Senior community developer at Ubisoft has tweeted the official release date for RUSE using his UbiLeak account.
Looking forward to playing this with move. I think it could be easier and quicker after watching Sony's RTS Move demo.
And it will be more easier, quicker and better graphics on PC with a mouse + keyboard Cool: For $300 I could make a PC which still outperforms a PS3
I purchased my PS3 for about 300 bucks..
From what I've seen the PS move is just as accurate as using a mouse, if not more. @Harry, Why don't you actually reply to me up here? and I'm not a fanboy, and what the hell are you going to report me for? My comment isn't offensive and it isn't spam. Edit: Hey, it's just my opinion, I was never bashing the mouse. Edit 2: If any of you actually read my other posts you would realize I'm not a fanboy.
"From what I've seen the PS move is just as accurate as using a mouse, if not more." Oh lorrrrddd
Okay then. I have two questions for you. Why is your username "psfan" and why has one of your comments on a PS3 article been marked as "Spam"? http://n4g.com/news/570236/...
There is nothing quick, and easy about PC gaming. it is total garbage, and 50% of the time you can't even get the game to run right on your PC or even run at all. PC gaming is such a complete mess it is not even worth bothering with. I will play R.U.S.E. on the far, far, far superior PS3 platform.
Yeah, this game is a prime example of how Move can be integrated into most game types and controller less is not an option.
Haha, steady now little fanboy. Did you just call the Playstation Move a more accurate device than a mouse? Whoah... @Psfan999 the only option given next to your comment is "Report". How convenient..
I dont know whats funnier. That he thinks move is more accurate than a mouse or him saying hes not a fanboy with the name "Psfan999"
Actually Ubisoft has said people will be surprised at just how well the controller work with R.U.S.E. I plan to give the controller every chance before even considering dropping a $120 on MOVE.
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