SCE Demonstrates PS3 Game Titles
At a press conference held prior to the "E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo)" event, the game industry's biggest exposition, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. demonstrated the latest video footages of its PlayStation 3 (PS3) game titles. Tech-on! shows part of the demonstration using our video clips.
Video 1:Demonstration of a versus game combining Eye Toy and a card game
Eye Toy reads the pattern on the back of a card and then the PS3 displays a corresponding character on the screen.
Demo video of the versus card game (MPEG, about 3.0 MB)
Video 2:Titled "Afrika"
The game renders images of diverse animals in real time.
Video footage of "Afrika" (MPEG, about 3.0 MB)
Video 3:Popular title "Minna no Golf"
Video footage of "Minna no Golf" (MPEG, about 3.8 MB)
Video 4:Electronic Arts Inc.'s sports game
The PS3 is said to enable the expression of sports players' delicate actions including their feet and visual lines, which has been difficult for current sports games. The PS3 also allows characters to move around by smaller degrees than 45-degree, which is the only move angle allowed by the PS2.
Demo video of the basketball game (MPEG, about 1.5 MB)
Video 5:Electronic Arts' another sports game
The game renders graphics of a professional golf player Tiger Woods in real time. The company exhibited this title can render a variety of facial expressions.
Demo video of the golf game (MPEG, about 1.7 MB)
Video 6:Demonstration of the controller's new feature to sense six-axis move
The player smoothly manipulated a duck in the pool by moving the controller up, down, left and right.
Demo video of a player controlling a duck in the pool (MPEG, about 2.3 MB)
Video 7:Another demonstration of the controller's new feature to sense six-axis move
This is also a demonstration of the controller sensing move at six axes. The player tactfully controlled a battle plane.
Demo video of a player controlling a fighter aircraft (MPEG, about 2.1 MB)
Video 8:Final Fantasy XIII
Demo video of Final Fantasy XIII (MPEG, about 2.1 MB)
Naoki Asami, ITPro