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Child Of Eden Hits PlayStation 3 On September 23rd

PushSquare writes: Ubisoft’s finally confirmed a PlayStation 3 release date for Q-Entertainment’s spiritual successor to Rez, Child Of Eden. The PlayStation Move-enabled trance ‘em up will launch on September 23rd on Sony’s platform, according to the publisher’s updated release schedule.

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dragonyght2347d ago

good to know 3D and move enable lets see how it fair the the most accurate motion control

callahan092347d ago

Will definitely be better than the 360 version. 3D is a feature well-suited for the style of this game, and the Move will be better suited than Kinect as well. I have this for 360 and I have a Kinect, and I never play this with Kinect anymore, it's the controller for me. Kinect is only good for a zen-like experience in this game, and only that after you've unlocked the mode that lets you play through with no possibility for failure. The controls are otherwise not accurate enough, not fast enough, and too disorienting (trying to wrangle the camera AND aim the cursor is ill-suited for the Kinect). Move will be much less frustrating.

firemassacre2347d ago

yea it will be better than the 360 version.

BioDemon-2347d ago

Either you are lying or aren't coordinated in the slightest, I had absolutely NO trouble beating the game with kinect. Hell, I would go as far to say I do BETTER with kinect.

callahan092346d ago

Lying or uncoordinated? That's just offensive to me to even suggest that. Come on. BETTER performance with Kinect? You can't be serious. Did any critic on earth actually contend that the Kinect controls lend to better performance? I don't think so. Some said they enjoyed it better because of what I said, that "zen" feeling, but none-the-less conceded that the controls are not as accurate or user-friendly and if you want to go for higher scores, the controller is your better option.

BioDemon-2346d ago (Edited 2346d ago )

"Kinect is only good for a zen-like experience in this game, and only that after you've unlocked the mode that lets you play through with no possibility for failure. The controls are otherwise not accurate enough, not fast enough, and too disorienting (trying to wrangle the camera AND aim the cursor is ill-suited for the Kinect)."

All of this is bollocks, I am FASTER with Kinect because I can pretty much jump anywhere on the screen whenever I want, and it's dead accurate. Maybe you should try calibrating your Kinect. And I haven't the slightest clue what you are trying to say about it being disorienting. The only gripe I have with the Kinect controls is that my right arm starts to hurt after a while, other then that, they are perfect.

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Raven_Nomad2347d ago

I'd much rather play this game on a home theater screen with Kinect or my big screen then play it holding a motion controller and wearing retarded looking glasses, but that's just me.

To those complaining about the Kinect version, try actually playing it. It has received nothing but phenomenal reviews, Kinect works perfectly with Child Of Eden and you really get the feel that the game was designed with it specifically in mind.

I wasn't planning on saying anything, but since idiots brought up Kinect, thought I'd put my two cents in as well.

firemassacre2347d ago

ill put my 2 cents child of eden is not worth buying a kinect for, that means 150 plus the game, that too much.

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