Sony Computer Entertainment Hong Kong (SCEH) held the PlayStation Fest at Cineleisure in Singapore, running today and tomorrow, which showcase the upcoming PlayStation Move and 3D titles this year. On top of that, we may find the Singapore champion of Gran Turismo 5 Asia Tournament during the two days too.
At the tentage outside Orchard Cineleisure, we see the new LittleBigPlanet 2 (LBP2) game, which was recently released. LBP2 is a puzzle video game whereby player controls the character called SackBoy (or SackGirl) to explore the LittleBigPLanet which has various challenges and levels. The Chinese+English version is retailing at S$78, while the Chinese+English version DUALSHOCK 3 Pack is selling at S$149. Oh, and you can play using the PS Move too.
If you enjoy golf games, check out Everybody’s Golf 5. The sports games is easy to play – simply position your character according to where you want to swing, the swing strength and the accuracy. Of course, you can choose the various golf clubs to your preference too. Unfortunately, no news as to when Everybody’s Golf 5 will be available here.
If golf is not your forte or favorite sport, have your hands on the Virtual Tennis 4. Play against the tennis professionals like Roger Federer or with another friend side-by-side. Do be careful not to hit others when you swing the PlayStation Move. Virtual Tennis 4 will be launched in April this year.
For those who enjoy first person shooter in the war situation, you must try your hands on Killzone 3. The latest title in the Killzone series promise definitive cinematic sci-fi war experience with immersive single-player campaign as well as full featured multiplayer action in the war against the Helghast army. Killzone 3 is going to be available on 22 February at S$78 and is 3D as well as PS Move compatible.