PlayStation Move Ape Escape PS3

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PlayStation Move Ape Escape  Ape Escape  simply titled Ape Escape in Europe and known in Asian countries as Ape Escape On The Move, is a 2010 rail shooter and party video game developed by Sony Computer Entertainment's Japan Studio and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation 3 video game console. 


The game was originally announced at the Tokyo Game Show 2009 as one of the title supporting the PlayStation Move controller.The title was released on December 9, 2010 in Japan on June 22, 2011 in Europe, and on July 5, 2011 in North America. An English version of the game in Asia was also released January 31, 2011


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On September 24, 2009, at the Tokyo Game Show, an Ape Escape game for the PlayStation 3 (named "Ape Escape" working title) was confirmed as a PlayStation Move title. 


Ape Club, the official website for the Ape Escape series in Europe, announced that the game would be released within the second to fourth quarter of 2010. They also stated that if players liked the Ape Escape game, Pipo Saru 2001, that you would also love this game


Ape Escape. It's time for some monkey business on PlayStation 3. Travel through time to battle with hundreds of cheeky chimps from outer space and their evil boss, Specter.


Head to the Goodies section to find out more about the apes you've captured in the Monkey pedia, check out your performance statistics or practice your skills in the Tutorial.

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May 20, 2020 6:51 PM
  • Travel through time to battle with hundreds of cheeky chimps from outer space and their evil boss, Specter
  • Turn your PlayStation Move motion controller into awesome gadgets, fight off the apes in Chase battles or stop the menacing monkeys from stealing your bananas in Capture battles.


May 20, 2020 6:52 PM

Players view the game from a first-person perspective with the motion controller acting as a gadget on-screen which include a floating net, a slingshot and a harisen. Players cycle through their arsenal using the Move button while either pressing the trigger button or performing gestures to utilize the gadget.


For example, players swing the net to catch monkeys, press the trigger button to fire slingshots and wave the controller to use the fan

May 20, 2020 6:54 PM

I bought this game for my 4 year old daughter, who loves games such as EyePet and Start the Party.


We start by running through a well-built tutorial, which does a good job explaining the mechanics of fighting apes. After a storyline introduction, you start bashing, trapping and vacuuming apes. And that's it. You don't even get to choose where to move. You just look left or right (using buttons on the move controller), choose the "weapon" and use it. After 15 minutes we got bored playing. There is also a mini-game for cooperative playing (one player with the move controller and another with the regular PS3 controller) which is not bad, but it doesn't make up for the main game.

May 20, 2020 6:55 PM

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Well, just got it yesterday, and the first level went pretty smoothly. 95% of the apes were caught on the first jump.

For some reason though, I think I ended the level with a silver medal :\


The game is fun, and gets personal soon (especially if you played the demo and had no idea how to effectively catch them).

Hope the story mode is long enough.


It has some mini-games that can be played with friends.

May 20, 2020 6:56 PM

I bought this game for my 4 year old daughter, who loves games such as EyePet and Start the Party.


We start by running through a well-built tutorial, which does a good job explaining the mechanics of fighting apes. After a storyline introduction, you start bashing, trapping and vacuuming apes. And that's it. You don't even get to choose where to move. You just look left or right (using buttons on the move controller), choose the "weapon" and use it. After 15 minutes we got bored playing. There is also a mini-game for cooperative playing (one player with the move controller and another with the regular PS3 controller) which is not bad, but it doesn't make up for the main game

May 20, 2020 7:04 PM