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Sony Previews New PlayStation Move Titles At E3 2011

Sony Previews New PlayStation Move Titles At E3 2011

During Sony's E3 2011 press conference, the company went through a whole slew of new titles optimized for its PlayStation Move controller. Sony demoed one of the games with a special guest, while playing previews for the others to show how PlayStation Move will be bringing richer and deeper experiences.

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PS Move motion control tech to be offered to research and academia via Move.Me

PS Move motion control tech to be offered to research and academia via Move.Me

Geeks are hacking the Microsoft Kinect motion controller all over the place to do all sorts of stuff that it was never meant to do. Several of the hacks have had to do with using the Kinect to control robots. The last time I mentioned a hack it was to control a Roomba vacuum cleaner. Sony wants people in the research and academic communities to hack its Move motion controller too.

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Snakebyte to launch first third party PS3 Move controllers in April

Snakebyte to launch first third party PS3 Move controllers in April

Snakebyte is a newer name in the gaming and game console accessory market back at CES the company unveiled a new PS3 Blu-ray remote control and it also has controls for the Wii and lots more. The latest product to be announced by Snakebyte are the first third party Move controllers to be announced. The controllers are design for the PS3 to allow gamers to get in on the motion control action.

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Will the Playstation Move go open source?

Will the Playstation Move go open source?

It's no secret that Sony's much heralded wireless controller, the Playstation Move, was destroyed in sales by the Microsoft Kinect, a sensor device which reads body language, rather than use controller inputs.  But Sony hopes to get it's mojo back by following Kinect into the PC world.  Only they may do it by going open source.

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Nintendo Must Release the Wii 2 This Year

Nintendo Must Release the Wii 2 This Year

The video game market finds itself in a rather interesting place. Its consoles are still selling exceptionally well, some of the best games released in a long time hit store shelves in 2010, and yet, consumers, pundits, and analysts are wondering when Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo will be announcing new consoles.

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Sony Move Server project to push PlayStation Move to PCs

Sony Move Server project to push PlayStation Move to PCs

Sony's plans to make the PlayStation Move controller a PC peripheral have been prematurely outed, after references to the "Move Server project" were included in a Game Developers Conference 2011 schedule. According to the description, Game Systems and Developer Support head John McCutchan will be discussing PC software development for Move at a GDC talk later this month.

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VUDU 2.0 UI released today: HDTVs, Blu-ray, PS3 & Boxee Box to benefit

VUDU 2.0 UI released today: HDTVs, Blu-ray, PS3 & Boxee Box to benefit

VUDU has announced that the new 2.0 interface is going out today to most VUDU-enabled HDTVs and Blu-Ray players, as well as PS3 and Boxee Box users. The updated interface speeds access to movies as well as introducing recommendations based on viewing history; in an imminent update, PS3 users will also be able to navigate the UI via their Move controller.

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PlayStation Move Sells 4.1 Million Worldwide

PlayStation Move Sells 4.1 Million Worldwide

While Microsoft may have the momentum on their side, Sony is definitely not showing any signs of stepping out of the motion-based gaming market any time soon. Especially with the number of PlayStation Move units the company sold since its release, back in September. While Microsoft's Kinect's numbers may be impressive, Sony's are, too.

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PlayStation Move shortages until Feb 2011 warns Sony

PlayStation Move shortages until Feb 2011 warns Sony

Sony has warned of worldwide stock shortages of its Move controller for PS3, with senior marketing VP Peter Dille claiming that the shortfall will likely last into Q1 2011. "We have a catch-up problem in all three territories that will last until January or February" the exec told VentureBeat, admitting that Sony misjudged potential demand for the Move controllers.

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Sony 320GB PlayStation 3 Heading to Retail Without Move Bundle

Sony 320GB PlayStation 3 Heading to Retail Without Move Bundle

The 320GB version of the PlayStation 3 isn't all that new. It's been included in the Move bundle since the launch of the motion-based peripheral and camera. But, Sony apparently believes that while the Move bundle is the best way to go, they want to at least give the option for a Move-less console for anyone out there who doesn't want to get off their couch.

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2.5 Million PlayStation 3 MOVE Controllers Sold in First 30 Days

2.5 Million PlayStation 3 MOVE Controllers Sold in First 30 Days

Sony has announced that in the first 30 days of the PlayStation 3 Move controller being on sale, it has sold 2.5 million of them. That's 1 million controllers in the USA and Canada and 1.5 million controllers in Europe, and that's not counting any of Asia, where the item has not yet been released. This strange wand of mighty power sells for around $50 USD and allows players to control their actions in Playstation 3 games with the actions of their arm.

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Sony PlayStation Move EyePet Bundle Announced, Exclusive for Toys R Us

Sony PlayStation Move EyePet Bundle Announced, Exclusive for Toys R Us

Even before Sony's PlayStation Move went on sale, there were already enough bundles to satiate most consumers. Ranging from a full bundle with a PlayStation 3 included, all the way down to just getting your hands on one of the Move controllers, they covered the gamut of included accessories and features. But, the company obviously has more up their sleeve, as they've just announced the EyePet bundle. This one, though, is only going to be sold in Toys "R" Us stores across the United State and Canada.

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