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GDC 2010 Screenshots For PlayStation Move Title The Shoot

Sony’s GDC 2010 press conference included a video montage of some of the upcoming titles that will include PlayStation Move motion control support. One of the games that appeared ever so briefly during the presentation was a game called The Shoot. Not much is known about the game at this point, but it appears to involve participating in various movie scenes and meeting scene-specific challenges.

While we wait for Sony to drop some new details, head over to our slick new The Shoot photo gallery to get a sense of what this PS Move title brings to set.

At GDC 2010 today. we talked to Randy Chase, EA Product Marketing Manager, about EA Sports MMA, the mixed martial arts title that coming to the PlayStation 3.

"We were able to borrow some technology," Chase said of EA's gold-standard fighting series Fight Night. "But We really wanted to make this game from scratch. MMA is a totally different sport from boxing."

Check out the video below for more info on this exciting new title for the PS3 and 360:

GDC 2010: What Is EA Sports MMA All About? »


GDC 10: PlayStation Move and Sub-Controller Photo Gallery

During their press conference today at GDC, Sony unveiled their motion controller for the first time and revealed that the contraption would henceforth be know as...PlayStation Move.

Here, we humbly present to you the first promotional pictures of the PlayStation Move in one of our fabulous photo galleries. Check them out.

The Move seems eerily reminiscent of the WiiMote. The Sub-Controller only furthers that comparison, because it looks like a Wii nunchuck, sans wires. What do you think? 

Even if you don't concur with my official analysis, I think we can agree that all anyone wishes for in life are some color changing balls and a game controller that doubles as a giant Everlasting Gobstopper.

Among the many titles on display during GDC, few are nabbing the spotlight quite like Mafia II. We got a glimpse of it during the show, and our very intrepid Editor-in-Chief Adam Sessler interviewed members of the team, including Director of Creative Production, Jack Scalici. Scalici offers plenty of insight into the ways that the team has worked to depict the world of Mafia II, from the post-World War II 1940s through the prosperous 1950s. Check it out below! 

GDC 2010: The Authentic World of Mafia II »


 

The FIFA World Cup is on its way, which means that avid soccer fans have more to love this year than ever before. It also means that the game that serves as the adjunct to the World Cup, 2010 FIFA World Cup, will allow you to get deeper into soccer action than ever before.

Check out this trailer from GDC 2010, and feel yourself getting swept up in the hot futbol action.

 

2010 FIFA World Cup GDC Trailer »


And, as if that weren't enough, we have some screenshots from the game that should make fans get all quivery.

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If you're a golf-y sort of gal or fellow, you may be interested in the videos contained within this post. This foursome of vids show off different exciting aspects of upcoming golf simulator Tiger Woods: PGA Tour 11. It's all in honor of GDC 2010, of course.

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11: Celtic Manor Trailer »


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Sony Reveals Publishers Supporting PlayStation Move During GDC 2010The world now knows Sony’s motion controller is called PlayStation Move, and accompanying that news comes a list of major developers and publisher that will be throwing their support behind the device when it launches this fall.

Hit the break for the full list.

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GDC 2010: PlayStation Move Playable With Sub-Controller During the company's GDC 2010 press conference, Sony announced that the PlayStation Move will be playable with a second, Wii Nunchuk-esque controller, that Sony aptly referred to as the PlayStation Move Sub-Controller.

The sub-controller will feature an analog stick and other standard controller options as well, similar to Nintendo's Wii Nunchuk.

Sony also confirmed during the demonstration that Zipper Interactive’s recently announced SOCOM 4 will be compatible with PlayStation Move and the sub-controller. Whether it will be playable without the secondary controller remains to be seen.

Information about the sub-controller leaked a few days ago, but this is the first official announcement to come from Sony.


GDC 10: Sony Pulls Curtain Back on Motion-Controlled SOCOM 4

If you didn't tune into the  Sony GDC Press Conference, you  missed out on some big live announcements. Aside from the big news regarding PlayStation Move, Sony unveiled a first gameplay look at SOCOM: US Navy SEALs 4, which will support motion controls. Just six days ago, the game was announced for this fall, and the publisher is poised to quickly capitalize on the news. Check out the new SOCOM and Motion Fighters in action in this video:

GDC 2010: SOCOM 4, The Fight: Lights Out on PlayStation Move »


Sony's Sr. VP of Marketing, Peter Dille, claimed that they're saving the best for E3. With the series back in Zipper’s hands and the news coming out of today’s conference, are you excited to get the clan back together?

