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PlayStation Store Updated with Move Content A-Go-Go

Posted by James Newton

Demos, patches and more good stuff

Today's the day that users all across Europe – except the UK, that is – can Move into the next generation of motion controlled gaming, with the controller and games launched across the mainland continent.

If you haven't made it to the shops yet, or your pre-order hasn't popped through the post, consider whiling away a few hours browsing the PlayStation Store, newly refreshed with a stack of Move-related content.

There are free updates for High Velocity Bowling and EyePet, with Move-enabling patches for Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition and R.U.S.E. coming shortly.

If you fancy trying something completely new with your Move controller, you may want to check out one of the many Move demos, including TV Superstars, Tumble, Kung Fu Rider and Sports Champions. The full list of content is available below.

Future Move-enabled hurt 'em up Pain is down in price this week, from £6.29/€7.99 to £3.19/€3.99, so you may want to consider snapping that up at half price in anticipation of its forthcoming patch.

If you got your hands on Move today, what games did you pick up? Will you be checking out any of the demos on the Network? Let us know!


User Comments (5)



Dragonfly said:

yay awesome looking forward to flight control, great iPhone game [getting iFone 4 this friday]
got psmove today, great controls and extremely precise.
Dragonfly @LosDragonflyos



turtlelink said:

I see a pic of Gran Turismo 5 Prologue. Will it be Move updated? That would make the game much more fun!



JamieO said:

I finally get my hands on Move this morning, so I will check this li'l lot of demos out today and over the weekend. I am particularly interested in the Heavy Rain: Move Edition demo, I have heard @DaddyNewts tweet good things about Heavy Rain on Twitter.

There are actually a few demos that my girlfriend may like, in my ongoing fruitless attempt to convert her to gaming. Ha, ha.

@turtlelink There has not been an announcement that Gran Turismo 5, or Prologue, will be Move compatible. It is released in early November, so it is looking unlikely I'm afraid.



James said:

I heard a rumour GT5 is going to be updated with head-tracking support via PS Eye. An odd one but there you go!

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