Techland's Peter Ha and Evan Narcisse get an early look at PlayStation Move (Sony's answer to Nintendo's Wii) before next week's E3 conference.
Move is really amazing and is moving motion gaming foward. I can't way to buy this. Can you imagine a new xmb 3d space using the Move? Multitasking ftw! I lol'd at the end of the vid where they showed some laggy Natal footage of the same red ball game.
I'd like to see a XMB built around Move. But it wont happen because not everyone will have the Move... which is a disappointment. I'll be buying 2 of these at launch
that doesnt mean it cant be an optional firmware install....the PS3 can ask you if you have the appropriate hardware....if you do, select yes, if not, select no....and when you do decide to buy the tech...you can update over the net by searching for new updates and it should be there...thats just me...so we will see
It could happen if they gave you 2 options to choose from. Look at 0:08 Move could easily be used in a 3D menu because unlike a mouse or a D-Pad it is tracked in 3D.
But ms is patenting ui control using motion gestures, so a new xmb 3d space may not appear any time soon
its pointless Sony already has several patients on that from the PS2 eye toy so MS cant really do that it won't go through,cant patient something thats already been.You can patient how you do it though.
They are showing more and more Move videos daily. It is capable then a lot more than I initially gave it credit for. It just went from my meh list to possible purchase. I have a feeling after E3 it will move into my must have list release day.
Also PS3 have Full support of Keyboard and Mouse, and works with every game, Eagle eye is called or something. Now the 2nd Motion Controller, Move. PS Eye, for free hand gaming.
I bet we'll see some awsome Move integration in future LBP2, is what I gather from this video. Gamers will obtain crazy creativity for their levels!
Move looks like a sex toy sony fanbois stick in their butts...
I wonder if developers will take advantage of that Move Camera view to make RTS games with the Move. It looks easier than using a DualShock.
I'm sure at some point someone will. Leave it to Ubisoft.
The Move has already been shown controlling Starcraft on a PC... I think it was Starcraft... anyway it worked well so I'd say it is highly likely that a Move RTS is already in development somewhere.
Could revolutionize the genre for consoles...? I'm mostly excited for Move for being an alternative for some DualShock games, but I think RTS will shine with Move.
under siege is a launch title for move. http://www.youtube.com/watc...
It's designed for Move? Thought it was designed only for DS3 Controller.
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That was awesome. Especially the menu control concept. Move is this years family x-mas gift for my family.
Yeah. The 360 crowd talks about Minority Report style menu control as if the EXACT same thing is not possible with Move. With Move, you would just have more control options. The same thing goes for every aspect of Move. More control, more flexibility, and more potential to be used with the game genres that dominate the market.
@ Seij55 That would be so bad ass if they remade the XMB to be compatible with Move and fully use it to the max's when it comes to multitasking. I can't wait for Move i'm just waiting to know when i can pre order it.
the power of ps3 with 3D coming combined with the accuracy of move is what is going to set sony apart from other consoles
I have yet to see something NATAL can do that MOVE can't do. I am willing to bet that my opinion won't change after E3.
Move and Natal are very different. I don't see why you felt compelled to bring up Natal. Natal is doing something very diffent from what Move is doing. The mini games that are giving you guy boners (Blow the birds in to the nest; slapping the bugs; cutting hair with a weed wacker), are far from exciting. The placement and streching of the screens do look like good, as well as the ability to write looks impressive. Here are other differences: Every thing shown with Natal is without using anything to hold or wear (No controller). There are no buttons to learn, so far. There is no calibration ever (just walk-up and it starts). This whole week will be loaded with Natal related demo's. There will be plenty of new stuff for you guys to hate on, while I am sending through my pre-order.
The thing is that I DON"T WANT TO KICK A BALL, I can DO THAT IN REAL LIFE! I want to manipulate Objects and tech that don't exist in 3-d space with my own movements @ a 1x1 ratio with negligible lag, I want to be able to fire a weapon I am holding and aiming in 3-d space by PULLING AN ACTUAL TRIGGER! NATAL Cannot and will not offer these experiences, I would rather be KICKED IN THE BALLS than by that inferior tech.
Did kicking a ball on PS2 with Eyetoy.Still possible with PSEye,just not very enjoyable or interesting.
I'll be at E3, so ill get to go hands on with both Move and Natal, I'm very hyped for move though since I own a PS3. I'm really looking forward to precision motion control gaming. It'll be interesting.
That looked very impressive. If Sony plays it's cards right the Move could really take us to new levels. Just imagine if you could use those swords to fight with on screen. Light saber battles LucasArts. We already have the handle, just give us the blade
Meh...ugliest controller ever. I would never allow it in my house. Natal blows as well. As a person who owns a PS3, 360, and Wii I tell it how it is. Unlike all these pathetic, ignorant fankids.
I think it looks like a badass future weapon, like that ball is gonna beam some space rays and melt someones 360...oh wait I guess you could just let it melt on its own...oooh sick burn
Who DOESN'T want lightsaber hilt in their livingroom? I want four!
PS MOVE IS GETYING NOTHING BUT PRAISE BEAT THAT LAGTAL....
Seriously can't wait for Move to release especially since I got addicted to lbp. Slightly off topic: When I first saw this ad, I seriously thought it was some early marketing for Natal. Would have been a good one too. http://www.youtube.com/watc...