'Ōkami HD' comes to PS3 with PlayStation Move support this fall

Capcom's Okami HD remastered for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Move.

Clover Studio's gorgeous adventure Ōkami will come to the PlayStation 3 as a downloadable game this fall, Capcom announced today. The visually remastered Ōkami HD will feature Trophies, support the motion-sensing PlayStation Move controller and carry a budget price: $19.99.

The Hideki Kamiya-directed adventure game gives players control of Amaterasu, the goddess of the sun reborn as a white wolf, as she battles the evil serpent Orochi to restore color and purity to defiled lands.

Ōkami featured a distinct, sumi-e ink visual style, which Capcom says "lends itself perfectly to HD allowing players to experience more of the awe-inspiring world displayed in greater detail than ever before."

Originally developed by the now defunct Clover Studio, Ōkami was first released on the PlayStation 2 in 2006. A port was released for the Wii in 2008 and a sequel, Ōkamiden, was released for the Nintendo DS in 2010.

Capcom's news release explains that the Move controller can be used to wield the game's Celestial Brush to draw on-screen. For those without a Move, Ōkami HD will also support the DualShock 3 controller.

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