Compile Heart Uses PlayStation Move For PS4 Game, Omega Quintet

By Spencer . September 4, 2014 . 11:58pm

PlayStation Move is compatible with PlayStation 4, but so far developers haven’t been utilizing Sony’s motion controller for PS4 games. Surprisingly, Compile Heart will be the first company to use Move with a retail PlayStation 4 game. Omega Quintet supports the PlayStation 4 Camera and PlayStation Move controllers.


The game has a promotional video system where you can create your own idol music videos by choosing over 150 dances for the characters. Omega Quintet lets players make light waves and throw bombs to send idols flying. You can also put yourself in the music video using the PlayStation 4 camera. If you have a PlayStation Move controller you wave the wand to make light effects. These videos can be shared using the system’s Share button.


Omega Quintet comes out on October 2 in Japan/

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  • Jey

    di-did they seriously just put a hairy GAIJIN in some moe anime japanese trailer?! whaaaaaat?! *giggles* …*facepalm*

    • Theob Vious Choice

      One name.

      Shootingstar Keiji.

      Compile Heart is a group of strange people.

      • Jey

        hahah! oh wow, no kiddin’!
        this made my.. night lol

      • Sentsuizan_93

        This STILL makes me laugh every time. XD

    • Land of Green Pasture

      new trend of japanese advertising?

    • Oxybelis

      That’s a meme “Gaijin 4Koma” (Reaction Guys)

  • Theob Vious Choice

    This is such a Compile Heart thing to do….

  • This game had my curiosity. Now I’ve completely lost interest. Compile Heart have made some rather interesting and fun games in the past, but I’ve tried and been disappointed by PlayStation Move before. I never want to use that flawed system ever again.

    • Ren Yuumei

      Who said you had too :/

      • I didn’t think it was optional…

    • darke

      Huh? So you lost interest in a game because it appears to have an optional feature, that you’ve been disappointed with it’s use in in the past, in a different game?

      Sounds more like you didn’t care about the game to begin with, and you’re just complaining because you don’t like to see someone having fun with something you didn’t like.

      • I will admit I misinterpreted it as essential instead of optional, but I am genuinely interested in the game as Compile Heart have made some rather interesting and fun games and I have been inclined to try this genre as of late. But what keeps me away is what I don’t like about music and dance games. I do enjoy a good rhythm game. It just depends how good the music is and all that. But when movement is involved, I’m not a dancer or a big mover, so I steer clear of those games.

        And that takes me to my next point. I call it a flawed system because all Move games I’ve played except for Heavy Rain are either really bad themselves or have terrible control.

        • zazza345

          The system, from what it has been said, is used in the PVS System and doesn’t seem to be related to the core gameplay (the RPG part).

          • Well, the only videos I’ve seen on the game until now only showed off the dancing. I thought it was one of those games. ^_^;

        • ishyg

          I think the game is mainly an RPG. So yeah, they definitely wouldn’t incorporate them Move controls on the core gameplay.

          • Yeah, the only videos I’ve seen on the game until now only showed off the dancing. I thought it was one of those games. ^_^;

      • I’d just like to add in that you were half-right about one thing. All the video’s I’ve seen up until now were just showing off the dancing and I thought it was one of those games. I now know I was wrong and am even more interested than before now I’ve actually seen some in-game footage of the battles and all that. So yeah…sorry about that. ^_^;

        • darke

          No problem. I can be a bit (well more then a bit) caustic at times when I feel people either don’t seem to read the article, or are lacking in understanding; so it’s nice that some good has come of it. :)

    • Christopher C

      so one tiny optional thing in an optional mode that doesn’t effect the game’s battle system or story at all turns you off?

  • Shippoyasha

    They are literally going all out! And I had to laugh at the Move controller. I completely forgot that was a thing.

  • Bob Slim

    This game have a lot of costumes in it.
    I wonder is that ingame or dlc

    • Landale

      Usually when they’ve got costumes in their games most of them are in game, with a few also through DLC.

    • zazza345

      Most of them are craftable, you need EP (the game currency) and materials, at least according to the latest article.

  • Sentsuizan_93

    I flipping lost it at 2:56…. XD

    • DyLaN

      CH knows their western fans well XD

    • SaiyanJedi_Trunks

      This could be you!

      • Sentsuizan_93

        Here I am~

  • SaiyanJedi_Trunks

    I get to break out my Move controllers and dance with all my waifus while changing their clothes and throwing bombs at them!

    If this game doesn’t make it to the West, it would be a crime.

  • Göran Isacson

    Soo. Stripping girls with light beams. I can GET why that is a thing. BUt throwing bombs? That one defies my reason.

    I did laugh a little at the reaction gaijin-clip though, even if buying two move staffs just for the purpose of waving them around in game is a little bit “naaah”.

  • ishyg

    Best advertisement video ever! And it comes out on my birthday!

    Too bad I don’t have a PS4. T_T

  • Aristides

    Some years ago I purchased a move controller… my PS3 died so I didn’t get to use it as much as I wanted to… but deep down I knew there was an inner purpose for me have one… and I finally just realized what that is! JAPAN is Brilliant! Can’t wait to blast some lolis on PS4 when this comes out XD

  • Nu Blitz

    omg i cant wait for this game now looking forward to messing around with them during the concerts.

  • Pre-ordered it just waiting for release

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