LOS ANGELES, Dec. 6, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- GameTrailers.com, a premier Web site for gaming entertainment and information, has launched GT Motion – an online destination centered around the rise in popularity in motion-based gaming on systems such as the Nintendo Wii™, PlayStation® Move and Microsoft Kinect™ for Xbox 360®. The content on GT Motion is focused on educating consumers on the latest trends and products in motion-based gaming with informative reviews, features and blogs. GT Motion is now live at www.gametrailers.com/motion.
With a casual, fun and friendly tone, the coverage on GT Motion includes reviews, previews and trailers for the latest games, as well as videos that highlight specific genres that appeal to different audience segments, such as fitness, educational and dance games. The coverage will also be handled with the end user in mind, taking into account the variables that motion gaming presents. In addition, the site will have an easy-to-use game selector tool and tutorials on how to setup hardware for each game system.
"With video games recently transcending the typical demographics, we're excited to offer content geared towards a broader audience that speaks to them," said GameTrailers.com editor-in-chief, Shane Satterfield. "Motion gaming has been the big story of this console generation and we're excited to provide this new audience with content that's relevant to their interests."
Video and editorial content on GT Motion will be hosted and written by technology expert Chi-Lan Lieu. Lieu's credits as a reporter, host, writer, and producer include "Extra," "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (NBC), CW Now (The CW), "Designed To Sell" and "I Want That! Tech Toys" (HGTV) and "The View" (ABC).
Additional video game platforms will be implemented into "GT Motion" in the future.
GameTrailers (GT) is the premier video destination for gaming entertainment and information. GT delivers timely, high-definition broadband video content for gamers that include original shows, video reviews, game trailers and comprehensive video coverage of gaming events from around the world. GT also has a robust community that features user-generated content, a community marketplace and a variety of communication tools so gamers can talk to friends and share media such as fan movies, machinima and daily blogs. GT has offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York and is a division of Viacom Inc.'s (NYSE: VIA, VIA.B) MTV Networks Entertainment Group.