Motion Controls, The Most Popular And Most Broken Idea Gaming Ever Had

It was an idea so good that it vaulted Nintendo into first place last-gen with a console using last-last-gen technology. It was an idea so flawed that a Kotaku reader—the moment this series of best and worst features of the outgoing console generation was announced—shredded it. Motion controls... boy did they mostly… » 10/15/13 2:50pm 10/15/13 2:50pm

Portal 2’s PS3 Version Gets New, Free Co-Op DLC Today

A while back, Sixense Studios delivered the InMotion DLC—which consisted of a bunch of new levels optimized for for the system’s Move controller—to the PS3 version of Portal 2. Now, that version of Valve’s hit sequel will be getting new co-op content, rolling out to today as a free update. » 6/06/13 2:30pm 6/06/13 2:30pm

Sony Could Be Making A PlayStation Controller That Can Split In Half

Yesterday, a patent filed by Sony Computer Entertainment way back in May of 2011 was finally published, revealing designs for a new PlayStation Move controller that's essentially a Sixaxis crossbred with the OG Move and given the power to split in twain. Combiform team, eat your heart out. » 11/30/12 10:40am 11/30/12 10:40am

That Harry Potter-like Spellbook for PlayStation Move Is On Sale in…

Wonderbook; The Book of Spells, the not-really-Harry-Potter-but-endorsed-by-J.K.-Rowling-so-you-think-it-is bundle of game and hardware, is gonna hit shelves in November, Sony said earlier today. » 9/06/12 10:00pm 9/06/12 10:00pm

The Flex-Fire Is PlayStation Move Shooting, But with a Bender

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. » 9/09/11 11:00am 9/09/11 11:00am