The Grinder dev calls Arc “an amazing device”

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 5 February 2010 07:06 GMT


High Voltage, the studio developing The Grinder, is currently working on Sony’s PS3 Motion Controller, codenamed Arc. Apparently it’s quite good.

“All we can say is we have development kits in-house and it is an amazing device,” CEO Kerry Ganofsky told IGN.

“It works exactly as advertised,” added CEO Eric Nofsinger.

The Grinder’s in development for Wii, PS3, 360 and PC. The Conduit, the company’s previous game, was a Wii exclusive that made a big point of supplying fully customisable motion controls.

For the record, we’ve also heard some very excited feedback on Arc. Arc: the greatest codename in the history of codenames. So good, in fact, that company bosses think that’s what it’s really called! Best codename ever.

The Grinder’s out in 2011. Arc’s out this autumn.

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