Ha, I would totally play this. I love when games use live action stuff, it reminds me of the '90s and it's hilarious. It would be even better if you could shoot the girl's top off.
Digital Leisure's Move-enabled, live-action-video Wild West shooter launching next Tuesday; developer claims it's "completely redesigned" over Wii original.
Nintendo's first virtual marketplace update of 2010 brought with it Digital Leisure's Fast Draw Showdown, a Wild West shooter where players used the Wii Remote as a six-shooter. Now the game is taking aim at another motion-controlled destination: the PlayStation Move.
The Move-enabled Fast Draw Showdown will launch on the PlayStation Network on July 19 priced at $10. The full-motion game sports a number of improvements over the Wii iteration, including high-definition graphics, online leaderboard support, a new scoring system, and Western clothing for PlayStation Home avatars.
Digital Leisure has a history with full-motion video games, having released titles like Mad Dog McCree and The Last Bounty Hunter on formats from the Wii to standard DVDs (where they could be played with the unit's remote control).
Fast Draw Showdown pits gamers against a variety of quick-draw specialists and also supports multiplayer face-offs in its Quickdrawn and Showdowngame modes. For more on the game, check out its trailer, embedded below.
This type of game is from the Sega CD era. I didn't know that they still made them. So porting this to PSmove from the Wii could be the Wii first port over. Instead of the other way round.
well looky here..... what did say way back before move launched??? i said that move would only get ps3 games with tacked on motion controls and wii hand me downs. and i was mocked and thumbed down to hell and back:P you guys need to start giving me thumbs up because im almost always right:)
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