I was pretty excited when PlayStation announced the release of its new motion controller, the PlayStation Move, for the PS3. It's Sony's chance to compete against the fitness- and family-friendly Wii, without sacrificing its audience of hardcore gamers. Being an avid Wii player, I was excited to attend a preview party for The Fight: Lights Out ($37), Sony's fighting game that uses the PlayStation Move motion controller.
Going into the event I was a little intimidated: I was one of the few gals there, and on top of that, had never used the PlayStation Move motion controller. I was also meeting Danny Trejo, the actor I only know through some pretty scary roles. Danny is the voice of the trainer in the video game and is a total sweetheart IRL.
The Fight: Lights Out is super fun to play and not for the faint of heart. Mimicking what it's like to be in an underground fight club; it's gritty and bloody, just a straight up street brawl. While you can choose to play theRead More »from The Fight: Lights Out Delivers a Calorie-Burning Knockout