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Platform Nation’s Lock and Load – Episode PlayStation Move

Welcome to this weeks episode of Platform Nation’s Lock and Load, your weekly official P*N Video Game Podcast.

This weeks hosts are, Steven Artlip (Steve519) and Jeremiah Hill (Jeremiah Night)

Our primary objective this week:
– Sony PlayStation Move

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  • Jeremiah Hill (jeremiah night)

    I was right, the 120 frame rate would be needed for sonys 3d! party games for instance for you to appear in 3D the camera would have to be able to hit 120 frames a second! ha…

  • Jeremiah Hill (jeremiah night)

    That did not even cross my mind….

  • Bob

    If you watch the videos on Engadget, the system DOES map your body.

  • Tyrone

    When calibrating the PS Move, does it take into account the size of the TV and also whether the camera is on the top or bottom of the TV?

    • yes. On SOCOM for instance, you point and click the Move to the top, bottom and sides of your tv. With that it knows where you are standing in relation to your tv, how big your TV is and where your camera is.

  • Jeremiah Hill (Jeremiah Night)

    Thank you Bob… Told you Steve!

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  • Gixman

    your podcast is painful. i tried listening all the way but stopped at 19 minutes. you guys are just recorded your humdrum conversation. what’s the value in that?

  • Jason Large (BeaArthur)

    It sounds like this truly is a more advanced Wii but I’m still not interested. Office chair racing does sound pretty fun though.