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Until Dawn: Move’s First Must-Have Experience?
Sony showed off an interesting title designed specifically for the PS Move at Gamescom: Until Dawn. The game is essentially an ’80s slasher flick that you’re dropped into that spans multiple chapters following eight different characters, most of which interact with the others at some point during their own chapters and often find themselves split up.
IGN had some hands-on time with a demo of the game, and described it as a game where literally hundreds of potential methods and endings that will change depending on how you go about the game. You could win the game with one character alive, you could win the game with all eight. That same one character may be near death when you win, or all eight could be unscathed. If you miss picking up a shotgun in one chapter, it may be there if you come across it later in a different chapter.
IGN reports that the controls seem obscure, but after a little fiddling around, it feels more intuitive than other titles and works strangely well.
This is one of those strange titles with potential. The game has no release date, but be sure to keep an ear open and look for footage from Gamescom online!

videogamenostalgia:

Until Dawn: Move’s First Must-Have Experience?

Sony showed off an interesting title designed specifically for the PS Move at Gamescom: Until Dawn. The game is essentially an ’80s slasher flick that you’re dropped into that spans multiple chapters following eight different characters, most of which interact with the others at some point during their own chapters and often find themselves split up.

IGN had some hands-on time with a demo of the game, and described it as a game where literally hundreds of potential methods and endings that will change depending on how you go about the game. You could win the game with one character alive, you could win the game with all eight. That same one character may be near death when you win, or all eight could be unscathed. If you miss picking up a shotgun in one chapter, it may be there if you come across it later in a different chapter.

IGN reports that the controls seem obscure, but after a little fiddling around, it feels more intuitive than other titles and works strangely well.

This is one of those strange titles with potential. The game has no release date, but be sure to keep an ear open and look for footage from Gamescom online!

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    All my gatherings would involve this game.
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    Oh so just like Heavy Rain with move support. Which is like 2 years old.
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    Sounds awesome even though I’m not a fan of motion peripherals. Especially with how Sony’s is priced out.
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