A new trailer about Cinematic Production and the possibilities of Blu-ray has surfaced on the official European Sony site. More interestingly though is that its referent is Heavenly Sword.
The trailer features all new footage of the game, in addition to interviews with its developers at Ninja Theory and Andy Serkis on making a cinematic gaming experience.
Sony: "What is it about storage space? No matter how much you have, you always seem to use it. And the problem is, the more stuff you store, the harder it is to find what you want. In this film we explore storage from a hoarder's perspective and ask the question: if you could have more storage space, what would you do with it?"
(Note: the trailer can be viewed in HD if you follow the link)
Unofficial info from devs:
So far Heavenly Sword takes up 19gb of a blu-ray disc...with game data compression and some fmvs and audio but not all.
Most of the game footage shown is from November 2006.
The motion capture was done at Weta Digital in Wellington. Weta are known for winning awards for the three Lord of the Rings movies, I-Robot and King Kong.
The game has a stella cast...including Andy Serkis (Gollum in 'Lord of the Rings', King Kong in ...'King Kong'), Bruce Hopkins (Rohan in 'Lord of the Rings'), Race Davis (Uk Actress in 'Men Behaving Badly', 'Eastenders') and Anna Torv ('McLeod's Daughters') as Nariko.
Some Ninja's have flown out to the GDC so keep a look out.