Adam and Morgan Discuss Sony at E3 2010

Posted: June 28, 2010
Adam and Morgan Discuss Sony at E3 2010
Adam Sessler and Morgan Webb talk about their impressions of Sony's offerings from E3 2010. Find out what they thought of PlayStation Move, inFAMOUS 2 and other Sony announcements.

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  • Mooninite4life

    iu love infamous soo im happy for that, hahahahah playstation move is a 100$ wii mote! i cant believe the controller looks like a wiimote and the games are not that impresive. ill try it out but its going to be like the wii. i can care less about the 3D BS! all sony was doing was showing off a 50,00$ BS and only a handful of games coming out, ill stick with the 3DS

    Posted: July 4, 2010 3:06 PM
  • JROD0823

    While I love Adam and Morgan's generally honest opinions, I fail to hear them say anything worthwhile as to a better solution to the Move's styling versus performance. That's because they have no better solution to it because for now, there is none. They need to stop bashing true technological innovation just to make a show seem more entertaining, because at times their opinions can be a bit biased towards M$.

    Posted: June 30, 2010 12:21 AM
  • ideasNOTfacts

    About seventy million people bought a Wii and call it nothing more than a gimick. Now Sony with precision on its side, decides to step up with the most advanced motion capturing device (compared to its competition). Yes its the most adavanced of the three. Gyrometers, magnometers, accelometers, and the light on top (basic physics, light is the fastest proven speed in the universe). All of those allow for 1:1 tracking. Eh, but enough of the nerdfest. If your a Wii owner, im pretty sure they are just thinking, "Why would I want a more advanced version of what already has failed meh?!" "Kinect... hmm, looks kinda like what my Wii is capable of doing... but without a remote!!" I watched E3... and I saw three companies show their true colors. Microsoft = wants Nintendos share of the pie. Nintendo = not give a damn... Nintendo fanboys = bent over and raped, seriously... Zero good hardcore games... sucks to be you... obviously doesnt apply to every person that has a Wii though. Sony = Appeals to hardcore <=== (What the people from the Nintendo department want so bad).(Again, doesnt apply to all of them). In the end, yes Move will be what was "needed" to remove gimick from our minds. As for now, it will be underappreciated. The game company that develops a game that has bowling, boxing, cooking, adventuring, shooting/archery, etc all in ONE game correctly will be the one to rise above the rest. My two cents on that matter... Final Fantasy 14 would be a pretty good way to get that across. Like my name says ideasNOTfacts. I hope nobody takes any offense to my input, afterall its just an opinion, dont flip out.

    Posted: June 29, 2010 2:56 PM
  • deathtomonalisa

    it is funny that ign has a very different view than G4 saying it looks to be able to capture the hardcore market. In the end if a game like socom 4 can get a good rating with move controls people can be closer to saying it might be a good idea.

    Posted: June 29, 2010 10:31 AM
  • obanana1

    ps3 is the best "not perfect" gaming console there is and i think that THE MOVE is a great addition to the ps3 by adding the WII controller "improved duh :) " and the PS3 graphics and the new games coming.there isnt any way to fill up the summer or winter vacation.

    Posted: June 29, 2010 12:08 AM
  • CareyGrant

    Yeah, I think Sony is a few years late to the party... JUST like Micro$oft's ill-named and underwhelming Kinect. I do hope X-Play shows the same critical eye and parity towards Micro$oft's Kinect.

    It seems like Sony, in recent g4 coverage, has borne the brunt/majority of criticism in the Johnny-come-Latelys to the casual gaming market and motion control add-ons.

    Posted: June 28, 2010 11:13 PM
  • xJavonta

    Agreed. It looks really silly and gimmicky but once we get a great exclusive thats when It'll start to boom.

    Posted: June 28, 2010 6:23 PM