Sorcery demoed using PlayStation Move

By Joe Anderson, Tuesday, 15 June 2010 20:33 GMT


Sony has demoed its PlayStation Move title named Sorcery, and it looks like a highly polished game and seems to work extremely well.

Reminded us a bit of a cross between Harry Potter and Fable.

Move would glow when a spell was ready for the sorcerer’s apprentice, and there was good use of magical fire and effects all around.

More information on this game and other titles are to be discusses during the press event – which is going on now.

Check back with us for updates.

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