PlayStation Move will be available at retailers in Europe on September 15, 2010, North America on September 19, 2010 and Japan on October 21, 2010.
In North America (and probably in other countries), PlayStation Move will come in a variety of options:
- PlayStation Move motion controller – Available as a standalone for $49.99 (MSRP).
- PlayStation Move Bundle – Includes one PlayStation Move motion controller, a PlayStation Eye camera, Sports Champions Blu-ray game and PlayStation Move game demo disc for $99.99 (MSRP).
- PlayStation 3 Sports Champion Move Bundle – An introductory package for PS3 newcomers, the PlayStation 3 Sports Champion Move Bundle includes a PS3 system, a PlayStation Move motion controller, a PlayStation Eye camera, Sports Champions Blu-ray game and PlayStation Move game demo disc, all for only $399.99 (MSRP)
Additionally, the Playstation Move navigation controller and Playstation Eye camera will be available for $29.99 and $39.99, respectively. Sony are also bringing you two additional Move peripherals that will complement your gaming experience.
- PlayStation Move “Charging Station” – Available for $29.99 (MSRP), the Charging Station will allow you to charge two PlayStation Move motion or navigation controllers at once, without connecting them to the PS3.
- PlayStation Move “Shooting Attachment” – Available for $19.99 (MSRP), the Shooting Attachment takes arcade shooting games to a whole new level. The Shooting Attachment snaps directly onto a motion controller and allows gamers to hold the motion controller like a gun, creating a more precise and immersive experience for games like The Shoot! and Time Crisis: Razing Storm.
Source: E3 2010 Sony Press Conference
Sony has released a list of release dates for PlayStation Move-compatible games, revealing when you'll get to play all those shiny new motion control-supported games.
The list dates games such as Heavy Rain: Move Edition, LittleBigPlanet 2 and SOCOM 4, and also confirms that Ubisoft's RUSE and "k Sports' NBA 2K11 will both support PlayStation Move.
Check out the list below:
- Sports Champions, September 2010
- Eye Pet, September 2010
- Kung Fu Rider, September 2010
- Start the Party!, September 2010
- echochrome 2 (PSN), September 2010
- Tumble (PSN), September 2010
- Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 11 (Electronic Arts), September 2010
- Toy Story 3: The Video Game (Disney Interactive Studios), September 2010
- The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest (WB Games Inc.), September 2010
- Brunswick Pro Bowling (Crave), September 2010
- Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition (Capcom), September 2010
- Time Crisis: Razing Storm (Bandai Namco), September 2010
- R.U.S.E. (Ubisoft), September 2010
- Hustle Kings, October 2010
- PAIN (PSN), October 2010
- TV Superstars, October 2010
- The Fight: Lights Out, October 2010
- The Shoot, October 2010
- High Velocity Bowling (PSN) October 2010
- Heavy Rain, October 2010
- NBA 2K11 (2K Sports), October 2010
- Kung Fu LIVE (Virtual Air Guitar Company), October 2010
- John Daly's ProStroke Golf (OG International), Fall 2010
- Racquet Sports (Ubisoft), Fall 2010
- Sly Collection, November 2010
- SingStar Dance, November 2010
- LittleBigPlanet 2, November 2010
- Deadliest Catch: Sea of ChaosTM (Crave), November 2010
- Disney Tron Evolution the Video Game (Disney Interactive Studios), November 2010
- Beat Sketcher (PSN), Fall 2010
- SOCOM 4, Fall 2010
- Sorcery, 2011
- Heroes on the Move, 2011
- Killzone 3, 2011
SCEA's Peter Dille has said that for the first time in Motion Gaming, core gamers will be rewarded and that it's head and shoulders above anything else out there. Dille says that the capacity of Blu-ray means they can release a standard version of a game and a Move version on the same disc. He added that they have over 40 developers working on PlayStation Move products.
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