New Tech Demo Video Showing off Playstation Move

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  1. Terminator02
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    You’ll notice that Anton was comfortably sitting on a couch when using the PlayStation Move controllers and the PlayStation Eye never reacted negatively to its reflection from our wall of monitors. These aren’t gesture triggering animations, folks, but true 1:1 gameplay.

    With Killzone 3, R.U.S.E, Dead Space: Extraction, Tumble, and The Fight: Lights Out already using some of the tools shown in these tech demos, developers — and gamers — will have plenty of high-tech new toys to play with.[/p]
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    That looks so awesome [​IMG]
     
  2. Canonbeat234

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    It is impressive to say the least.
     
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    I want that guy's job.
     
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    still the wands are terribly gay. great stuff though
     
  5. mercluke

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    as you could see with the vine and claws part, collision detection will be pretty much thrown out the window without something physically stopping you from moving your ps move wand through an object in-game [​IMG]
     
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    it was only a tech demo, the vines weren't even touchable, they just served as a guide for where he should go.

    all of this stuff is just showing off potential uses
     
  7. mercluke

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    doesn't change the fact that in games you will have a problem of physically moving your move further then it does in the game due to it colliding with something with nothing to stop your hand from moving irl
     
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    i can't wait to see what's next from nintendo to see how sony will improve on it 4 years later.