Conclusion: PlayStation Move Heroes isn't awful, but it's a shame these grand old licences have been used for something not so grand. If your PlayStation Move has been gathering dust since the launch, then this may well get you swinging again - but we'd suggest waiting until it goes half price first.
Conclusion: En sus de manquer de consistance, PlayStation Move Heroes exploite trois excellentes licences de Sony pour proposer un cross-over véritablement bancal, bien que la prise en main soit globalement de bonne facture. La réalisation générale se révèle convenable, mais la pâte artistique est clairement médiocre. Seuls quatre niveaux à l'architecture moyenne sont présents, offrant une modélisation acceptable mais sans grande profondeur.
Pros: Concept de cross-over intéressant, Maniabilité du PS Move convaincante
Cons: Artistiquement pauvre, Pas vraiment de scénario, Manque de variété dans les mini-jeux, Multijoueur sans intérêt
Excerpt: Of all the theoretical lovelies physicists have conceived, wormholes are the most fascinating. In addition to serving as a short-cut through space time (which permits time travel, of course), their equations can be solved in such a way that permits movement from one universe to a parallel one. PlayStation Move Heroes has put this scientific trickery to good use, throwing six of Sony's most prestigious heroes into the same game world.
Motion-enabled game with popular characters, mild violence.
Common Sense Media
27 June 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that PlayStation Move Heroes is a collection of mini-games featuring frequent cartoonish violence that is playable using the Move Controller for PlayStation 3. The game's six heroes, all plucked from popular PlayStation exclusive franchises, go up against non-human enemies in the form of robots that explode in flashes of light.
Excerpt: The concept seems to be lifted from the dreams of everyone who loved platforming during the PlayStation 2 days. Three of Sony's biggest mascots--Ratchet, Jak, and Sly--team up in PlayStation Move Heroes to thwart a band of malevolent aliens. Robots programmed to tear you to shreds close in on all sides, and you make smart use of whips, wrenches, and pistols to blow them to smithereens.
Pros: Ratchet, Jak, and Sly in one adventure, Shooting and disc tossing are mildly entertaining
Cons: Troublesome controls, especially in up-close combat, Repetitive objectives and environments, Dull cooperative mode, No way to freely jump
Excerpt: Here is Sony’s recipe for an epic crossover adventure game: three legendary PlayStation heroes, three quirky sidekicks and an arena to show off their unique talents; throw in some PlayStation Move controllers and you’ve got the makings of a half decent game.