Sony Also Releasing PlayStation Move Demos On PSN

By Spencer . September 6, 2010 . 11:53am

arch_03 copyAlready have a PlayStation Eye from The Eye of Judgment? Then you won’t get a demo disc, but don’t worry Sony will give new Move owners a chance to try out a selection of their PlayStation Move line up after the controller is released.

 

Over on the PlayStation Blog, a marketing manager said downloadable demos are coming. “Most of the demos will be up after launch. Stay tuned for PlayStation Store updates,” Ami Sheth wrote.

 

The demo disc included with the Sports Champions bundle and PlayStation 3 hardware bundle has eleven games on it.


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  • http://twitter.com/Retsuneko Laura

    Playstation Move is only a expensive copy of Wii Remote and looks like a Deodorant

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Aarachnid-Malik-Davolcanese/1548060424 Aarachnid Malik Davolcanese

      It’s actually a LOT more accurate than the Wiimote, even with Wii Motion Plus. Does your deodorant come with a ball on the end? That’d be pretty trippy

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1472407455 Charles Lupula

        I don’t think I’d rub a glowing ball on my armpits.

      • malek86

        Yep. I wasn’t too hopeful, but I must admit it’s being pretty convincing for now.Early reviews seem to indicate that it really is precise, much more so than the spotty WMP, and the light ball means it doesn’t need to recalibrate every two seconds. Also, unlike MS with Kinect, it seems Sony is actually trying to get some good games in there. I’m not fully convinced yet, but there has been a good number of titles announced which would interest me at least a bit, whereas with Kinect I’m really only interested in Child of Eden (which I can play with the standard controller anyway). And the starter pack doesn’t even cost too much, although I still say they should have included the subcontroller too.If Sony doesn’t trip on themselves during marketing (which they seem to do a lot), this could have a chance at being successful overall.

    • http://terracannon876.livejournal.com Laura

      It actually reminds me more of a bubblegum bubble…

      It’s a shame I don’t have the PS3. While I’m not super excited about this, it certainly looks worth trying.

      PS: Hello, Laura =P

  • xavier axol

    Sony should try to release those cool tech applications demos as well, I know they’re not really games but I can see myself playing them all-day long. So now that Sony implement the motion controller, we expect a god of war like game with the move or better yet a tales game….oooh! Uncharted 3…no wait demon’s souls!….? Infamous 2( unlikely but one can hope). As awesome as it sounds I don’t see these games coming anytime soon ( I would give it a year or two), I’m sure that Sony will deliver an experience unlike any other :-)

  • Chow

    Cool about those demos, as I already have a Playstation Eye. IIRC, I read somewhere (probably Siliconera) that the demo disc only installs the demos to the XMB anyway.

    As for the Move, I pre-ordered it off a sale at Best Buy, otherwise I wouldn’t have gotten it. I just really want to use it as a pointer for shooting games, though not necessarily for any of the other motion stuff. I can’t wait for Dead Space 2!

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