Sorcery Developer Diary Focuses on the Magic of the Move

on May 5, 2012 10:47 AM

When Sorcery disappeared from the spotlight for more than a year, no one would have expected to see it change this radically, going from what was little more than a rough concept presented at E3 to what has the potential to be the real killer application for the PlayStation Move.

Sony Computer Entertainment released a new developer diary video showcasing just that: how the game and the Move interact to create the experience of casting spells with a magic wand, increasing immersion and creating actually useful gameplay mechanics. In a market in which motion controls are more often than not little more than a gimmick, this could really be it. You can watch for yourself  beyond the break.

 /  Executive News Editor
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