More Reviews
REVIEWS Life is Strange: Episode 2 - Out Review
The secret lives of ordinary American teenagers packs an emotional wallop in the latest installment of Life is Strange.

The Sims 4 Get to Work Expansion Review
Electronic Arts hopes that Get to Work will make you Get to The Sims 4.
More Previews
PREVIEWS Dirty Bomb Preview
Looking for a more competitive, challenging online FPS multiplayer game? Splash Damage is introducing just that by dropping a Dirty Bomb on the free-to-play game market.
Release Dates
NEW RELEASES Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones
Release date: 04/01/15

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin
Release date: 04/07/15


LATEST FEATURES Buy, Try, Die: April 2015 Releases
It's really all about Mortal Kombat X this month. So will you buy it, try it, or should it die?!

Interview: Kevin Spacey Is A Part of Call of Duty's Evolution, Says Sledgehammer Games' Dev
At the Call of Duty World Championship, Mike Mejia explains the success of the tournament and how Call of Duty needed to evolve.
MOST POPULAR FEATURES Top 50 Pokémon of All Time
Can you believe there are now six generations of Pokémon? Six!! That's a crazy amount of different creatures to collect. But which are the cream of the crop? Don't worry, Magikarp isn't actually one of them.

LEADERBOARD
Read More Member Blogs
FEATURED VOXPOP shandog137
Re-Masters - Next-Gen Backwards Compatibility?
By shandog137
Posted on 03/30/15
I am a PS3 owner and someday hope to be a PS4 owner, yet I am not at all dissatisfied with my choice to delay purchase, solely based on the current PS4 library. When I transitioned from a Playstation 1 to a Playstation 2, I was pleasantly surprised that I could for the most part rid myself of my PS1...

DAILY MANIFESTO

PS Move Dev Kit Coming To a PC Near You

Posted on Monday, January 31 @ 22:19:51 Eastern by
Have you ever played a game and thought "I could do this way better than they could!"

Why, you're just a little pompous asshole aren't you?!

Well, look Mr. Will Wright, it seems like you might be getting your chance! I mean, you're already more than capable of learning some programming languages, creating some original character art and developing your own rip off of Super Mario, but now you'll be able to develop for the PlayStation Move controller as well.

Game Revolution will be covering GDC in force this year and one talk we might want to sit in on is the "Update on PlayStation Move Development."

This particular lecture will be conducted by "Lead of the Game Systems team in Developer Support" of SCEA. You can call him John (McCutchan) for short.. John will be discussing all things PlayStation Move, including developing for the Move and developing for "the new PlayStation Move Sharp Shooter accessory."

That sounds amazing and all, but what we're really interested in is this bit towards the end of the description:

We will discuss the new Move Server project that will make it possible for academics and hobbyists to develop software using the PlayStation Move controller on their own PCs.

When they talk about "academics and hobbyists" they're referring to all those people hacking away at the Kinect in their garages giving Microsoft free advertising all the while. Here's hoping the PSN will get a needed Move-software boost from academics and hobbyists soon.

[Source]
Related Games:   PlayStation Move
FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER. YOU KNOW YOU WANT TO.


comments powered by Disqus

More On GameRevolution