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Borderlands 2 DLC being developed by Sorcery dev

Borderlands 2 DLC being developed by Sorcery dev

Like the original Borderlands before it, Borderlands 2 will have a number of lengthy DLC expansions. The first may be coming from The Workshop, developers of the recently-released PlayStation Move game, Sorcery.

Resumes from current and former employees of the developer indicate they are working on an expansion, currently named "Torgue"--the same name as one of the weapons manufacturers of Pandora.

Read more: Promises over ten hours of gameplay »

"Hey! They only said it "may be". They don't know. They don't plan this shit out!"
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Sorcery review

Sorcery review

While PlayStation Move represents some undeniably impressive tech, it's yet to find a true "killer app" that demonstrates its unique motion tracking capabilities. Enter Sorcery, a Move-exclusive adventure game developed by The Workshop. First showcased at E3 2010 as a marquee Move title, the long-in-development title is finally available. Sorcery grants you a virtual wand, letting you cast spells with a flick of the wrist.

Sorcery is a rare example of a game that's made genuinely better by motion controls. With illuminated orb in hand, it's hard not to feel like a wizard as you switch between elements with cleverly designed gestures. Unfortunately, while the game feels great to control, Sorcery launches with many shortcomings.

Read more: Not quite Harry Potter »

"It's not really the voice acting that I find annoying. It's the characters themselves!"
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Sorcery coming May 22

Sorcery coming May 22

Sorcery was shown off as one of the earliest examples of applications for the PlayStation Move. It makes enough sense; use your Move wand as a magic wand. But we haven't heard much about it until today, with a release date of May 22.

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Sorcery for PlayStation Move available in Spring 2012

Sorcery for PlayStation Move available in Spring 2012

After a lengthy reveal at E3 2010, Sorcery for PlayStation Move did an Evanesco--it vanished.

The game resurfaced last week at a PlayStation event in New York City. Sorcery was back, ready for a Spring 2012 release. So, what happened in the time since we last saw the game? According to design director Brian Upton, the game had undergone a major visual facelift. The gameplay, however, was entirely intact, he insisted.

Read more: Hands-on with Sorcery »

"The game you're probably thinking about is Medieval Moves, which released on Move a month ago."
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