Like Killzone 3, Resistance 3 also boasts PS Move Sharpshooter compatibility, and with Kevin Butler in the mix, everything simply works. Catch the latest trailer below the break.
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We missed him, and so did you. We’re talking about Sony frontman for advertising Kevin Butler.
Sony’s PS3 video deliverhy service has finally made it to Canada, and to celebrate, the giant’s let loose its biggest entertainer to poke some good fun at our neighbors up North.
It’s rather funny.
Sony’s confidence in its PlayStation Move motion controller has grown substantially, admittedly. And as a result, its boast has become all the more louder.
It’s past the break you’ll witness for yourself the hardware giant taking subliminal jabs at the competition, and I’m talking both Nintendo and Microsoft. But in all honesty, they have a right to; Move has proven to be the most accurate motion controller on the market.
The last time I checked, the console war was raging on between Microsoft and Sony, and sometimes Nintendo. But could it be that all the industry folks are really friends? Are fanboys the ones fueling this “console war”?
Reason I asked is because Aaron Greenberg is friends with someone rather interesting.
The voice and face of all that is funny in public relations, Kevin Butler has been the poster-boy for Sony’s crusade to return to its Playstation roots. Full of the comedic edge and wit that he is known for, the big question has been where Butler has been all of Sony’s life. He certainly would have been a positive influence with the original PS3 launch campaign.
Though he became popular through the PS3 $299 ad, many of you would be surprised to know that Kevin Butler (real name Jerry Lambert) had first made his Playstation debut with an MBL 09 commercial entitled “Dustin vs. Playstation”. Though relatively unpopular and not as witty as he is now known for this marked the beginning of The Butler Era. We can only assume Lambert impressed with his finesse and are grateful for having him entertain our living rooms with some of the best gaming ads ever seen.
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