Move-Enabling Patches May Cost You

Looking forward to the Move-capable updates of Heavy Rain and Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition? We imagine there are several more updates on the horizon, but you'd imagine having already bought the game and controller you wouldn't have to shell out again to use them together. Well, you might be wrong.

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LeeRoyJenkins3015d ago

It only does charging for patches.

8800gtx3015d ago (Edited 3015d ago )

They charge for upressing older games from the PS2 era(Something which depending on hardware, happens for free on older PC games) call them remakes lol. Its a company after all making patches will cost them man hours, Why should this come as a surprise?


Fishy Fingers3014d ago (Edited 3014d ago )

I think your confused. The quote indicated that 3rd party publishers may charge. This is a Sony Q&A, they cant categorically say either way if they (3rd party) will charge or not. Sony obviously wont charge (1st party games), they want people to buy Move, or those with Move, existing games.

spektical3014d ago

8800gtx was dropped on his head when he was a baby.

nycredude3014d ago

He must have if he thinks his card is still relevant.

RageAgainstTheMShine3014d ago

oh my goodness another gizmodo/kotaku website
to make PS3 gamers lives miserable!
I thought thier kind is getting extinct...

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TheLastGuardian3014d ago

It only makes sence. The Developers Had to work extra to design the move gameplay and they have to get payed. But if they are going to charge for a move patch for Resi 5 there is absolutely no reason why I shouldn't be able to play it on my launch copy that me and the real fans bought.

itsralf3014d ago

Capcom already stated that the Gold edition would be the only version with Move support. I also believe that the patch will be free. I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure the profits from the Gold edition were used to fund the Move patch. That was the whole point of them selling it.

I mean, that's the logical conclusion I come to... But Capcom is a somewhat greedy business, so who knows what they'll do. I'd be pissed if I bought the launch version, the Versus DLC, the Gold version and THEN i had to buy the patch for move. That's just shitty business. If that's how it plays out, screw Capcom. They'll be on my shitlist right next to Activision.

lokiroo4203014d ago

Money for added experiences >>> $10 because MS says they want more.

T9X693015d ago

If they charge for a patch for any game to enable Move support, that is just pathetic.

ActionBastard3014d ago

Shame you didn't understand what was written.

evrfighter3014d ago

sound like they want 3rd party developers to start doing it so that they don't end up looking like the bad guys.

jdktech20103014d ago

It makes sense....they're doing additional work they didn't get paid for in the initial purchase of the game. That being said, it's a shocker that Sony is a company that wants money just like Microsoft....Oh noes, what will the fanboys say now? (not trying to start a war, just pointing out a point)

ActionBastard3014d ago

I doubt Sony will charge for 1st party titles, but EA/ACTI/Ubi/THQ/2K can do what they want. Online pass anyone?

wiggles3014d ago

It's probably safe to say that RE5 Will be forced to pay for Move support being that they charged for versus.

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