Gametrailers: Catch the live demo of this long dormant PlayStation Move game.
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It looks great,and it seems to be playing smoothly. What a great game to "move" some sales for the move! I want to play a demo asap!! So I can have fun switching around spells, which the previewer doesn't seem to do very often, kinda irks when they don't show off all the abilities.It could make the gameplay a lil' more dynamic and less repetitive.
Yeah but they can`t let this game alone help the Move. Sony should be showing off Datura (that weird FPS hands title) and that Torch survival horror FPS from when the Move debuted its original games. These potentially good Move titles should be shown together to create the image that bulk games are being made ratehr then the odd single title. But yes, this game looks great! I hope they add as much replay value as possible. Like a survival mode, or a time attack mode... you know, combine some modern gameplay modes with old skool game play modes to add more playability once the story is done.
skyrim should have had move support so i decided not to buy it but this game seems like move support was implemented well so i cant wait to purchase. the motion controls in zelda SS are quite good also and i hope sorcery is as good or better than it
Sorcery is Move's best Move-only game so far. I hope to see more developers take advantage of the Move's capabilities like this game has.
Looks very easy. I think I will play it in the hardest mode in the first walktrough.
Watch out, we got a badass over here.
I don't know if you watch the part the guy said you can freeze any enemy without an effort. Also the enemy AI looks very passive and not very hostile. That is why I said about the difficulty. The game looks great.
When he said you can kill any enemy by freezing them and then blasting them I was thinking , this game will be too easy but I'm glad to see the enemy AI actually dodging and coming up to attack you. Bodes well for the rest of the game.
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