I just got copies of May PlayStation 3 exclusives Sorcery and Starhawk. Can we agree that maybe the PS3 boxart czar needs to mix up his/her concepts a little more?
Nearly two years ago at E3 2010, Sony showed off a game that demonstrated the true potential the PlayStation Move. Today it quietly slips onto retail shelves. Anyone excited for Sorcery?
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.
E3 is a den of promises. Promises sell products. And according to the cynics of the world, promises are meant to be broken.
The PlayStation Move magic game Sorcery charmed us when presented on stage at E3 earlier this year. Does the enchantment hold now that we've played it ourselves?