Entries in 'motion' (90)
Sony could be preparing a new version of its Move controller for PS4.
The next stage in the motion control revolution could be upon us.
One of the new elements in FIFA this year is the inclusion of Kinect and Move. But is this really what FIFA needs? Or are these just introductions to please ...
A brand new peripheral is threatening to eclipse the advances made by technologies such as Kinect.
Nintendo has predicted sales of Wii Remote Plus will jump when mini-game collection Wii Play: Motion is released this Friday (June 24th).
David Yarnton says Wii U sceptics will be silenced once they’ve played it and as third-party support keeps ramping up.
Nintendo has announced that Wii Play: Motion will be released in the UK on June 24th.
Crysis 2 will push the console visual envelope when its released next month, but one thing it won't do is add weight to the growing motion control movement.
The arrival of Killzone 3 on February 25th marks a big step forward for traditional console gaming and motion controllers. In fact, Guerilla Games believes that it could be the ...
Kinect creators PrimeSense Immersive Natural Interaction has revealed a new Kinect-like motion camera for the PC.
SCEE chief Andrew House claims Microsoft will ‘hit a wall’ when creating new games for Kinect.
While initial consumer reaction to the Kinect appears to be positive, it is too early to ascertain whether this new concept in gaming will revolutionise the market. Its social-oriented games ...
Platform holder Sony has for the first time revealed some early sales numbers for Move, which was launched in mid-September.
With the release of Halo Reach just days behind us the video games industry is already bracing itself for the second big launch of the week – the PlayStation Move.
The trade will be treated to a good old fashioned format war next week when Sony steps into the motion controller ring – toe-to-toe with Nintendo, and two months before ...
Microsoft’s mixed message over its ambitions to market the Kinect motion cameras to the traditional hardcore Xbox 360 audience continues.
Ubisoft’s leftfield range of games for Kinect, 3DS and more will help give consumers a reason to buy new games hardware.
Support for Microsoft’s Kinect has not been confirmed for Metal Gear Solid: Rising, a producer working on the game has confirmed.