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  • PlayStation Move Title Motion Fighter Now Called The Fight: Lights Out

    Sony has revealed that Motion Fighter, the PlayStation Move title that debuted during this year’s Game Developer Conference, has officially ditched its working title in favor of the much punchier (get it?) The Fight: Lights Out. Producer John McLaughlin posted on the Official PlayStation Blog that the game is currently in alpha, and...

    Posted April 16, 2010

    PlayStation Move Title Motion Fighter Now Called The Fight: Lights Out
  • GDC 2010 Preview: The Fight: Lights Out

    The world's introduction to the PlayStation Move title The Fight: Lights Out came only a day ago at the Sony GDC press conference, so these screenshots and the first previews are all we know about the game. According to Patrick Klepek: "The game's making your movements look a hell of a lot cooler than how you'll look to people watching you...

    Posted March 11, 2010

    GDC 2010 Preview: The Fight: Lights Out
  • The Fight: Lights Out Video Review

    Posted: December 2, 2010

    10,552 Views | 02:37

  • The Fight: Lights Out Gamescom 2010 Trailer

    Posted: August 19, 2010

    8,583 Views | 01:36

  • Sony Comic-Con 2010 Preview

    Posted: August 2, 2010

    9,471 Views | 02:49

  • The Fight: Lights Out Comic-Con 2010 Interview

    Posted: July 23, 2010

    5,036 Views | 01:47

  • E3 2010 Sony Press Conference: 3D Games

    Posted: June 15, 2010

    8,611 Views | 02:06


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