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Say you're interested in No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise, but you have no imagination. How best to communicate the Move controls to you? Japanese publisher Marvelous has figured it out, by having someone dressed as Travis Touchdown demonstrate the game using the PS3 motion controller. That wa...

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If you just paid attention to the marketing for Child of Eden, you'd think it was an Xbox 360 exclusive. But there's totally a PS3 version coming out in September. According to Q? Entertainment producer James Mielke, the delay had nothing to do with Microsoft moneyhats, and everything to do with ...

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LittleBigPlanet 2's upcoming, Move-integrated expansion can't really be classified as anything other than relentless. When Media Molecule launched the game this past January, the possibilities for prospective creator-curators were limitless -- as evidenced by the community's daily discoveries of ...

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The half-hour long uninterrupted PixelJunk lifelike preview shown to E3 attendees was prefaced with virtually no introduction or explanation, save for Q-Games founder Dylan Cuthbert explaining to the crowd that the game which was about to be demonstrated is not a game, so that we logically should...

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This is totally blowing our minds. So Sony has an existing franchise called MediEvil, that is totally about a skeleton guy with swords and stuff. But the new PlayStation Move game it announced for PS3, Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest, which has the word "medieval" in the title and is totally abo...

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So close, and yet -- no! Just close. Very close to achieving a rare E3 prediction Bingo, as seen in the marked-out card above. There was certainly no shortage of news between the pricing and naming of the PS Vita and a metric ton of Uncharted demos -- but man, if we'd gotten a new PS3 bundle, we ...

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Creator curators, your wait for LittleBigPlanet 2's promised suite of PlayStation Move functionality is drawing to a close. Jack Tretton just announced at Sony's E3 press conference that an update scheduled for this September will allow users to fill their levels with the Move-based tools that we...

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Well, this is ... odd. Sony just announced a new Move-centric action game from the developers of Sports Champions: Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest. It's an action game, featuring a skeleton lead character, and it's got "Medieval" in the name. But it's not, as the coolest among you may be suspect...

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NBA 2K12 will feature unique Move functionality on the PS3, it was revealed during Sony's E3 2011 press conference. B-ballers move around the court on their own, and using the Move controller (we didn't see a Nav controller in use), the player can point at anybody on their squad and control them....

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While it may seem unthinkable, Ubisoft took the wraps off of Just Dance 3, the latest sequel to its massively successful series of dancing and/or embarrassment simulators. The trailer featured all sorts of professionally attractive people having a good time and who are we to judge them? Have you ...

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A patent filed by Sony back in November 2009 (and recently published) with the USPTO seems to indicate that the company was once exploring methods of integrating its colorfully-tipped Move controllers into its handheld video games. The patent in question is for a dock which, in an attached illust...

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With PSN still down, now is the perfect time to pick up some PlayStation Move software. What better time to play some games with real friends in front of the couch? At least, we can only assume that's the reasoning behind GameStop's buy one, get one free deal on PlayStation Move games. This weeke...

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The crazy thing is: Yahtzee played with a giant rubber bawl and bowling pins, instead of the traditional cup and dice, is actually a better idea for a video game -- especially one compatible with Kinect and PlayStation Move. The crazier thing is: The Family Game Night 4 video game includes few...

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