- Sub Genre:
- Third Person
- Release Date (US):
- May 22nd, 2012
- Release Date (UK):
- May 23rd, 2012
- Online Players:
- The Workshop
- Sony Computer Entertainment
- RP [Rating Pending]
- PSU Rank:
- 0 of 1167 Games
- PSU Rank on PS3:
- 0 of 0 Games
- Additional Information:
- Exclusive to PlayStation 3.
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Move's killer title it isn't, but there's some fun to be had out of the spell combos and potion-mixing.
- Decent storyline and great animation.
- Potion-mixing is cool and where Move works the best.
- Combining spells creates some eye-catching visual effects.
- The camera shifts around just when you don't want it to.
- Picks up movements of Move inconsistently.
- Auto locking on enemies places restraints on your spell-casting.
The most fun we’ve ever had with PlayStation Move was unwrapping it on launch day and giggling like schoolgirls at its resemblance to a vibrating sex aid, but the possibility that Sony would one day create a core game experience that takes real advantage of its true 1:1 motion-sensing capabilities has encouraged us to tuck it away safely in the cabinet right next to the PlayStation 3 ready for that “killer” t...
Sony’s latest PlayStation Move showpiece title, Sorcery, is being seen as one of the last bastions for the company’s motion controller. While we don’t exactly think it’s Move’s killer app, there are a few things about Sorcery that tickle our fancy. And we’re not t...
Spell-binding PlayStation Move title Sorcery hits stores across North America today, and to celebrate, Sony’s conjured up a lush launch trailer for your viewing pleasure. Check it out below. Sorcery is due out in Europe this Friday, and we’ll have our review up for you at some point t...
It wasn’t too long ago we thought Sorcery, the PlayStation Move title, had vanished completely. But it has magically reappeared and is set for launch on May 22. Sony today released a new trailer that shows off the game’s story. The main characters, sorcerer’s apprentice Finn, an...
Sony’s conjured up a new Sorcery trailer for you to gawp at, this time focusing on the wand-waggling adventure’s story. Check it out below. Sorcery is a PlayStation 3-exclusive fantasy game that makes full use of the PlayStation Move controller, allowing gamers to cast ...
PlayStation Move-centric fantasy romp Sorcery will be released in the U.S. on May 22, and arrives in Europe on May 23, Sony has announced. The game was originally unveiled at E3 2010 and went underground for an extended period, before resurfacing last year. Sorcery has players stepping into th...
Following news this week that Sorcery will finally launch in spring 2012, Sony has released a new trailer for the ambitious-looking PlayStation Move title for you to gawp at. Check it out below. Sorcery has players stepping into the shoes of a young apprentice who must get to gri...
Sony’s confirmed that PlayStation Move title Sorcery will be unleashed exclusively on PlayStation 3 in spring 2012. The title was originally announced at E3 2010, though quickly fell off the radar. Fears of the game’s cancellation soon spread across the web, though Sony confirmed last...
Sony’s confirmed that elusive PlayStation Move title Sorcery is still very much in development. The game was unveiled at E3 2010 and received a positive reception from the gaming press, though little else has been shown on the game since. However, speaking to IGN, Sony confirmed that not onl...
Demoed during Sony's E3 Press Conference last year, Sorcery was a Move title that both surprised and wowed the crowd. It was an interesting blend of 1 to 1 motion controls used for combat and puzzle solving. The game was topic of discussion for fans and press alike, but with no further concrete det...
The first set of screens for the upcoming Move game, Sorcery, has been released. As demonstrated at Sony’s press conference yesterday, Sorcery utilizes the Move to allow players to step into the shoes of an apprentice mage. The screens, more of which are available here, show off the HD asp...