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What’s in a Name: PlayStation Move Heroes Developer Walkthrough

Cristian Cardona's Avatar + Posted by Cristian Cardona on Oct 21, 2010 // Associate Product Marketing Manager, Software Marketing

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.

Keep your eyes on the PlayStation.Blog as we update you with additional info on the story, co-op mode, and a sweet pre-order deal!

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+ BalramRules on October 22nd, 2010 at 9:53 am said:

EPIC! XD


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+ ab5tr4kt- on October 22nd, 2010 at 10:03 am said:

Can you jump? Serious question. Just ‘cuz it’d feel weird to me if all these characters that made their name on PLATFORMERS couldn’t… jump.

Otherwise, looks interesting. Depending on how it turns out, this game might be what gets me to pick up a Move. :)


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+ deibu77 on October 24th, 2010 at 8:28 am said:

I’m looking forward to this, but the pun/double-entendre with “Heroes on the Move” was a far better title than this newer, bland name.


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+ deibu77 on October 24th, 2010 at 8:30 am said:

And one thing I forgot to include in post #53: RaC titles have almost always had a pun or certain silliness to them, the new title completely breaks with this tradition, which is a bit disappointing. (And to be honest, the new title sounds more “working title” than the working title.)


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+ dhiram_83 on October 28th, 2010 at 8:12 am said:

Looks great.


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+ Kreutznaer on November 9th, 2010 at 2:46 pm said:

The original title was way better. Can’t believe they’ve changed the name to this one.


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