Starting at 5 p.m. PST on Oct. 16 (that's tomorrow) and running through Oct. 30, you can creep yourself out by streaming three free flicks on your PS3. Find out which titles are coming up after the jump.
The controller, which was first announced back in March, is used much like the Wii controllers, but with the addition of a camera to track your movements. In order to get the most from your PlayStation experience, you're going to want the Move Controller ($50), the PlayStation Eye camera ($40), and the Navigation Controller ($30), which is optional, but can really bump up your gameplay if you do happen to splurge.
With the Xbox Kinect hogging the limelight this Summer, it's nice to see the Move make it to the shelves for PlayStation 3 owners out there. So tell me gamers — are you buyin' the PlayStation Move controller system?
Last week, one reader asked the community to share their favorite PS3 games to help her stock up her supply of games. Here's what you had to say:
- "Uncharted and Uncharted 2, 3D Dot Game Heroes and a game I imported from Japan called Hakuna Matata, now available here as Afrika. It is a great non-violent game that you take photos of African wildlife." — AlisonMcg67
- "Red Dead Redemption. SO MUCH FUN!!!" — lilegwene
- "Valkyria Chronicles is a definite should-not-miss for the PS3." — Sasseefrass
- "Modnation Racers is a really good game. If you like Mario Kart then you'll definitely love this game. If Mario Kart and Little Big Planet had a baby, it would be exactly this game." — Kat Maribao
- "Final Fantasy XIII and Heavenly Sword." — smeeker
Is your favorite game missing from the list? Add it in comments below!
Suggestions? Advice? Games you're currently lusting after? Share your picks!
Sports Champions is being likened to Nintendo's Wii Sports, but does only come with the high-priced $400 PS3, making it a tough competitor for Nintendo's Wii, priced at $200 — a much more comfortable price for a casual gamer.
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It's true that when Summer hits, there's also a dry spell in the gaming industry. But look on the bright side — once the drought is over, you have so many awesome titles and new accessories to look forward to! You should be outside enjoying the weather anyway. Here are a few games that may keep you occupied this month.
Although a plump little plumber took over much of my game time over the past few weeks, I'm ready for a change of pace. And with this year's E3 on the horizon (along with plenty of gaming announcements), I'm even more excited for June to commence! Pass the time with a few of these games that are sure to keep you occupied all Summer long.