An anonymous source pointed iWaggle3D to a video entitled "Odd Forest" depicting what seems to be an unannounced Move title. The source didn't provide any details, but said info will come very soon.
Thats the future of adventure games and it looks fantastic! nice 1 waggle.
Not sure what to make of this.....looks amazing but are we going to be playing as a floating hand who is looking for a body? Also replay the video mute it and play the attached video in the background. Amazing
Also I wish it was a PS Eye only title and not move. I want yo use my real hand pick up stuff and show people the middle finger - using move and pressing a button to open and close your hand does not really excite me.
A disembodied hand mind. Bit creepy really. Especially the way its fondling everything.
hand tracking or move controller thing?
Definitely Move. Check the video starting at 1.07 (bottom right corner)
What happen to Sorcery?
IN a world threatened by age and dust, ancient statues are decaying even faster due to excessive dirt particles in the windy forest! now needs your bare hands to wipe them down clean and caressed like it's your Hot Girlfriend in order to keep those ancient statues lasting longer comes!... "Silence of the Hands" move compatible.
SAVE TEH STATUES! lol, sensual forest. Looks interesting and I think that setting has a lot of potential. I think the Move is a phenomenal device and I can't wait to see it live up to it's potential.
If thats the graphics, well im blown away
This could be really cool in the future. Imagine a glove that you put on the works just like to move where you can actually interact with objects in the game just like in the video. Maybe the glove could have someway of adding resistance so when you touch something you actually fell it... wishful thinking but it would be awesome:)
I see a pig, I do see a pig! Great graphics, very realistic. That could redefine the adventure genre with Move.
Original news updated to reflect latest findings. Hint: Linger in Shadows
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