Konami shows off Mocap Sports at private show (updated)

Shaggy September 9, 2009 4
click on the link below for the video

click on the link below for the video

So far we have not seen much on Mocap Sports other than a few static screenshots or 3D models but now thanks to KonamiTV, they have added a brief video onto that site which shows a quick rundown of the titles which were recently shown at Konami’s Private AM Show Asia. You get to briefly watch a clip of two people in a boxing match on Mocap Sports and they also show some footage from the new BishiBashi (thanks for clearing that up editor and nestlekwik) 18 and Jubeat(known outside of Asia as uBeat) Ripples. It’s still hard to tell how accurate the motion sensors are on MS without seeing it in person but from this clip it looks like you can just waggle the thing and it will take it from there.

I would post the video directly to the post here if I could but since we don’t have that ability on our account here anymore, here is the link:


  1. editor September 9, 2009 at 10:51 am - Reply

    Guys, I ave watced te video religiously and can not see the Pop’n’Music 18 you mentioned – sure your not mistaken?

  2. nestlekwik September 9, 2009 at 5:46 pm - Reply

    I’m thinking The BishiBashi is being confused for pop’n music here. The BishiBashi uses the same kind of setup as pop’n music with the buttons and appearance, but the buttons are split up into three sections for three players to tackle mini games. You even have selectable avatars that include characters from the pop’n music series. The game released on July 31 in Japan.

    Official Web site: http://www.konami.jp/products/am_the_bishibashi/?ref=news

  3. Shaggy September 9, 2009 at 11:01 pm - Reply

    Yeah, you are right, sorry about that. I was confused by how it looked but I should have paid more attention to the text below the game in the video.

  4. arcads4ever September 10, 2009 at 2:27 pm - Reply

    I wonder how this differs to wii sports series? it must be poving well to be tested again in japan.

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