Nov 1, 2010

Playstation 3 with motion-sensing controls


Sup yo, playstation are bringing out motion sensitive controllers to bring VR into a new state!! kik-ass, soon we'll all be in our own movie!

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Virtual fighters engaged in a bare-knuckle brawl as Sony introduced a world of street fighting played out with Move motion-sensing controls for PlayStation 3 videogame consoles.
Players bobbed, jabbed, punched and head-butted under the daunting gaze of action film tough guy Danny Trejo, whose animated character is a coach in "The Fight: Lights Out" title set for release on November 9.

I'd imagine this will be the advent of a thousand more games and even new genres of games. Nintendo Wii started the craze, lets see what sony can come up with :)

36 comments:

  1. I agree, can't wait to see what Sony is going to do with it.

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  2. I wonder if this is going to be better than the Wii

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  3. You know i played a tekken with motion controls in a gameworks arcade in phoenix arizona when i was a kid. This technology isn't new to the world, but new on a home level. I'm always excited about new technology in gaming.

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  4. oh boy its nothing like the wii

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  5. I'm not excited at all to see the Kinect and Move, mostly because it seems like they're just trying to jump on the Wii craze. That being said, if they make something that does what the Wii does or better, i'll be excited about it.

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  6. btw that guy looks pretty badass

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  7. If they can get the controls to an equal, or better than wii level, with the great graphics then this will be an awesome piece of kit.

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  8. much better than wii, i saw few tests

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  9. it looks like he's holding two microphones

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  10. I;ve had a Wii long enough to recognize that I don't want to have to physically move to play games. unless its a complete VR room, I would rather just use a controller.

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  11. Still getting one for No More Heroes (even if I already have them both for Wii.)

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  12. where is the little movement reader??

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  13. So everyone finally caught on to the wii? LOL

    Anyway, very cool blog man!! come check mine out when you have the chance :)

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  14. Their new super overhyped peripheral is just something another console has had for years. rofl.

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  15. damn, how much plastic surgery has this guy had?

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