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News: No PlayStation Move Support for Starhawk

No PlayStation Move Support for Starhawk

Controller stays on Earth

With its mix of shooting and space flight, Lightbox's aerial shooter Starhawk looked like a perfect fit for PlayStation Move, but the developer has confirmed the upcoming title won't support Sony's motion controller. That VideoGame Blog spotted producer Dylan Jobe responding to a user question on the official PlayStation...

News: National Geographic Challenge! is Risk with Global Trivia

National Geographic Challenge! is Risk with Global Trivia

Conquer the world from your sofa

So far, Buzz! The Ultimate Music Quiz has the Move quiz market all to itself, but that motion-controlled monopoly won't last long, as National Geographic Challenge! is on the way in June. Taking a leaf out of Buzz!'s fondness for exclamation marks, National Geographic Challenge! is a Risk-style affair with players...

News: EA Invites You to Family Game Night 4 This Year

EA Invites You to Family Game Night 4 This Year

Four in a row, EA wins

EA's had considerable success with its Hasbro Family Game Night series on various formats, so it makes sense the publisher is ready to embrace the motion control revolution and bring the next instalment in the series to PlayStation Move later this year. Family Game Night 4: The Game Show will bring motion control to new...

Guides: SOCOM 4, PlayStation Move and Sharp Shooter Tips

SOCOM 4, PlayStation Move and Sharp Shooter Tips

Tactically movin'

SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs has been on store shelves for nearly a week now, and the bulk of the game has been crippled by the untimely PSN server issues. Even though blasting away with Move and Sharp Shooter online isn’t currently possible, the offline Campaign is still readily available. We at Movemodo have been diligently working...

News: Forget Sorcery, Harry Potter is Coming to Move in July

Forget Sorcery, Harry Potter is Coming to Move in July

Wands at the ready

While Sony's big Move title Sorcery has been curiously silent since its unveiling last year, EA is ready to step into the magic gap by releasing Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II for the controller in July this year. The first part of the Deathly Hallows had no Move support, so it'll be interesting to see how EA Bright...

News: Wow, PlayStation Move has Inspired a 32-bit Knock-Off

Wow, PlayStation Move has Inspired a 32-bit Knock-Off

Motion on the Move

Remember when Wii came out and discount stores were flooded with cheap plastic imitations? History has a knack of repeating itself, and while we thought this horrible PlayStation Move imitator was bad enough, here's another one to impress you. Manufactured by the brilliantly named Ever Sparkle Technologies, the Motion on the Move...

Rumour: Harmonix to Unveil PlayStation Move Title at E3

Harmonix to Unveil PlayStation Move Title at E3

What do you want to see?

Harmonix, creators of the highly acclaimed Dance Central on Kinect, have dropped a hint or two that they may unveil a new PlayStation Move title at the upcoming E3 conference in early June. The studio's vice president of product development, Greg LoPiccolo, spoke to IndustryGamers about a possible big announcement in June,...

News: Sony: 8 Million Move Controllers Shipped Worldwide

Sony: 8 Million Move Controllers Shipped Worldwide

PS3 reaches 50m sales too

No sooner have we finished lamenting the lack of PlayStation Move sales figures in the West than Sony obliges with a press release, informing the world it's shipped 8 million of the controllers to stores around the world. While the press release states sales of the controller have surpassed the 8m mark, bear in mind...

News: Move Outsells Kinect in Japan but Fails to Ignite Sales Charts

Move Outsells Kinect in Japan but Fails to Ignite Sales Charts

170,000 sold and climbing

It's not easy to get concrete sales figures for peripherals in most territories, but Japanese firm Media Create has released life-to-date figures for PlayStation Move and its motion rival Kinect for Xbox 360, showing Sony's device has taken a clear lead. Andriasang reports that Sony has sold 170,000 Move controllers since...

News: Team Ninja Keeps Quiet about Move Support in Ninja Gaiden 3

Team Ninja Keeps Quiet about Move Support in Ninja Gaiden 3

Is no news good news?

Here's a series we didn't think we'd see on Move: super-hardcore hack-and-slash Ninja Gaiden, a franchise with so much action our arms are sore just thinking about playing it with Sony's motion controller. The most recent issue of the Official PlayStation Magazine features an interview with Team Ninja boss Yosuke Hayashi in...

News: Sega Serves Up a Special Bundle for Virtua Tennis 4

Sega Serves Up a Special Bundle for Virtua Tennis 4

What a racquet

Virtua Tennis 4 is on the way to Move in April, and Sega wants to help you get into the swing of things with a new bundle for the game. While we've seen plenty of bundles including Move and the game at hand, Sega's taking a different approach with VT4, bundling the game with two plastic racquet attachments for existing controllers...

News: Virtua Tennis 4 Gets Exclusive Content for PS3 and Move

Virtua Tennis 4 Gets Exclusive Content for PS3 and Move

Start a Net Blitz

After the disappointment of the PlayStation Move controls in Top Spin 4, tennis aficionados are now looking to Virtua Tennis 4 for a better racquet experience. Sega has just announced the game will land on PlayStation 3 with exclusive content compared to Virtua Tennis 4 on Kinect and Nintendo Wii. Virtua Tennis is as well known for...

News: Still More Demand than Supply for Move Controllers at GameStop

Still More Demand than Supply for Move Controllers at GameStop

Low supply holding back growth

When PlayStation Move launched way back in September, many shoppers reported an abundance of bundle packages compared to the controllers sold on their own. Six months on, GameStop President Tony Bartel has said in an earnings call that the company is still seeing substantial demand for the motion controller. We have...