There’s so much coming out of E3, and we’re afraid you might miss some of it, so we thought this summary from playstation.com of their conference might help keep you in the loop.
Michael Jackson Experience is out today on XBOX360 – Kinect and PS3 – Move. Megarom inform us that one of their PR person was voted to do a video of themselves dancing to the game. A vote was passed and Megarom have now planned to do a “performace” showing off Michael Jacksons Experience. You can find a sneak peak video on the Megarom facebook page.
Dark Energy Digital has announced that WSC Real 11, the official game of snooker, will feature full PlayStation Move support as well as ‘Real Cue Action’ which is an ‘exciting’ feature that allows precision aim functionality when using the PlayStation Move controller.
“Players can use the Move controller to take shots like a pro for an even more realistic snooker experience,” state Dark Energy Digital in a press release.
THQ and Zuffa are expanding UFC franchise with UFC Personal Trainer: The Ultimate Fitness System. The fitness title is designed by the National Academy of Sports Medicine with support from leading mixed martial arts (MMA) training experts Mark DellaGrotte, Greg Jackson and Javier Mendez, who have worked with renowned UFC fighters such Jon Jones, Cain Velasquez and Frank Mir.
Sales are up for Ubisoft as the publisher releases their resultds for the third quarter of 2010-11. The publishing giant came to €600 million, up 21.2% over the €495 million recorded for the same period of 2009-10. These results were significantly higher than the firm’s forecast of around €520 million.
The FPS that (according to the press release) “invites players to rediscover at last what made multiplayer shooters so enjoyable…” arrives on the PlayStation Network next Wednesday, 19 January, for a rather reasonable…$8.00!
The game is a “mission-driven, realistic modern-war FPS that emphasizes “teamwork and skill” while aiming to be a “fun and realistic game designed to provide constant challenge to players”.
Multiplayer matches are played in 16-player battles across 6 modes, including Team Deathmatch and Domination. It is also “the first shooter to use the PlayStation Move motion controller for an unprecedented level of combat immersion.”
EA announced today that the upcoming Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 12: The Masters will feature – yes you guessed it – the Masters. This will be the first time in franchise’s history, and players will be able to step onto the “hallowed grounds of Augusta National, experience the rich history and tradition of the Masters Tournament and begin their own journey to capture the most sought-after prize in professional golf – the Green Jacket.”
The game goes on sale in North America on March 29 and worldwide on April 1, and will be available on the Wii, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 – which will support the PlayStation Move. Exclusively on the PlayStation 3 will be Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 12 Collector’s Edition which will include The Masters plus five additional courses.
This rather unique controller has been released for the PS3 by CTA Digital. Why unique? Because it works on both regular and Move-enabled games on the PS3.
Apparently, the rifle has an “innovative and unique dual-trigger functionality” and the dual-triggers are linked with both the R1 button of the Dualshock controller, as well as the T button of the Move Motion Controller.