Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception will support 3D but what about Sony's other nifty technology?
Well, while Sony certainly would like for Naughty Dog's latest project to support PlayStation Move, the developer doesn't feel any pressure . This according to studio co-president Christophe Balestra and director Justin Richmond, who confirm that Sony isn't forcing them to do anything:
"They're not telling us we have to use Sixaxis or Move. They'll say it'd be nice, of course, but they're not going to go against our judgment if we say it's not the right thing to do."
Interestingly enough, Sony may encourage developers of big-name games to include Move compatibility, but Richmond says "they accept it when it doesn't [work]." We'll find out next year if Naughty Dog goes and tries Move for Uncharted 3 ; our stance is that it might not be all that intuitive. 3D is fine and could really enhance the experience but Move in an action/adventure with both platforming and shooting elements…? Could be too much of a challenge, you know?
Related Game(s): Uncharted 3