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Video: Okami HD Hits PS3 with PlayStation Move Support This Fall
Capcom Marketing Manager Tristan Corbett has announced today that Okami HD is coming exclusively to PS3 complete with PlayStation Move support this Fall.
Below is a video of it in action, and to quote: I'm pleased to confirm that this fall, gamers will be able to return to the land of Nippon in Okami HD, exclusively on the PS3 with PlayStation Move support.
Initially released to critical acclaim on the PS2, Okami HD has the player take on the role of Amaterasu, the Japanese sun goddess, who inhabits the form of a wolf.
After a tyrannical monster, Orochi, turns the world into a ruined, colorless wasteland, Amaterasu must use her magical abilities to restore the land to its previous glory and defeat the demon in charge of the destruction.
Okami HD brings Amaterasu's epic tale to the PS3 with fully integrated HD graphics and widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio. I did not think it was possible to make the game look even better, but when I saw it for myself, I was a believer.
The trademark sumi-e ink art style lends itself perfectly to HD, allowing players to experience more of the awe-inspiring world displayed in more detail than ever before. Check out the trailer above to see what I'm talking about!
To create an even more immersive experience, you can take your PlayStation Move motion controller and use it as your own Celestial Brush and naturally make brush strokes to defeat enemies and solve puzzles. That said, if you're just in the mood to relive Okami in HD with the same controls as you had on your PS2, you can also play with your traditional PS3 controllers.
To top things off, we know everyone loves Trophies, so Okami HD will support PS3 Trophies, (including a Platinum) giving you new challenges to face and feats to complete. Okami HD will be available for download exclusively on PS3 in North America and Europe this fall.
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06-20-2012 #2oVERSoLDiER Guest
Oh this post seems very familiar to me, but only better formatted, hehe.
Can you send me an guide how to format an article right, like linking an attached pic fullscreen and not only the thumbnail or how to embed an YouTube video.
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I sent ya a message but to answer quickly hehe:
To link to an attached pic you would attach it and then put the link to the pic in IMG tags, I believe it's automatically set up to default to the non-fullscreen view (without clicking) due to bandwidth and loading constraints.
Finally, to embed a YouTube video you would put the video's URL inside YOUTUBE tags.
In the above article it is (minus spaces): [ youtube ]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CC2vSGDaj3E[ /youtube ]
06-20-2012 #4d3adliner Guest
They had better put the credits back in. They were removed from the Wii version.
06-22-2012 #5Neo Cyrus Guest
I never played the original so if I get some spare time I will play the "HD" release... but is it a worthwhile experience playing games with the Move? I don't own a Move controller and I don't plan on buying one.
06-23-2012 #6Renold Guest
I still have the original on PS2. Played and completed everything. I remember using a camera phone to record the last of the wall "memory" puzzles and then quickly rewind the little movie with the phone on my knees while hitting the right spots with the celestial brush before the timed puzzle got reset and Furball got damaged. Good times.
There is a beautiful limited edition for the japanese market for this HD version of the game but as soon as I rushed to playasia it was sold out already
07-12-2012 #7oVERSoLDiER Guest
A new short video from IGN was just uploaded a few minutes ago on Youtube. Check it out.