GDC 2010: Sony Unveils Dukes, A Motion Control Boxing GameNext to light saber battles, hand-to-hand combat is the holy grail of motion control games, and Sony is not disappointing with their newly unveiled PlayStation Move. The company showed off Motion Fighters, a street-fighting game, at their GDC 2010 presentation. Motion Fighters allows for true one-to-one movement controls, including dirty moves, finishing moves and more fight-club style action. Finally, I'll be able to beat my enemies down and not risk any actual physical injury!

No word yet on a release date, but we'll keep you posted.

What do you think? Are you excited for Motion Fighters?

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At its GDC 2010 presentation, Sony revealed that the PlayStation Move motion control system will be used with Sports Champion a collection of mini-games analogous to, perhaps, Wii Sports for the Wii. 

The two games they showed off at GDC: A gladiator game featuring PvP combat action that allows you to use two motion controllers at once and a table tennis game.

Here, now, the video from the GDC 2010 Sony Press Conference.

Sony PlayStation Move Demos from GDC 2010 »


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GDC 2010: Sony Motion Controller Officially Called PlayStation Move

Updated 4:20 PM: Sony just revealed that the PlayStation Move will be available in a variety of packages. The only price point Sony is sharing at this time is the PlayStation Move Starter Kit, which will include the motion controller, a PlayStation Eye camera and a game, all for under $100. The controller will also be sold individually, and there will also be a bundle that will include everything in the starter bundle plus a PS3 console.

Check out the video announcement from the GDC 2010 Press Conference.

Sony Debuts PlayStation Move at GDC 2010 »


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Disney's Guilty Party GDC 2010 Preview

Disney's Guilty Party is a family game for the Wii that features clue gathering and mini games to help you determine who committed such heinous crimes as "Who Ate My Pudding?" Grab your trusty magnifying glass and check out Eric Eckstein's preview of the game from GDC 2010.

"There's a party on my Wii and everybody's invited!  The party in this case is Disney's Guilty Party, a new family-friendly mystery-infused game for the Wii.  This is the first title by Wideload Games post-acquisition by Disney, and immediately, you can see how in sync the project is with Disney's vision.  Individual characters look and feel like Disney mainstays which are accessible, fun and inoffensive, while the game itself offers plenty of fun “crime” solving mini-games for kids of all ages."

Check out some screenshots from the game here.

Click here for the entire preview, and don't forget to visit our treasure trove of GDC 2010 information to get the scoop on all of the goings-on from San Francisco.





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GDC 2010 Preview: Split/Second

Split/Second is one of those games that you just can’t help but want to see more of, because what it brings to the table is so inherently appealing that it’s impossible to resist (Fast cars. Explosions. Come on!). But don’t take my word for it. Andrew Pfister took the game for a bridge-collapsing spin during GDC 2010, and here’s what he had to say:

"The races in Split/Second are extremely tense – in my demo race, at least, the pack stayed together throughout most of the course, trading paint and destructive Power Play attacks (smaller explosions that you can set off after accruing enough power)."

Andrew's full preview can be viewed right here. More GDC info can be found at our GDC 2010 content mothership.

OnLive Gaming Service GDC 2009

When it was unveiled at last year's Game Developers Conference, OnLive made big waves and had everyone talking. After 12 months of speculation about the service, MCV revealed details on the service's release date and subscription model. According to the report, the service will launch on PCs and Macs on June 17 with a monthly subscription fee of $14.95. EA, Ubisoft, Take-Two, THQ, and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment will support OnLive with titles from their library of games. The details were also made available during an event at GDC earlier this morning.

OnLive COO Mike McGarvey (no relation to yours truly, but nice name!) provided some details on what you can expect regarding game access, saying, "Individual titles will be available for purchase or rental on an a la carte basis. Specific game pricing, including rentals,purchases and loyalty programs, will be announced prior to the consumer launch event at E3. We’ll also be announcing additional loyalty and discount programs for consumers in the coming months."

MCV also indicated that more details on game titles and pricing for purchase will become available closer to the June launch. For now, the article states that McGarvey confirmed that Assassin's Creed II, Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands, and Metro 2033 will launch with OnLive.

So, there you have it. I find the prospect of OnLive intriguing, and it's telling that in light of Ubisoft's controversial DRM practices on PC, they're throwing a lot of weight behing the service. If you can play games on your PC without lag or concern for download times, will you give OnLive a spin?

Source: MCV

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