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Submitted by fathoms 1062d ago | opinion piece

Sorcery: Move's Shining Moment, Or A Sinking Realization?

We've needed this game for a while. So many bought the Move on the assumption that Sorcery would be amazing, and many others are waiting for the review verdict. (PS3, Sorcery)

StrawberryDiesel420  +   1062d ago
Motion controls just aren't worth it at this point, I'll play as a sorcerer in Demon's Souls, Dark Souls, Skyrim, Dragon's Dogma and be just fine with those. I don't need to wave around a "pretend wand" in a subpar game to get me my fix. Sony really failed again, why release this the same day as the new Ghost Recon, Capcom's new Medieval RPG IP Dragon's Dogma? There is barely anything coming out in June, they should have at least held it off another month and had a specific bundle with Move and Sorcery, at the same time marketing the game with few commercials. As much as I love Sony, they really really suck at marketing their games and I question their ability to compete with M$ in this regard in the future which can cripple sales and ruin potentially good IP's.

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