Sports Champions 2 was set up in the corner of a recent Sony showcase, and, honestly, I felt bad for it.
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.
E3 is a den of promises. Promises sell products. And according to the cynics of the world, promises are meant to be broken.
On the left of your screen, Sports Champions for the PlayStation Move. On the right, Dance Central for Kinect. And in the middle? One man trying to play both games at the same time.
A trio of sinister skeletal figures joins the cast of Sony's PlayStation Move sports game this week, as the Haunted Pack brings the undead back to Sports Champions.
What makes this promotional video isn't the Sports Champions gameplay. Rather, it's the sheer number of outfits worn in it. I lost count. No, really, I did.
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Sports Champions is bound to be the most owned Playstation Move game when the motion-detecting peripheral hits the Playstation 3 on Sept. 19.
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We've been trying to notice every little thing about the PlayStation Move this week. Each detail is telling. Here are two surprise Move maneuvers I witnessed during demos of Move this past week at Game Developers Conference.
Here's video of two of the six games available in Sports Champions for the PlayStation Move, a table tennis game and a gladiator competition.
Among the titles for the PS3's Move motion controller being shown off at the Game Developers Conference today is Sports Champions, a very familiar sounding casual sports title.