OK. My mind is blown. Sony published a patent this week for a video game controller that heats up or cools down as you're playing a game. It sounds kind of dangerous. And it sounds kind of awesome.
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If I were to ask you what the one thing was that it would take to get you to dust off your Playstation Move, my guess is that you wouldn't say a steering wheel attachment.
Okami is coming to the PlayStation 3 in 1080p—that's full HD! The game was originally released on the PlayStation 2, and while it was a beautiful game, hi-def graphics are going to make Okami sparkle.
There goes Sony again, blowing its massive announcements the week before E3. Sports Champions 2 is coming this fall, new that no doubt have several PlayStation 3 owners wondering where they put that Move controller. to celebrate, Sony rolls out a non-traditional gamer glamour reel.
In today's moving edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Aikage teases us all with stop motion porn. Oh, and he mentions the PlayStation Move controller as well. Which is more exciting? Both, probably.
At GDC, Sony engineer Gabe Ahn proclaimed that 10 million PlayStation Move units have been shipped to retailers since the motion-control system was released in late 2010.
Have you purchased add-ons like controllers, headsets, or glowing balls-on-sticks for the PlayStation 3 in the weeks leading up to Christmas? Why would you do that? Didn't you know Sony's Play Days sale was coming?
I've shown you how the upcoming PS3 motion magic title handles and now these new screens let you peer into the underworld you'll be adventuring through. As previously mentioned, the prestidigitation magic title will be available next spring.
Once upon a time, there was a PS3 exclusive called Sorcery. It looked like the kind of high-definition motion-control game that would pull in gamers skeptical of what Sony's Move controller could do. It even got nominated as one of the best games Kotaku saw at last year's E3. Yet, it suddenly and mysteriously…
Lots of folks have wondered about whatever happened to PS3 exclusive Sorcery. After more than a year of silence, Sony' just announced that the Move-centric motion-control game will hit in Spring 2012. Look for our hands-on impressions later today.
Sony recently released a handful of jaw-dropping commercials that looked straight out of sci-fi. In the commercials, Sony created a real holodeck—like out of Star Trek. Today, Sony revealed how it did this.
Last year Aksys Games gave many Western gamers their first encounter with character pillow covers and breast mouse pads with Record of Agarest War. Unfortunately the game packed with these goodies wasn't particularly good. Second time's the charm, right?
The photos, courtesy of website Game Watch Impress, depict the Sony 3D headset—something we have seen before. What we haven't seen is how goofy people look while wearing it and playing PS3 games—especially with peripherals.
Remember that PlayStation Move controller you bought last year? Well, they're still making games for it! Resistance 3, for example, is fully playable with PlayStation Move and that just came out.
Today is the day, LittleBigPlaneteers! The day Media Molecule's second helping of sackboy madness is controllable via Sony's glowing future lollipop. Is $9.99 too much to ask? How's about they throw in a little Cakeling?
We are about a year into hardcore shooter gaming played with the PlayStation Move—an experience that, from day one, is assumed to demand one play it with something that resembles a rifle, without ever asking if we really should.
We would never call master filmmaker Freddie Wong a sell-out. But, the use of the SharpShooter and the Resistance 3 setting (with animations by Insomniac Games), right as both are part of a big ad campaign, does make it seem this was, well, commissioned.
LittleBigPlanet 2 will roll a PlayStation Move-enabled DLC pack on Sept. 14. Pricing isn't set yet, but with the ability to create Move-enabled Sackboy games, as that video shows, this could be the most useful application of that controller's features of any PS3 game out there.
If you purchased the first edition of No More Heroes Red Zone Edition, you got some special content, such as the ability to move the camera around in a "Forbidden Viewer Mode" as well as four types of beam katanas.