Weapons and wands
The Workshop, the studio behind last year’s overlooked PlayStation Move exclusive Sorcery, is working its magic on a brand new title for the PlayStation 4. Having spent the latter half of last year producing Borderlands 2 DLC, the Californian outfit is now turning its attention to Sony’s next generation machine. “We're proud...
Gearbox has some fairly aggressive DLC plans in place for Borderlands 2 – and it looks like it’s enlisting on the assistance of fellow studios to help achieve its aims. According to online super sleuth Superannuation, Sorcery developer The Workshop is working on an expansion based on Borderlands 2’s fictional Torgue weapons...
In a surprisingly candid interview, SCE UK's Fergal Gara has admitted that the PlayStation Move should have performed better in Britain
The executive noted that while the device has gained a "solid foothold" in the region, there is room for improvement on the software side. "I'd say we have a solid foothold with ," Gara revealed. "Could it, should it, have done more? I..
Details and more inside!
Must-have Move game Sorcery is back in action after a long absence, with a brand new trailer right below these very words. There's a new fact sheet too, confirming the game is single-player only, so there'll be no online magic battling for you. The Workshop's magic title is now down for a release in spring 2012, meaning we...
It's evident from yesterday's reannouncement that Sorcery has grown since its promising debut at last year's E3
While the PlayStation Move exclusive includes the same precise motion control mechanics as its original demo, it's visually prettier and much bigger in scope. "Coming out of E3, we knew there were some things we weren't happy with," design director Brian Upton told the..
Due in spring
It's been a long wait to see more of Sorcery, but Sony finally lifted the game's invisibility cape this week to reveal more of what The Workshop has in store for 2012. Revealing differences since the game's well-received E3 2010 showing, design director Brian Upton says: What we showed at E3 was largely organized around a dungeon...
Sorcery was the first game to make people take notice of the PlayStation Move
Debuted at E3 over a year ago, The Workshop developed motion exclusive generated buzz because it felt like the title gamers had been calling for ever since the Wii was released. Family oriented, yes, but with a deep underlying core. A year later, Sony's re-revealed Sorcery to the North American press. And, as we'd hoped,..
Over a year ago Sony announced a game called Sorcery
The PlayStation Move controlled action title quickly caught the attention of the gaming stratosphere, promptly elevating itself to the status of "killer app". But shortly after its announcement, the game went missing in action. We thought it had been cancelled. But thankfully, that's not the case. In an interview with IGN, Sony's Eric..