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  • News More Than 80 Vita Games In the Works Right Now

    As we speak

    Now we know the PlayStation Vita release date is 22nd February it's time to look ahead to the games. Sony has just announced that more than 80 games are in development for PlayStation Vita from a range of first and third-party studios. The list includes Sony titans including LittleBigPlanet, Wipeout 2048, Resistance: Burning Skies

  • News Winter Stars Warms Up with New Teaser Trailer

    Cheesy family a must

    While the footage of Winter Stars below is all based on the Kinect version, we expect the Move release to be pretty much identical — with the exception of glowing controllers of course. Winter Stars is, of course, a frost-covered compilation of sports due for release later this year, with the usual multiplayer options as well...

  • News Dance Magic Sounds Better Than We'd Thought

    ESRB rating details game

    It's refreshing to see a dance game try something different, and that's exactly what Dance Magic is offering. On the surface it appears to be a straightforward follow-the-arrows affair, but you'll actually take part in "magical dance battles", according to a recent rating by the ESRB. The moves you pull off...

  • News Toki Tori Flaps Onto PSN This Winter

    No spring chicken

    Playlogic Games and Two Tribes have announced that they will be bringing popular puzzle platformer Toki Tori to the European PlayStation Network during "holiday season". Toki Tori was originally released on Game Boy Color way back in 2001, but in recent years enhanced remakes have been seen on Nintendo WiiWare, PC, iPod...

  • News House of the Dead Crossbow Trailer Hits You Where it Hurts

    Between the eyes, that is

    In just two weeks we'll be playing the first-ever PlayStation House of the Dead game — how about that? If that thought isn't enough to make you come over all unnecessary, perhaps the crossbow-themed trailer below might just tip you over the edge. Of course the crossbow isn't the first weapon that springs to mind when you...

  • News Carnival Island Trailer Has all the Fun of the Fair

    And more

    Nobody could have guessed that Sony's Santa Monica Studio would graduate from the God of War series to Carnival Island, yet here we are with video footage to prove that that's exactly what's going on. The trailer below shows some of the game's 35+ attractions, from frog-tossing to face-distorting, all controlled with PlayStation Move of...

  • News Get Up and Dance Trailer Shakes its Groove Thing

    Or "thang", maybe

    O-Games' Get Up and Dance is going all-out in the promotion stakes as its early November release date approaches. Fresh from the golden oldies recently revealed for the game, we now have a new trailer showing exactly how you play. Well, sort of: while the in-game footage is clearly from the PS3 release (witness the Move icons above...

  • News Load Up for GoldenEye 007: Reloaded Multiplayer Action

    Gunning for you

    The other day we brought you a stealth video for GoldenEye 007: Reloaded, but let's face it, we all want a bit of multiplayer GoldenEye action on PlayStation Move. That's exactly what the trailer below delivers. There's also a spate of new screenshots available in our gallery showing everything from cheater's favourite Oddjob to the...

  • News Cabela's Adventure Camp Trailer Brings Summer Into Fall

    Shooting party

    What two things go together better than peanut butter and jelly, bangers and mash or other foods? Hunting animals and party games, of course. That's the theme of Cabela's Adventure Camp, a new party game from Activision that puts you and your family outdoors and makes it fun. The trailer below shows all sorts of activities, from...

  • News Golden Oldies Revealed for Get Up and Dance

    Elton, Dusty and Lionel

    O Games' Get Up and Dance wants to give players of all age something they can shake their hips (or replacements) to, with the publisher announcing four new old tracks for the song's playlist. From Donna Summer's classic Hot Stuff — best known for its role in The Full Monty of course — to Lionel Richie's feel good song...

  • News DUST 514 Ready to Change the Online Shooter Forever

    Will it succeed?

    DUST 514 isn't your average run-and-gun online shooter: set in the persistent world of EVE Online, it's as much about economics as it is headshots, and the official PlayStation Blogs have carried an interview with the game's executive producer Brandon Laurino. The interview details the game's exceptionally ambitious concept — a...

  • News DunDef Due Date Is A Done Deal

    PSN version out first

    Here's a turn-up for the books: much-anticipated PSN game Dungeon Defenders is coming to the PlayStation Store before Xbox Live Arcade and Steam. Traditionally it's been Microsoft's stance that multiformat download games must launch on XBLA first, but Trendy Entertainment is bucking that trend and coming to PSN before other...

  • News Vote for Tiger Woods' Cover Co-Star for PGA Tour 13

    Has to be a golfer, though

    There's no Tiger Woods golf game due out this year — in fact, there are no golf games of any sort out before 2012, which may be some sort of record, we reckon. The next outing from the Tiger is the cleverly named Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13, and it's due out next March. You can start your participation now by helping EA to...

