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.
Answering the call of Android gamers frustrated by virtual joysticks, Dancing Pixel Studios' Sixaxis Controller can grant your PlayStation 3 controller power over your mobile games, as long as the device is right.
A popular method of adding more immersion to video games could make a life or death difference to doctors using robotic proxies to perform delicate surgery.
When the PS3 launched in 2006, the SIXAXIS controller did not have rumble support. It had motion control, but like I just said, no rumble. And I found myself playing more Xbox 360 games.
The newly-announced iPhone 4 adds a 3-axis gyroscope to the motion-sensing mix, tied together with the accelerometer and built-in GPS to provide 6-axis motion sensing gaming.
It looks like those red and blue Playstation 3 controllers may be arriving a bit earlier than expected.
While Japan has a few different PS3 colours to choose from, Americans are stuck with...black. Oh, and a silver controller. But only until October, because in October, there'll be two new controller shades to choose from.
Nintendo's sequel to a game nobody thought needed a sequel is out next month, is impressive and could be the best thing for hardcore gamers on the Wii since, what, Metroid?
Katamari Damacy and Noby Noby Boy creator Keita Takahashi gave Game Developers Conference attendees a chance to learn "All About Noby Noby Boy" today, including that the game was originally developed on the Xbox 360.
A Sony rep has just confirmed to Kotaku that Sony Computer Entertainment America has no plans to echo Sony Europe's move to clear out PlayStation 3 Sixaxis controllers by bundling them with games.
According to a report over at GamesIndustry.biz, Sony's next motion-sensing controller is closer to fruition than we may have though. Citing various industry sources, GI explains that the company is working on a controller that breaks into two pieces, each containing an accelerometer for Wii-like motion sensing…
Hey, Americans, are you enjoying your DualShock 3? I sure am. Got mine from Japan, where they're enjoying it also. How about you, Europe? Oh. That's right. They're not out there yet. Silly me, should have known. Ah well, chin up! They'll probably be there soon, because Sony are about to start bundling their leftover,…