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  • 20Jun

    ‘Okami HD’ Coming to PS3 This Fall

    The iconic PS2 game from Capcom, Okami, is making its way to the PS3 later this year. The game, which is getting the same treatment as other PS2 games that went HD, will have updated graphics and trophy support. However, Okami is also going to work with the PlayStation Move, so now you can draw your own calligraphy to solve puzzles and fight. So here is the trailer to remind you of the awesomeness this games brings. Enjoy!    

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  • 23Mar

    ‘Epic Mickey: The Power of Two’ has an announcement to make — its existence

    It was probably going to happen. You knew it, I knew it. And now its announcement trailer is here — one for Epic Mickey: The Power of Two, that is. In it, you’re Mickey with his ever-so-epic paintbrush, and you’ve got Oswald the rabbit (with his first-ever speaking role in Disney history) as your sidekick. Take a look at the announcement below.

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  • 07Mar

    ‘Sorcery’ Comes This May

    Sorcery, which has been highly anticipated, since Sony’s 2010 E3 conference and quite frankly has been on the down low for a while now has a release date. Sorcery is releasing May 22, so ready your wand—or PlayStation move controller.   The game follows Finn, a sorcerers apprentice, as he has the worst experience of his life—dooming the entire world. Because no one is the perfect student, Finn blows up his master’s alchemy lab and trespasses into the realm of the dead releasing evil that plans to destroy the world. So, essentially Finn opens Pandora’s box and it is up to him to right his wrong. For more sorcery goodness check out the trailer.      

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  • 01Mar

    ‘Bioshock Infinite’ Gets Release Date

        Irrational Games announced today that Bioshock Infinite is coming to the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC Oct. 16. The game will support the PlayStation Move controller, and in another PS3 bonus, the original Bioshock will come along with Infinite on the Blu-ray Disc. Gamers play as Booker DeWitt as he and Elizabeth try to escape the floating city of Columbia, in a forward 1912 America. “After BioShock, we had a vision for a follow up that dwarfed the original in scope and ambition,” Kevin Levine, Creative Director of Irrational Games. “BioShock Infinite has been our sole focus for the last four years, and we can’t wait for fans to get their hands on it.”

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  • 12Jan

    ‘Sorcery’ is back with a new trailer

    Remember Sorcery? It was a personal highlight of Sony’s E3 2010 press conference, and my reason for buying PlayStation Move. Except for the fact that the game kind of disappeared after that event. But now, thankfully, the game is back as of a couple of months ago. In this trailer, you can get a glimpse inside what Santa Monica Studios have done with this title over the past year and a half. Still looks good to me, but what do you think?

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  • 09Nov

    ‘BioShock Infinite’ on PlayStation 3 to get special Move peripheral

    On an official PlayStation-related article from Sony, the console-maker noted that 2012 release BioShock Infinite will get its own special Move peripheral. Of course, this note didn’t stay up on the site long — here’s the current incarnation — but Videogamer managed to snag the interesting part of the original text: A special PS Move peripheral is being produced that will draw you even deeper into this stunning vision of a parallel future. Of course, the bigger question here is…well, what on Earth (or off Earth also works in this case, I suppose) is the peripheral for Move going to represent? Guns have been done to death, but that’s the likely end result here. I guess an older gun that Booker uses would be cool enough, right? BioShock Infinite‘s Move integration isn’t a secret — Ken Levine himself announced the game’s support during E3 2011. The game currently has no

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  • 26Oct

    Sony releases special edition, Move-bundled ‘LittleBigPlanet 2′

    If you didn’t get in on the LittleBigPlanet 2 action the first time around (for shame!), Sony and Media Molecule are releasing a special edition of the game, which includes the special PlayStation Move content “Rise of the Cakeling” as well as branded level and costume packs. The new special edition will be available November 15. On that same day, they’re also releasing a special Move bundle including the game (something that probably should have happened a lot earlier). The game by itself is currently slated to sell for $59.99, with the bundle going for $129.99.

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  • 12Aug

    ‘Child of Eden’ PS3 release date moved

    We have Child of Eden for Xbox 360, with Kinect support. Now the PS3 version is on the way for release on September 27, a week later than originally planned. But it appears that the developers are making up for it by ensuring Move support and adding 3D capabilities. So everyone out there with one of those fancy-schmancy televisions with your special glasses can just…well, get totally absorbed in the game, I suppose. Game creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi even shows it off on-camera. Take a look:

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  • 27Jul

    Move.me now available to help you use your PlayStation Move

    As announced at GDC, Move.me will allow you to create applications for use with PlayStation Move. To use it, you’ll need a PC in addition to your usual Move setup. What sort of things can you use this to develop? Well, Sony suggests education and physical therapy applications. (Or you can make a game with it if you want, I guess.) Anyone in academia gets this for free (and you’ve got to have a .edu email address to get in). Everyone else? That’ll be $100. So that might give you a little pause, but it is pretty cheap as far as developer tools go. And PS3 development is a pretty expensive endeavor to undertake most of the time. Here’s a link to a video showing off what others are doing with the tool. (I’d embed, but apparently that’s gone away.)  

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  • 20Jul

    Activision bringing ‘GoldenEye’ to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this fall

    We’ve already seen a remake of N64′s GoldenEye 007 for Wii, but now an even better version, GoldenEye 007: Reloaded, is hitting the PlayStation 3 (with Move support) and Xbox 360 this fall. “We are beyond ecstatic to debut GoldenEye 007: Reloaded to the millions of fans who have been clamoring for it to arrive on Sony and Microsoft home consoles,” said David Oxford, Executive Vice President at Activision Publishing. “And now with full PlayStation Move functionality, 007 fans all around the world can play the game in full HD in more ways than ever before.” In addition to the story campaign most people remember about the game, developer Eurocom is including a new set of “MI6 Ops Missions” that feature specific Assault, Elimination, Stealth and Defense objectives. Multiplayer will include the storied four-player splitscreen as well as full-fledged 16-player online matches that add more characters, maps and weapons than

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