Posts Tagged motion-controlled


Gravity Rush

Friday, January 25, 2013 1 Comment

A story about a physically self-conscious teenage girl and her magical, gravity-shifting cat, working to reunite the pieces of a broken town and, maybe, uncover said girl’s past, Gravity Rush may not come across as a hit title, but its gameplay and non-teenage self-talk storyline make it so. For one thing, shifting gravity as a […]


Nintendo 3DS Interview

Wednesday, March 2, 2011 3 Comments

The Nintendo 3DS is the next iteration of Nintendo’s dual-screen handheld system – the fifth of its kind if I counted correctly – and it’s also one of the first, if not the first commercially available unit to feature glasses-free 3D technology and the first handheld gaming system to feature any kind of stereoscopic 3D. […]


Kung-Fu LIVE Comes out Fighting on Playstation Network, Launch Trailer Included

Wednesday, December 8, 2010 1 Comment

Helsinki-based developer and publisher Virtual Air Guitar Company announced the North American and European release of its full-body motion-controlled kung-fu fighter, Kung-Fu LIVE, today on the Playstation Network. The game uses Virtual Air Guitar Company’s FreeMotion technology and the Playstation Eye to put players into the game (like Kinect, except that instead of seeing your […]