  • Feature Four Must-Have Move Games for the Future

    Gaze into our crystal ball

    While many will argue that the PlayStation Move launched with a weak line-up, the number and quality of games available has risen sharply since its launch. An increasing number of game developers have decided to implement Move controls into their games, immersing players like never before. We've taken a look into the...

  • News First Puss in Boots Trailer to Claw At

    Here, kitty kitty

    Following Toy Story 3 and Phineas and Ferb: Across the Second Dimension, Puss in Boots is the latest in an increasingly long line of film-to-video-game transitions to feature PlayStation Move support. After the first screenshots a few weeks ago we now have our first look at the game in motion, showing the swordfighting, dancing and...

  • News New Winter Stars Screens Stay Frosty

    Over snow, ice and water

    This press release is titled "Warm Up this Winter with Winter Stars". Quite how a game about winter sports is going to warm you up is anybody's guess, but maybe that's why we don't work in PR: it's all about vision. Speaking of vision (segue) here's some new Winter Stars screenshots to look at, showing off...

  • News Meet the Monks of Dungeon Defenders

    They're fast

    While we wait on a release date for Dungeon Defenders, Trendy Entertainment is stoking anticipation by releasing a series of videos. Last week we had the development diary, and now we have a look at the game's Monk class. Xbox Live Arcade users get the game on 19th October with a PlayStation Network release date "to be announced...

  • News Cabela's Survival Lurks in the Shadows of Katmai

    Danger ahead

    Last year’s Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2011 release was one of the more surprising PlayStation Move titles. We never would’ve guessed that the game would have offered a deep storyline and survival horror styled gameplay, but that’s exactly what we got. Top it off with a smart PlayStation Move integration that functioned better...

  • News Rune Factory: Tides of Destiny Slips to October Release

    Not yet ripe

    In August we reported that Rune Factory: Tides of Destiny would see release on 27th September, but Natsume has decided to go for a later date, with the game now set to launch on 11th October. Despite the earlier announcement announcing a 27th September date, the game actually only went gold — i.e. ready for manufacturing — on 23rd...

  • News Bayou County Hospital Likely to Fail Health Board Inspection

    Shut it down

    Reports are flooding in of extreme violence and possible zombie outbreaks at Bayou County Hospital. According to several escaped patients, staff at the hospital have become bloodthirsty and violent, attempting to feast on the brains of any humans still inside. One survivor handed us a video tape, which has been lightly edited and...

  • News SEGA Bass Fishing Takes the Move Bait on 4th October

    PSN release at last

    SEGA is gearing up for a double Move whammy in October: with House of the Dead: Overkill — Extended Cut at the month's end, PS3 owners after something a little more sedate are catered for on 4th October with the digital release of SEGA Bass Fishing. Those aware of the game will know its lengthy history: originally an arcade...

  • News Here's How Dungeon Defenders Was Developed

    Well, bits of it anyway

    We're still no closer to a release date for PSN title Dungeon Defenders but at least we have a trailer showing you how the game is put together. The game is due for release on Xbox Live Arcade on 19th October, and owing to Microsoft's policy of publishing digital games first or not at all, we can expect a PSN release any time...

  • News Lumines Returns to Beat Up PlayStation Vita

    Hip to be square

    Original PSP launch title Lumines was one of the best reasons to own Sony's first-time portable console: a unique blend of music and puzzle, the good news is it's returning to Vita in the form of Lumines for PS Vita. Produced by original developers Q Entertainment, Lumines on Vita will add social functions allowing you to see how...

  • News Timbers Get Shivered in Captain Morgane PS3 Trailer

    Buckles swashed too

    Point-and-click adventure Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle just got a European date: it'll reach PlayStation 3 shores on Friday 4th November, three weeks before it launches on other consoles. The Move-enabled game is a spin-off of the popular So Blonde series and is written by Steve Ince, renowned for his work on classic...

  • News First Resistance 3 Paid and Free DLC Announced

    Due next month

    Resistance 3 is finally at-hand, but developer Insomniac Games is already preparing follow-up content to extend your Resistance experience. On 4th October we'll see the Survival Pack launch for $3.99, introducing a new game type called Invasion, where you must hold nodes to earn points. You'll also get an XMB theme and four new skins,...

  • News Meet the Cast of Extreme Escape Adventure: Good People Die

    ChunSoft details more characters

    The team that brought us 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors on Nintendo DS has let a few more images escape for their latest adventure game, Extreme Escape Adventure: Good People Die, giving us a glimpse of the game's entire cast, the odd numerical bracelets they wear, and some new info on two of the game's...

