A very interesting take on the impact PSN games will have on the stability of the MOVE for PS3. Comparing it to the Wii in it's early release date and how the PSN will save it from despair.
a game like Flower just begs for a patch to make it Move compatible
Move needs save? It's not even out yet. How do they know it'll need save??? What a joke.
First article about saving MOVE. Many more to come. Stay tuned.
This wasn't to imply that it NEEDS saving, more that it will be its saving grace. That the use of MOVE in such a low priced, diverse game space will benefit the MOVE consumers the most. Also, one question mark is fine.
Echochrome 2, Under Siege are the 2 main PSN Games I'm looking for to play with Move.
Well heres my idea, sony should release sport championship games separately on PSN (or maybe bundles of 2/3 for a smaller price than buying a single game) and all should connect to a single gaming hub like ea's family game night or xbox 360's game room. They could cover every sport/or pass time thats works well with move with smaller risk than keep chuking out random compilations on disk (which i have a funny feeling they will) and best of all u can just buy the games YOU are interested in.
its a no brainer for people to pick up the move,people with a camera will get it for £29.99 they can rent out a game for a trial or even play some of the back games with a patch like resi etc,psn will be a great cheaper alternative for mini style games a lot will be showel ware from the wi but thats great for the casual audience
"Would of been..." >> would Have been! Did the author not edit her own article, or is a good command of English comprehension no longer required when writing articles. Anyways, on topic - Move does not need saving simple because there are so many games (ergo developers) that support the device, that it will soon become a PS3 gaming staple!
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