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Welcome to Move.
In 2005, Nintendo released a revolutionary new motion gaming experience entitled the Wii. It was a new step for Gaming, much like Touch Screens were for the iPod and the Nintendo DS. However, much like the iPod and DS, there are imitators.
I don't know what to think about the Sony move, but I know its piggybacking off Nintendo's console. Much like project Natal, Sony is releasing motion controls to modern gaming. Its actually really cool, peak this:
Its quite stylish, Its black and slick, and looks really cool.
Theres a little bulb on the controller that changes color, it could be used for health color like green for full health and red for health in danger.
Sony may have something cool here, but it all really depends on the games that support this controller. Time will only tell.
BLUR isn't out yet. As I write this review, Blur the Game is still very much is still in the Beta stage. I got my sign-up key from the site, took a look online as to what the game is about and I was pleasantly surprised as to the quality of the game. When I started the Blur beta I was greeted with amazingly slick visuals of the in-game menus. Sleek colorful designs everywhere. The beta doesn't have alot of content, but i saw loads of different style options behind the mask of a beta.
BLUR is a racing game. Granted, there's been plenty but the thing is its a surprisingly successful attempt at blending Burnout and Mario Kart. Yeah. The overall point of Blur is to race hard. You pick up powerups just like in Mario Kat that do a myriad a things from Shielding your Car, Repairing it, or sending a red-****Hakuden thing that pretty much sweeps cars off their wheels. Naturally, you are aiming to come in first.
I really did enjoy the online though, It's balanced and you don't feel horribly mismatched. The controls were really easy to get into, which I loved. Also, just a quick little side note. It's small but, Twitter updates from in-game? Take notes, Call of Duty. Speaking of Infinity Ward's blockbuster, Blur borrows moderately from it. There are perks and ****s, in the sense that they are for cars and you can go into matches with a certain range of customizable qualities to your car. The customization to the car itself is pretty robust too, color, branding all that. If you replace Guns with Cars, this is Call of Duty. You unlock certain cars in the game after you level up. Exp in this game is called fans, and you get the them for doing certain things in the game like pulling off an awesome stunt or halting the entire enemy race group from procedding.
The game is shaping up nicely, and Betas don't ever change much from the real game. It does seem however that if you're looking for a good car outing that doesn't take itself seriously like Forza 3 then this would be something to look into. Or if you are totally into explosions. Pretty fenders going everywhere. I don't mean guitars.
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