Microsoft recently opened up Kinect to all those developers that made weird homebrew things with the advanced camera, so why shouldn't Sony? They did! Sony's releasing a development kit called move.me that will let people make weird ass applications with the PS3 motion sensor. Not sure what they could do that hasn't…
Maybe if this PlayStation Move gun came in black it'd be a little more manly. But in white, with the Move's colored globe poking out of the end, it's as frightening as having a custard donut waved at you.
On one hand, the Move controller is a very pricey gaming controller. On the other paw, iFixit's tear-down revealed "it's quite the bang for the buck," with a processor, accelerometer, gyroscope, Bluetooth, vibrating motor and MEMS compass tucked inside.
As expected, Sony's Move is perfectly competent, hardware-wise, because Sony is a hardware company. But making games that mimic Nintendo's casual-friendly Wii party games is the wrong move. Instead, they need to focus on their true fanbase: The hardcore fans.
I'm not entirely certain what's going on in this commercial for the Playstation Move, but it appears that there are these freaky MoveMen who'll troll your Facebook page for mentions of parties, gatecrash, and force you to play a game.
Hyperkin's "Sports Victory Set" of PlayStation Move accessories has a couple of problems. First, they are a bit ridiculous looking. (But hey, waving a dagger around could be fun). More importantly, they will mess up the whole damn system.
As much fun as it will be unleashing your motion-detected fists of fury via PlayStation Move, nothing will ruin the illusion faster than hurling your controller through your TV screen. CTA Digital's glove peripheral will help keep the peace.
E3's biggest loser? It's Sony. They've been lagging behind for years overall, but to lose at hardware, their strongest suit? What a pity.
Sony's got the stage at E3, and they just announced the date when their motion-controlled system, Move, will start sucking up your free time: September 19. A Move bundle, including an EyeToy camera and Sports Champions game, will cost $99.
Who knew that the PS Move would be so fun to stick into out-of-context situations? Because man, the results of this week's Photoshop Contest are some of the best ever.
Sony has just confirmed with us that PlayStation Move cannot support 4 players in its full configuration.
Sony barely mentioned pricing with their PlayStation Move motion controller, only noting that the combo pricing with PlayStation Eye and a game will cost less than $100. But by our back-of-the-envelope calculations, the experience is going to be really expensive.
Sony's finally put a name to their motion controller, and it's called PlayStation Move. Updated with hands on.
Next time someone complains about your habit of using a cellphone in the movie theater, just casually tell him this story of a man who got stabbed with a meat thermometer after making a similar complaint.