kung Fu Rider. [Big thanks to Jas-n from SonyFanatic.com for shooting and editing the footage. We really appreciate it.]
The Fight: Lights Out surprised us
Having read many negative reports on Sony's PlayStation Move controlled brawler, we went in with no expectations at all. We came out of the demo quietly impressed. While the game had noticeable lag and input issues, there were moments when the gritty boxer felt genuinely satisfying. It's just a shame that the AI we...
Here's your first glimpse at the European packaging for a bunch of PlayStation Move launch titles
The pack shots come courtesy of French site Gamekyo, who somehow managed to get hold of the job-lot. We're not too hot on the "You'll Need These" logo on the front of the boxes, but we guess it gets the job done. Perhaps the most notable point...
Sony's just announced at a pre-E3 press event in the US, that PlayStation Move title, The Fight: Lights Out, will fully support 3D when it ships
No word on a date or anymore details on the utilisation of the 3D, but hey, Sony's just practically announced virtual reality (in kind). Nice. Apparently other PlayStation Move titles will be compatible with 3D too, and there'll be a total of 20 3D games..
Playstation Move brawler Motion Fighter has been given a new title
Now known as The Fight: Lights Out, Sony's gritty beat 'em up has been detailed in a developer diary with producer John McLaughlin. Hands-on impressions from the early build at GDC were not particularly positive, but the build was very early. McLaughlin's stated the team's ton of motion capture to ensure that every punch,..