Child of Eden On PlayStation 3 Delayed To September

By Ishaan . April 23, 2011 . 11:58am

The PlayStation 3 version of Child of Eden has been delayed to September, three months after the planned release of the Xbox 360 version of the game on June 14th.


The news comes via IGN, who also add that Ubisoft have confirmed the PlayStation 3 version will include PlayStation Move support. Ubisoft have yet to officially make this announcement themselves.

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  • Well thats nice, frees me up 49.99-59.99 for more anime this spring and summer…still not keen on picking up a Kinect.

    • Testsubject909

      Then pick up the Move or don’t pick up any addition and just play with a regular controller.

      • Heh, I picked up Move at the beginning of the year when Sorcery was still listed for the Spring, mainly for that and for Heavy Rain and LBP2.

        • PrinceHeir

          cool :D

          i plan to pick a move myself, you should definitely buy No More Heroes Paradise :P

  • Testsubject909

    This, I find, is excellent for me.

    I was running out of money because of all the good games that came out recently. So this’ll enable me to build up some more for this among other games on the horizon.

    And I’m DAMN fucking happy to know it includes the PS Move. Going to see if I can accumulate enough money to buy the bundle (PSEye + move + sports game, might as well since I tried the gladiator game and it’s actually pretty good fun).

    …Plus, I view this as them taking some time to further fix things up. Which I say is always a good thing.

    • Unless you like minigame compilations, lets hope more bundles with Move are available when you decide to get it…I know for me, I didnt and still havent played the sports champions because Im over those games, I was hoping for a Sorcery bundle…anyway, hope you get enough to get it!

      • Testsubject909

        I’d be good with a copy of No More Heroes Paradise, R.U.S.E. or Time Crisis bundled up with it.

    • I was surprised at how much I like the Sports Champion game. I usually hate casual mini-game comps, but it is a lot of fun and you get a good workout from it.

      As someone who normally hates motion control and only bought a Move for light gun games, I was very surprised by how much fun I have with that particular title.

  • godmars

    Ubisoft’s open bias this gen between the PS3 and 360 has honestly surprised me. They sell on both platform, yet actively show preference, then have the nerve to sound hurt when the weaker supported version sells poorly.

    • Testsubject909

      I say a bag of money whacking their face to promptly convince them was involved.

    • It’s called payola.

  • So far, haven’t really been excited about this title at all. I mean, it looks pretty, sure, but I don’t even have any idea what it’s supposed to be. Doubt I’ll be picking it up unless they make a demo that blows me away.

    • amagidyne

      From what I can tell, it will probably be a synesthesic music game/rail shooter like Rez.

      • Never played Rez actually. Heard of it when it came out, but never checked it out.

  • HarryHodd

    Hope nothing else big is coming out then. Either way pushing this far back puts it lower on my wishlist.

    • For PS3, well R3 comes at the beginning of September and TM at the beginning of October. Of course who knows what unknown stuff will get wedged in between.

      • HarryHodd

        Yeah great. Maybe Dark Souls or Tales of Graces f? Disgaea 4 is out in early September and is gonna eat up some time. Twisted Metal looks great. It’s just that kind of year I guess.

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