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Japan Sees Move's Public Debut, Goes and Plays Mario Galaxy 2

1UP: E3 attendees don't always have all the fun. Before the booths in LA could even be fully taken down, Sony gave PlayStation Move its public debut this weekend at Japan's World Hobby Fair, a bi-annual event that features the latest games, manga, and anime. We were on hand to check out public reaction as well as the two featured games, EyePet and Kung Fu Rider.

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GreenRingOfLife3752d ago ShowReplies(3)
captain-obvious3752d ago (Edited 3752d ago )

the power of the fat plumber
and by the way the title is a bit misleading

SOAD3752d ago

Of course the title is misleading. If the title gave an accurate of the article, no one would read it and it would garner no hits. That's why most of the popular titles on this site have misleading and/or incendiary titles.

GrieverSoul3751d ago

@SOAD

You just described N4G in a sentence!
Bubbles!

badz1493751d ago

but he speaks the truth

unknownhero11233751d ago

and that is exactly why gaming journalism fails today. Instead of trusting the content of thier article, "journalists" rely(sp?)on flame bait titles. gamers should really not pander to these type of people.

csreynolds3751d ago (Edited 3751d ago )

Exactly. Most of the crud gaming 'journalists' write isn't worth reading, so they create ambiguous titles to pull in views. And people buy it, poor souls...

N4G in a nutshell, everyone.

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EvilBlackCat3751d ago

Meanwhile, Mario Galaxy 2, a game that's been out in Japan for nearly a month, had the longest lines of the show. Those that did try Move walked away looking impressed, and the reason for the relative apathy towards the device remains unclear.

Well the name say it all "MOVE"

"Move" away

Keep "moving"

"Move" bitch get out the way

MOVE!!!!

Wrong name for the product i guess.

Alcon Caper3751d ago

Hm, I don't think it's a completely misleading title actually. He's basing the popularity of the product on the line lengths to play the new product:

"Judging by the length of the lines at Sony's booth, interest in the device isn't particularly high. ModNation Racers attracted twice the attention of Sony's motion controller. Meanwhile, Mario Galaxy 2, a game that's been out in Japan for nearly a month, had the longest lines of the show. Those that did try Move walked away looking impressed, and the reason for the relative apathy towards the device remains unclear."

If you're judging by longer lines, then Mario Galaxy 2 did fare better then Move... (although the Movie title didn't seem like a full fledged game...)

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cossie1233751d ago ShowReplies(1)
sajj3163751d ago

Japan not impressed with the Move? I wouldn't be either if I was showing only those two titles!

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