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Datura Review

Datura Review

Hand of odd.

You remember the launch of Kinect, of course. That half-a-billion-dollars marketing orgy during which America got formation pretend-gaming in Times Square, we got Leona Lewis wailing beside an ice rink and everyone bought one just to shut Microsoft up.

Remember the Move launch? Me neither. Like a strange form of anti-marketing, the PS3 motion controller arrived on the high street with all the fanfare of an underwater brass band. This was disheartening because Sony's device always struck me as having the greater gaming potential, certainly beyond what was on offer in the box-ticking, mini-game-heavy launch line-up.

Subsequently, we've seen Move support added to big first-party titles like Killzone 3, Heavy Rain and LittleBigPlanet 2; but what about games designed for Move?

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PlayStation 3 exclusive Datura release date revealed

PlayStation 3 exclusive Datura launches on PlayStation Network on 8th May in the US and 9th May in Europe.

The release date popped up on Sony's Datura product page.

Datura is a downloadable game that works with the PS Move controller. It's a collaboration between God of War developer Sony Santa Monica and Polish demo scene group Plastic Studios, the creator of Linger in Shadows.

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Sony announces PlayStation 3 exclusive Datura

Sony announces PlayStation 3 exclusive Datura

PS Move "adds an extra level of immersion".

The mysterious PlayStation 3 game teased last year has been revealed.

Datura is a collaboration between Sony Santa Monica Studio (God of War) and Polish demo scene group Plastic Studios, the creator of Linger in Shadows.

Little is known about the game, which supports the PS Move motion controller. Players begin in a forest, and must navigate by controlling their character's hand.

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