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October 21, 2010 // 8:42 pm - Sony's Product Software Marketing Manager Cristian Cardona has shared a PlayStation Move developer walkthrough video today spotlighting PS3 title Heroes on the Move.

To quote: The title "Heroes on the Move" has always been a working title for our upcoming Spring 2011 PlayStation Move crossover game.

When we debuted the game at E3 this summer, the game was still in its infancy and we couldn't wait to show you a sneak peek.

Since then, we've been unveiling bits and pieces of the game at Gamescom, PAX Prime, Tokyo Game Show, and most recently at New York Comic Con where we unveiled the title's new official name, PlayStation Move Heroes.

Same great cast of characters, same great PlayStation Move action, just a new official name.

Our developers, Nihilistic Software, also joined us at our NY Comic Con event to demo some of the new gameplay we've been working on.

Check out the video above as Robert Huebner, Studio Director for Nihilistic Software, and Andrew Woodworth, Producer for SCEA, play through a new mission and discuss how they're leveraging the accuracy and precision of the PlayStation Move to develop PlayStation Move Heroes.

Video: Heroes on the Move PlayStation Developer Walkthrough

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#3 - Gibert - October 22, 2010 // 9:55 pm
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Heroes on the Move looks OK, i think it's very good video too.

thanks so much!

#2 - KickYoAss - October 22, 2010 // 5:13 pm
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Quote Originally Posted by oVERSoLDiER View Post
Don't look like any revolutionary. Looks like a Wii game, nothing more.

Exactly what I was thinking. But with a decent game such as Time Crisis Blazing Storm out, I can hold off JUST a little longer on some good move games. Like Sorcery

#1 - oVERSoLDiER - October 22, 2010 // 2:01 pm
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Don't look like any revolutionary. Looks like a Wii game, nothing more.