Video: Datel TiltFX Brings Motion Sensing to PSP Games
Today Codejunkiestv has shared a video of the new Datel TiltFX device, which brings motion sensing to commercial games on Sony's PSP console.
Current commercial PSP games that support TiltFX include Need for Speed, Wipeout, Loco Roco and more using FX custom profiles.
The plug-and-play device itself features a 3-axis high resolution MEMS sensor and works on the PSP 1000, 2000 and 3000.
To quote: Tilt FX redefines the way you play, taking your games to the next level with super smooth 3 axis motion control at your fingertips.
Tilt FX works with all games and is perfect for racing games, platform classics, pinball and balance games, replacing the normal direction pad and analog stick with high resolution 'tilt' control, using the 3D movements of your PSP to actually control the game.
Customised FX profiles and stunning effects are also selectable for tons of the latest and greatest games like Wipeout, Loco Roco, F1,Need for Speed and many more. The Tilt FX 'G' sensor snaps into your PSP to provide seamless 3D game control so you can now Feel the Game.
Tilt FX is the first 3D motion control for the PSP:
- Tilt FX sensor features a 3 axis high resolution MEMS sensor.
- Free profiles for new game released available to download at www.tiltfx.com
- Incredible new way to play your games with Tilt FX
- Works with the original SONY PSP 1000 the PSP 2000 & 3000
Tilt FX PSP has a MSRP of just £14.99 & $19.99 and is available now from video game retailers.
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Why are we only seeing this now? Why didn't SONY think of this years ago. I suppose it is a way of keeping the PSP fresh but I'm afraid its too little too late. We need new hardware, where is the PSP2 or PSP Phone?
@heartagram62 i totally agree with you, but don't worry i believe that e3 will bring us good news
It's not the hw, which has lacked (there were one before), but the sw support. And it seems datel managed to break the encryption even further making their "prx" run in unhacked(?) system.
Datel managed to enable psp's to go into service mode (http://www.ps4news.com/forums/psp-ps...de-102214.html) allowing them to do whatever they wanted.
So even though the hardware was already available (the flash tilt) the compatability for unhacked psp's probably wasn't, whereas Datel will have been able to pack abit of software in there that will give greater compatability with games for psp's that haven't been flashed.
As for why Sony didn't think to release this as a first party peripheral is anyones guess...
Sony is so bonehead... they didn't make full size vkybd in psp for ages.. asking for hardware expansion seems a bit crazy