Move is definitely lacking on the software side. Lets hope E-3 brings some good news about some new titles. It over 10 miilion now and we need more games built for it.
Sony Computer Entertainment UK boss Fergal Gara has acknowledged thatMove has yet to live up to its potential on the software side of things.
But speaking to our friends at Official PlayStation Magazine UK, the exec said Sony's upcoming Move games give him a lot of hope for the future."What I'm thinking is that it's better suited towards the casual market, certainly, but we also are pretty clear that we could have done a better job on the titles we've had and we've brought to market for the PlayStation Move," Gara said.
"As you've said, great tech, probably not so great applications so far," he continued. "So there's a job for us to do on the strength of games, and having seen what's forthcoming gives me great hope that we can do a better job with Move as we look forward. So we're certainly not forgetting about it."
Gara's comments come in the same week Sony said it has shipped 10.5 million Move units worldwide. The platform holder also dated its next Move-exclusive PS3 game today. Sorcery will launch in Europe on May 23.
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I dunno, Heavy Rain, inFamous 2, KZ 3, Resistance 3, SOCOM 4, Sly Collection, LBP2, Child of Eden were all great games for me. I look forward to playing Dust 514, Bioshock Infinite, Counter Strike: GO, Sorcery, Ninja Gaiden and quite likely Aliens: Colonial Marines this year with Move...
Seems like a matter of opinion huh, I think there has been lots of great Move games.
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yea, but none of those games weren't built specifically for move. Not like the title Sorcery. Hopefully we get some E-3 surprises but I won't get my hopes up.
We will be seeing more Move titles this year, Koller has stated it will be pushed along with Vita and 3D this year by Sony. There is Datura and Sorcery announced so far.
But yeah, a game with Move is a game with Move, regardless if it was built from scratch with it in mind or if it is one of the many fine titles that acquired a new and interesting way to interface with the game using the tech.
I do want to see some more Move only games, didn't buy it as an optional controller.
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Still, for those who need a games to be exclusively Move, things will reportedly pick up this year.
I'll gladly accept some move only adventure titles like Sorcery but if the move only games are just dance around type games then I'd rather see it implemented into more core games as an option.
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