Articles by Sean O'Connor
A gluttonous consumer of culture and an editor for PS3 Attitude. When I'm not getting overly excited about my gaming destiny, I tend to be playing guitar, reading a book, following football or watching a film. www.twitter.com/sean_o_c
The games media industry spent much of 2009 getting all hot under the collar predicting a price drop for the PS3 – this duly came through Sony’s successful launch of the Slim. But should Capcom be believed, it looks like 2010 will be spent debating even further price cuts.
Sony may have high hopes for 3D, but EA Sports are one company who won’t be jumping on board right this minute.
In an exclusive interview with GamesIndustry.biz, Peter Moore, president of EA Sports claimed there will be “nothing at all” coming from their studios in 2010 which will be popping out from your screen. Read on to find out why…
The release of Dragon Age: Origins in November marked BioWare’s first appearance on the PlayStation. Clearly the company enjoyed developing for the PS3 as they’ve already started working on new titles to come our way.
According to a report on Nikkei, the PS3’s Motion Controller is expected to have ’10 or so’ titles support the device before the end of the year.
The report, which was picked up by Andriasang doesn’t name specific titles but does claim that sports and pet raising games are among the first to explore the device.
Earlier we announced that Sony Computer Entertainment had dated their new Motion Controller (a provisional title) for release this autumn. With its release in sight, we contemplate whether the PS3 with motion sensing is a match made in gaming heaven or whether we should expect to be overrun by a deluge of lobotomy-inducing novelty games – as has arguably been the case with the Wii.