Sure, the company's Tokyo Game Show keynote
was a bit of a bore, but in a second press conference for Japanese media, Sony did what it could to make up for it by revealing Biohazard 5: Alternative Edition
, the first PS3 title we've heard of to support the new motion controllers
-- and better still, it's due out Spring 2010. Also confirmed is the existence of 13 first-party titles with motion support coming at some point next year, including Pain, EyePet
. Both Biohazard 5
(known in the US as Resident Evil 5
) and a LittleBigPlanet
tech demo were shown on stage, and pics from the announcement are being uploaded now, so stay tuned!
Some new details of the LittleBigPlanet
motion control demo from our friend Ittousai of Engadget Japan. In the presentation, one player was playing the normal way via DualShock while a second person was "assisting" by means of the motion control.
LittleBigPlanet motion control tech demo