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Sony showed off a number of games for their motion controller, including updates to currently available ones

In addition to Sports Champions (which, let's be honest, may as well be called "PS3 Sports," but you can't blame Sony for following the money), Sony also announced a slew of other games that'll use the PlayStation Move motion controller, including Move Party, Little Big Planet, EyePet, Motion Fighters, and the recently revealed SOCOM 4.
First up was Move Party, which seems to be an amalgam of random mini-games with a bit of a WarioWare vibe, but also the "augmented reality" style of games the PlayStation Eye (and EyeToy on the PS2) often featured. It shows the player on the screen in each mini-game, but with the Move controller replaced by what each mini-game requires. The demonstration included mini-games where the Move controller was used to swat bugs with a tennis racket, color in shapes as though it was a paintbrush, or, uh, cut someone's hair as though the controller was an electric clipper. Again, it was all very fast-paced in a WarioWare style.

Motion Fighter was about what the name implies. The player controlled the character with a behind-the-back view, and common-sense motions translated into the game -- throwing punches, crouching, leaning side-to-side, etc. You can change the aim of your punches, throw special kinds like hooks and uppercuts, or even throw a spinning elbow strike. Unfortunately, the spinning elbow didn't work the first time (precision!), but the player demoing the game got it to work on a second attempt.

Then there was SOCOM 4, where the Move controller was used to aim and a "sub-controller" -- basically like a wireless Wii nunchuck controller -- was used to move the character around (Sony has also clarified a Dual Shock can be used for movement in place of the sub-controller). The demo player looked to be in a pretty relaxed position, showing not every game would require big, exaggerated movements. Sony also stressed SOCOM 4 will also be playable with just a Dual Shock if the motion controls aren't appealing to everyone. In fact, Sony explained games could come with both a motion-control version and a standard version on the same Blu-ray disc.

Other games shown were Little Big Planet, where one player could control the Sackboy with a Dual Shock while another edited the level using a Move controller; and EyePet, where the controller was used to wash the pet, or to move around a trampoline for it to bounce on, and also to draw on the screen (to be honest, we didn't quite pick up how that affects the game).


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socom with a motion controller? :\


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Sigs by Blacksun, thanks a lot!!

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sounds interesting


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how can this work

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maybe you use a pistol


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