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Submitted by WillGuitarGuy 71d ago | opinion piece

Could Media Molecule’s Upcoming Game be for Project Morpheus?

Junkie Monkeys: A recent teaser video can be considered a first look into Media Molecule's upcoming PS4 game, according to the devs. There's plenty of notes to take from the recent teaser, and it may just be showing that the game is being developed as a Project Morpheus title. (Media Molecule, Project Morpheus, PS4)

XiSasukeUchiha  +   71d ago
Damn morpheus exclusive for a funky in a good way type of a game, I'm excited:)
Uncle_Buck  +   71d ago
More than likely. Until they fit all that VR tech into a set of contact lenses, I'm not interested in wearing that bulky monstrosity. Oculus looks even worse though
-Foxtrot  +   71d ago
I hope it's not JUST for Morpheus...I wouldn't want them to pull a MS with what they did with Kinect.

They said how the Move controller sculpting we saw a while back might be added in a future game. I hope you don't need move to play it.

Then again Sony aren't stupid to limit an audience for a game made by a respected and talented studio.
dafegamer  +   71d ago
nope. MM and Sony are smart enough that not many people are willing to buy a specific peripheral for a game yet.
Morpheus/move compatible? Sure why not, but not Morpheus/Move enabled
LAWSON72  +   71d ago
I hope not I am all for them supporting it but I personally could not care less about Morpheous and even Oculus Rift. Mainly because I don't want to put a giant pair of goggles on my head to play a game.
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killa_sam  +   71d ago
If you want to make strides in technology you have to take chances. PS4 + Morpheus + 2 Move controllers are an excellent combination for a game and body tracking without going out and buying a $2000+ PC rig. I am happy with Sonys progress and cant wait until it comes out, BTW Morpheus fits over your glasses and is comfortable so you needn't worry about how its going to fit on your head. This my next gen leap. Bring it on Sony.
Probably. Sony will turn Media Molecule into Microsoft's Rare by having them develop for gimmicks.
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PrinceOfAllSaiyans  +   71d ago
Hopefully not. I think this whole VR thing is gonna be just another gimmick this gen just like how Kinect and PS move where last gen.
ibrake4naps  +   71d ago
I hope so! I loved little big planet and 3d games. This would be flippin sweet! :-D
vallentiin  +   71d ago
I dont think so.... morpheus is still at least 2 years out.. sometime late 2016 release. and i dont think neither sony or MM will show of a new game at gamescom that wont be released until 2016
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Alex_Boro  +   71d ago
I think we'll see a lot new games and details for Morpheus at Gamescom so I hope so!
S2Killinit  +   68d ago
I think VR is gonna make believers out of a whole lot of you folks. Wait till you put it on and experience it. I i say "experience" because that's what it is.

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