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Sony PlayStation Move no memory hog but has controller limitations

Sony PlayStation Move no memory hog but has controller limitations

So, we already know the Sony PlayStation Move controller is coming Fall 2010 and should be priced - in "starter kit" form - at under $100, but we're still seeing more tidbits about the motion-control system drip out GDC this week.  There's good news and bad, unfortunately, including a limitation on multiplayer support in part thanks to the PS3's own Bluetooth connectivity capabilities.  Turns out, while up to four-player gaming is possible, that's not if everyone wants to use both the Move controller and a sub-controller.

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Hori Real Arcade Pro Premium VLX controller: huge, expensive, desirable

Hori Real Arcade Pro Premium VLX controller: huge, expensive, desirable

Gamers who like their controllers to be big, beefy and unconcerned with how much of your space they monopolize should be eyeing up Hori's new Real Arcade Pro Premium VLX arcade stick.  Recognizing that many people secretly long for full-sized arcade cabinet hardware in their homes, Hori have slapped authentic Sanwa buttons and joystick into a board modelled on the Taito Vewlix layout.

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ASUS Eee Stick and LCD teams facing axe?

ASUS Eee Stick and LCD teams facing axe?

ASUS' approach with their entry-level Eee-brand devices has always been to throw as much as possible at the market and see what sticks, and ironically the Eee Stick is one of those devices that has proved less than compelling.  According to a DigiTimes report - denied by ASUS, incidentally - industry insiders are saying the company is preparing to axe its Eee Stick team, as well as the projects responsible for its LCD TV and monitor ranges.

SplitFish Dual SFX Evolution PS3 controller now shipping [Video]

SplitFish Dual SFX Evolution PS3 controller now shipping [Video]

SplitFish's curious looking Frag Pro wireless game controller started shipping back in November, but with just eight days until Christmas the company's newest model, the Dual SFX Evolution, is finally making it out of the stockroom [pdf link].  Splitting the regular controller into two parts, the Dual SFX Evolution has a motion/analog joystick for your right hand and a "fragchuck" for your left.

Video demos after the cut

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