A look at 5 of the most interesting Move titles to watch out for…Sony’s entry into the motion controlled space may be a success, but what’s the use of kick-ass hardware if the launch line-up is boring? Luckily, the next few months have quite a few Move titles coming our way and we’ve zeroed in on five of the most interesting ones.The Fight: Lights OutWere you inspired by Fight Club, but lack the gonads to actually get down and dirty with strangers on the street? With The Fight: Lights Out, you can now start your very own Fight Club from the comfort of your living room without causing any serious bodily harm. Climb up the ranks of an elite illegal underground fighting ring as a bare-knuckled brawler who only knows how to communicate with his fists. And thanks to the Move’s accuracy, you can now dish out uppercuts, hooks, and jabs with precision.The writer is an avid gaming enthusiast.
Sorcery is like a Harry Potter game with Move support, which actually makes a lot of sense. In Sorcery, you step into the robe of a Sorcerer’s apprentice (duh), who must stop the evil engulfing a magical land. Story isn’t obviously one of the game’s stronger points, but who needs an original plot when you can, with one swipe of your Move controller, set goblins on fire or summon a whirlwind? Eventually, the game will even allow you to combine multiple spells, making you a serious force to be reckoned with.
Unless you’re related to someone in Bollywood, chances are you’re never going to be able to make your own movie. But with The Shoot, you may just be able to. The Shoot is an on-rails shooter that puts players in the boots of an action hero as he goes around all sorts of varied movie sets shooting or punching the crap out of stuff. Thanks to the processing power of the PS3, pretty much any object in the environment can be destroyed in glorious high definition.
Like The Shoot, Time Crisis: Razing Storm is an on-rails shooter that takes allows players to use the Move controller as a weapon. Time Crisis: Razing Storm is a collection of three different games — Time Crisis 4, Razing Storm and Deadstorm Pirates — allowing players to decimate anything from high-tech terrorists to undead pirates. The game will also ship with a multitude of single-player, cooperative and multiplayer modes that’ll even allow you to upload your scores online to see how you stack up against the world’s best.
Echochrome II would be a tough game to describe using mere words, as it has to be experienced first-hand. It is essentially a puzzle-based platformer, where players, using the Move controller, must control light and shadows, and rotate levels to move their on-screen persona from point A to point B (of course the game isn’t going to be as simple as I just made it sound). The game will also offer players a ton of replayabilty as each puzzle can be tackled in a multitude of different ways.