Quenchables: PS MOVE’s Sorcery On Sale Today


If you’ve been watching closely PS MOVE title Sorcery, then get out from that building and head straight into GameStop, Walmart or wherever you buy your games. It’s on sale today. You can also download the game from the PlayStation Network. – Thirst, quenched.

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6 Comments on "Quenchables: PS MOVE’s Sorcery On Sale Today"

  1. foxton May 23, 2012 at 3:53 am -

    this does actually look pretty good, probably best move game ever? might have to give it a try

  2. nick May 23, 2012 at 5:49 am -

    every time i see this i think of the E3 demo and think of what could of been.
    then i remember the atrocity $ony did to playstation move heroes, ape escape and medievil moves dedmunds quest.
    sigh, when will $ony stop trying to become nintendo?
    there NEVER going to steal nintys crowd so i wish they would just stop with these crappy kids games and make something playstation fans might actually want!
    the original demo looked really cool!
    this just looks like a harry pothead rip off!

  3. foxton May 23, 2012 at 7:03 am -

    i dont think Sony are trying to be nintendo at all nick, but yeah there trying to tap into their lucrative market and giving gamers of all tasts and ages some variety. And as for sony making games playstation fans actually want? i think were all agreed here that Sony make by far the best exclusive games. Admittedly this game could of been better and probably shows the flaws in the move compared to a wii remote but it still looks like a decent game…

  4. nick May 23, 2012 at 10:05 am -

    no there not trying to be ninty at all.
    thats why there reviving their most famous playstation franchises, just like ninty do and turned them into crappy kids games!
    there trying to copy ninty because they see all the sales its been getting.
    what they dont understand is people buy ninty systems for these types of games so of course there going to sell well!
    NO ONE buys playstation consoles for these types of games so of course there going to sell poorly!
    its ironic, $ony keep saying motion controls are not only useful for crappy kids games.
    yet all the games made for the move are exactly that!
    yea they have core games with move support, but almost every single game for the move has been a crappy kids game!
    something you would expect from ninty!

  5. benzo May 24, 2012 at 9:05 am -

    SOCOM, Killzone, Infamous….all not kids games…all move games games.

  6. benzo May 24, 2012 at 9:06 am -

    All three companies want the casual crowd, plain and simple. If you dont want the game dont buy it.

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