  • News Expect Tales News on Vita "Very Soon"

    Maybe "next week" soon

    Namco Bandai's Tales series of RPGs is beloved around the world, with outings including Tales of Symphonia on GameCube and follow-up Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World on Wii, but PlayStation gamers have had plenty to enjoy too. There may be more titles heading to Sony platforms too, as series producer Makoto Yoshizumi...

  • News LittleBigPlanet 2's Move Pack Finally Arrives Next Week

    The Cakeling rises

    It's been a long old wait, but LittleBigPlanet 2 will receive its PlayStation Move support next week. Titled LittleBigPlanet 2: Move Pack: Rise of the Cakeling, the add-on arrives with a laundry list of new content, including: A brand new story for LittleBigPlanet 2 – The Rise of the Cakeling with 14 new levels (5 levels, 7...

  • News Dig In to These New Puss in Boots Screenshots

    Kitten's got claws

    THQ's just released some early screenshots for its first Move-enabled movie tie-in, Puss in Boots, and it's looking pretty decent, actually. The game will let you do all the things Puss himself enjoys: duelling, sneaking and serenading women with a guitar, apparently. We haven't seen the film yet, so maybe that bit will make more...

  • News New House of the Dead Overkill Shots Creep Up

    Meat is murder

    SEGA's massively gory House of the Dead: Overkill — Extended Cut isn't just a glorified Wii conversion: it's got brand new stages and modes you won't find anywhere else. We've already covered Naked Terror, the first exclusive stage, and now we have the first shots of Creeping Flesh. The new level takes you through some sort of...

  • News 18 New Vita Games to Be Revealed at Tokyo Games Show

    What could they be?

    Mid-September heralds the arrival of Tokyo Games Show, one of the calendar's biggest annual gaming events. This year Sony's pledging to go all-out, showing off no fewer than 31 games for Vita. Only 13 games have been announced so far, leaving 18 as-yet unknown titles heading for a big reveal in two weeks' time. Here's the list of...

  • News Move Fitness Comes From The Fight: Lights Out Developer

    Now we're interested

    Here's something we totally missed in all the Move excitement at Gamescom: Move Fitness is in development at Coldwood Interactive, developer of one of Move's best workouts so far, The Fight: Lights Out. The upcoming fitness title will also use two Move controllers to track your movements more accurately, and places the emphasis...

  • News Shinobido 2 Confirmed as Vita Launch Title

    Whenever that is

    Namco Bandai has announced Shinobido 2: Tales of the Ninja will accompany the PlayStation Vita when it launches in the West next year. It's the first third-party game to be officially announced as a launch title, and will join Uncharted: Golden Abyss, LittleBigPlanet, ModNation Racers and WipEout 2048 as games available from the...

  • News Valve Staging a Counter-Strike for PlayStation Move

    Respected series takes aim

    Counter-Strike is one of the most well-loved shooters on PC, but hasn't reached quite the same level of success on consoles, perhaps due to the controls not working quite as nicely on a traditional controller. That's about to change though, as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive for PS3 will support PlayStation Move. The next...

  • News Japan's PS3 Game Malicious Coming to Vita

    Boss battles galore

    End bosses make up much of our favourite video game moments, so a title like Malicious — which is composed almost entirely of boss battles — certainly piques our interest. The game is already out in Japan as a downloadable PS3 title, but will be making its way to Vita as well. The game currently sells for a mere 800 Yen...

  • News In Tales from Space, Mutant Blobs Attack

    They can't help it

    Developer DrinkBox Studios just spread the word of its new Vita title Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack, which will be shown off at the Penny Arcade Expo due to kick off any minute now. The team didn't give much away about the game other than it's a sequel to pleasing PSN puzzle platformer Tales from Space: About a Blob, and...

  • News Grand Slam Tennis 2 Shots Show Their Faces

    An impressive start

    EA announced Grand Slam Tennis 2 several weeks ago, but the initial teaser trailer didn't show any player faces, causing us to worry if they'd suffer from the dreaded "Zombie Henman" effect that's plagued 3D tennis games since Virtua Tennis first swung a racquet. Now we have the first face shots, we can see how silly we...

  • News Rune Factory: Tides of Destiny Washes Up Next Month

    27th September in North America

    Natsume has announced its PlayStation Move-compatible farming RPG (yes really) Rune Factory: Tides of Destiny will see release on 27th September all across North America. The release marks the first time the Rune Factory series has appeared on PS3, and the first time Natsume has released a farming title on a home...

