Developer Santa Monica Studio and Polish demoscene group Plastic of God of War fame have released 2 new videos of the mystery PlayStation 3 Move game.
where are the videos ?
The two videos have been out for ages! This is quite old (relating to the new vids anyway) http://www.eurogamer.net/ar...
for a moment i thought the hand will touch the statues breast :P apparently its from the makers of Linger in Shadows, that strange PSN "interactive art",I'm getting a Myst meets Silent Hill vibe from this one
I believe Eurogamer got sent the 2 videos
I don't get the joke. Will some one please explain?
come on santa monica! just tell us wat this game is! this game looks pretty cool, and judging from this video, this game is going 2 be rated m/18. because of the statue with one breast naked.
if it turns out ur controlling a blind guy seeing the world as what he touches it im gonna buy a ps move for it
i think its about time i invest in a move to try it out on all these games that it supports hardcore and casual.
Looks creepy :|
It looks hauntingly beautiful. It looks like the person got run off the road by a truck and found a door to a mysterious forest. I wonder what it will be like? Point and click like Myst? Adventure like Zelda? Hardcore and epic like GOW? Creepy like Condemned? Dramatic and heart wrenching like Heavy Rain.
the detail of this game looks like CGI O_O
looks like part 2 of Flower, im calling it Leaf!
That environment is really cool, but eerie. What's up with the pigs?
it looks very cool! i want to see more gameplay...
Ok so I'm on a PlayStation move trip right now. Based off the secret long live play trailer wat if it was a god of war remake or reboot with the game centered around the move...jus a guess...
I can't picture Kratos driving a car. Even if he somehow did for some reason, he would not swerve away from that pig.
No ones done a game based on touch like this that I can remember. Do you see how the hand changes as it reacts to the different surfaces it contacts. A game that combines the 1 to 1 of ps move with a really great procedural hand modeling/collision detection system (between the hand and environment, so you feel like you can reach in and touch the world). It could lead to some really cool new kinds of experiences if done right.
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