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In Memoriam: Good Bye, Offline

by Ernice Gilbert on May 4th, 2011, under Gaming, Hot, Opinion Piece

Many a gamer might disagree with me, but offline gameplay is nearing its end.

Sony Responds To NPD December Numbers, Hails 2011 As Year Of The PS3

by Ernice Gilbert on January 14th, 2011, under Hot, News, Sony

Sony’s responded to the NPD Group’s December 2010 sales results, and while the electronics company failed to release PS Move sales numbers, it did spoke of the many titles available now for the device, and how, in not so many words, 2011 is the year of the PS3.

Kinect Is Second In Popularity Only To iPad This Holiday Season Finds Survey

by Ernice Gilbert on November 10th, 2010, under Hot, Microsoft, News

Wow, well, I for one never thought it’d go this good for Microsoft. Apparently, a recent survey’s found that only the iPad from Apple beats out the Kinect this upcoming holiday season.

It’s a true revolution, then.

Kinect Selling Out All Over

by Ernice Gilbert on November 5th, 2010, under Hot, Microsoft, News

Many predicted this would happen, but it’s always good to have hard facts. Kinect is selling out at such retail outlets like Best Buy, Amazon, Target and many more.

Microsoft wins again.

Kinect Will Be “Sold Out Alot” Believes Ubisoft

by Ernice Gilbert on November 4th, 2010, under Hot, Microsoft, News

Microsoft’s motion gaming peripheral, Kinect, is now out and available in the U.S. How will the device perform? Exceptionally well, if you’re to believe the words of Ubisoft Ubisoft’s SVP, sales and marketing, Tony Key.

PS Move Sells 1.5 Million In First Month, SCEE Looking Towards “Very Strong” Holiday Season

by Ernice Gilbert on October 14th, 2010, under Hot, News, Sony

It’s been out for just about a month, and for a market’s that many thought was already saturated with Nintendo’s motion gaming console, Wii, Sony’s PS Move is proving to be extremely popular in Europe and North America. So much so that the company might have to “accelerate production”.

Have Move Questions? Sony’s Got Answers

by Ernice Gilbert on September 7th, 2010, under Hot, News, Sony

PlayStation Move will be coming to a store near you on September 15th in the US and on the 19th all over Europe. But before you purchase, Sony wants to make sure that you’re well versed on the motion controller.

So, have you any questions? If so, they’ve got answers.

Video Thirst: It’s Epic, New Kevin Butler Move Trailer Is

by Ernice Gilbert on September 3rd, 2010, under Hot, News, Sony

Kevin Butler has once again proven to the world why he’s the best thing that’s ever happened to Sony’s advertising department.

I’m serious. Below the break, the best motion control trailer ever released.

It’s Live: PlayStation Move Reviews – The Full Quencher

by Ernice Gilbert on September 1st, 2010, under Hot, News, Sony

There’s a time for everything underneath the sun, says the bible, and it’s right. Today, the embargo for PlayStation Move reviews has been lifted. Come see why you should probably buy the thing.

The full review roundup is past the break.

Kinect Supports More Than Two People

by Ernice Gilbert on August 27th, 2010, under Hot, Microsoft, News

Kinect, the motion control device isn’t even out yet, however talk about how many people it supports, whether you can play while sitting down, and will it come with voice recognition at launch have been raging.

Come on, folks, give the thing a chance already. Yes, it’ll have voice recognition, yes you can play the thing sitting down or standing up, and according to Kinect boss Kudo Tsunoda, it supports more than two people.

Jesus the Christ.

Video Thirst: In Depth PS Move Interview

by Ernice Gilbert on August 22nd, 2010, under Hot, News, Sony

Sony’s pushing hard its PlayStation Move. The company’s hoping the device will usher in a new crowd of gamers into the PS family just like Wii did for Nintendo.

Will it happen? No one knows for sure. But if you were to ask Sony Computer Entertainment’s director of hardware marketing John Koller, he’d tell you the PlayStation Move represents “the next generation of motion gaming”. He’d tell you “it’s the opportunity for consumers to finally get off the couch and engage in a very immersive and precise environment.

He’d tell you all those things and more.