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April 8, 2010 at 6:18 PM

Sony PS3 team in Xbox country, showing Move, Socom 4

If you’re wondering about the flashy posters and black-shirted security crew at the Sole Repair Shop arts venue on Capitol Hill tonight, it’s a marketing event promoting the Move motion control system coming to the PlayStation 3 this fall.

Sony brought a group of developers and demo games to show the system to local fans and press. A highlight was demonstrations of “Socom 4,” a Move version of the franchise developed by Zipper Interactive, a Sony-owned studio in Redmond. Socom 4 will launch around the same time as the Motion system in the fall.

Here’s Zipper Game Director Seth Luisi demonstrating Socom 4 with a Move controller:

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Comments | Topics: Games & entertainment, project natal, PS3

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