  • News Dungeon Defenders Squire Trailer Doffs its Hat

    Release date 'coming soon'

    It seems like a long, long time since we first encountered Dungeon Defenders: in fact, it first hit our radars back in December 2010, and it's been six months since we interviewed the DunDef team. The game's road to release is nearing its final stop though, as Trendy Entertainment has announced we'll hear about a release...

  • News Little Big Planet Vita Trailer Showcases Robot Dinosaurs

    Built from scrap

    The newest trailer for LittleBigPlanet on PS Vita is all about radical prehistoric creatures. Not only does it have a dinosaur riding a skateboard, but one created out of a speaker, clothes pins, a tentacle and a coffee cup. Using the Vita's camera, the trailer shows how you can snap photos from the real world and then bring them...

  • News DanceStar Party Tracklist Rocks the Party

    Get on the floor

    Sony's intending to go up against the dancing behemoth that is Just Dance 3 with its own dancing game, Everybody Dance aka DanceStar Party in Europe, and here's the tracklist you'll be grooving to when the game launches later this year. There's the usual mix of classic and contemporary tunes, from Kung Fu Fighting by Carl Douglas to...

  • News 4 Elements HD Lined Up for Launch Next Week

    Ready to match three?

    PlayStation Move's catalogue hits 80 titles next week with the launch of 4 Elements HD, a match-three puzzler for $9.99/€7.99. The title will hit North America on Tuesday 30th August with a European release the following day. Here's the latest trailer below: Release date of the 4 Elements HD for PlayStation®3 revealed by...

  • News Puddle Makes a Splash on PSN in November

    Sorry about that

    Konami's liquid PSN puzzler Puddle looks like an interesting use of PlayStation Move, and at least as interesting as the rather-similar-actually Fluidity on WiiWare. The inevitable result of Move's motion controls and a game about fluids, you tilt the controller to funnel the liquids through a series of mazes, avoiding fire,...

  • News Gravity Daze Now Gravity Rush, New Screenshots and Trailer

    Jump on in

    Gravity Rush, previously known as Gravity Daze, is a PS Vita exclusive from Japan Studio, the devs that gave us such portable classics as Locoroco and Patapon. The game has a surreal, cel-shaded look that favors flair over realism, and gameplay revolves around a gravity manipulation mechanic that has the female protagonist jumping and...

  • News Get Physical After Hours with New Move Triple Pack

    Turn the lights low

    No, it's not a new We Dare trilogy: Sony's putting three Move-controlled sports titles onto one Blu-ray disc and calling it After Hours Athletes. The trio comprises PSN titles Hustle Kings, High Velocity Bowling and Top Darts, complete with all their downloadable content too. Rather like puzzle pack Move Mind Benders there's no...

  • News LittleBigPlanet 2 Move Pack Out Next Month

    Video inside

    It's been a long wait for the LittleBigPlanet 2 Move Pack, but it's nearly upon us with release set for next month. Sony featured the add-on as part of its Gamescom 2011 presentation, with the video below hopefully answering some questions about what exactly comes in the package. Are you looking forward to putting the Move controls...

  • News Wipeout is Coming to PlayStation Move

    No, not the good one, sorry

    We felt the same: when we read that Wipeout 2 is coming to PlayStation Move, we started imagining controlling futuristic racers with motion controllers. Then we read further down the announcement and saw it's a version of popular TV show Wipeout. Oh well. The holiday season game will use the Move controller to help guide...

  • News This is What Move Fitness Looks Like in Motion

    Sony steps up

    While the announcement of Move Fitness was a surprise to some, it really shouldn't be: Sony's lack of a fitness title has meant it's missed out on a lucrative market for PlayStation Move, but that will change later this year. Here's the official Gamescom trailer showing you just how much fun fitness can be when you've got PlayStation...

  • News Resistance: Burning Skies Confirmed for Vita

    Nihilistic's game gets named

    Resistance on PlayStation Vita has an official name: Resistance: Burning Skies. Developed by Nihilistic Software, the game was shown off during Sony's media briefing at Gamescom in Cologne. With a brand new hero — Tom Riley — and a brand new story, here's hoping the game can live up to the standard set by its...

  • News Race at Night, Make Horses Mate in Champion Jockey

    What more could you want?

    Move-controlled gallop simulator Champion Jockey isn't just about glorious sunshine and seeing where you're going: it's about night races with no headlights and horses having sex. That's right: not only can you take your steed out on the grass when the sun is up, you'll be able to race when you should both be hitting the...