At the same conference Move presentation of PlayStation games were presented several operational. SOCOM 4, Little Big Planet, and Motion Sports Champions Fighter. These last two are especially designed for control, are equivalent to Wii Sports on Wii.
The game re already familiar. But how to control it is new and very well designed. We showed in cooperative mode. One is responsible for controlling the other player suckboy and move objects to help you pass, throw farther, and so on. But then to play with 4 characters need 8 people?
Motion Fighter and SOCOM 4
In the case of the first looks like a steroid version of the game Wii Sports Boxing. It is practically the same, but with better graphics and physical and street fighting. This game is where you can notice a slight delay between the movement and what you see on the screen even as we mentioned earlier, even lacks enough development.
In the case of SOCOM 4 is where I think: is it really necessary to use the Move to play PlayStation? The player spends the demo0stracion sitting in a chair without moving a muscle. I bet you play like that on the joystick of all life is infinitely more comfortable.
Two games were in this part: a kind of gladiatorial combat and a game of Ping Pong. The first is what we all expected to see. Can fight with a sword in one hand and a shield in the other. In this case Sony does it well, because you need two controllers (one in each hand) to play this way. But it's super original. Also the character can do special moves and jumps. An RPG game or something like that with this system of movement would be good.
Then came a game of Ping Pong with a pretty realistic and accurate movements. It takes into account until the force that we give the blow. Again I say the same, with friends should be fun.
And that's practically all that showed the PlayStation Move at the conference. Will convinces this new driver for the PlayStation 3? Spend money on it? Is it a revolution or a flop?