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Features: Move's First Month

Move's First Month

What do we make of it?

On September 17th, PlayStation Move launched across Europe with a fairly wide range of titles: EyePet: Move Edition showed the controller's cute side, but Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition catered to core gamers too. Now we've had a month in Move's company, it's a good time to take stock of the controller's impact and its future...

News: Move Sold "Below Expectations" in US, Claims Analyst

Move Sold "Below Expectations" in US, Claims Analyst

But it's Pachter, so get the salt ready

Although the NPD reports claim PlayStation Move drove accessory sales upwards last month, and Sony claiming Move is outselling its expectations in Europe, it's not all roses and sunshine in Move World according to US analyst Wedbush Morgan's main games mouthpiece Michael Pachter. Even though we believe Move...

News: Move Outstripping Sony Europe's Sales Expectations

Move Outstripping Sony Europe's Sales Expectations

Its response: make more

Sony expected a slow start for Move, but it seems the controller has been more popular than anticipated, having surpassed the company's early sales targets. Andrew House, the head of Sony Computer Entertainment in Europe, spoke to Bloomberg about the accessory's early reception: [Move has had] very significant sales in the...

Out Today: John Daly's ProStroke Golf (Europe)

John Daly's ProStroke Golf (Europe)

Get ready to grip it and rip it

The blond-haired Lion is about to show the Tiger how it's done in the golfing department, with John Daly's ProStroke Golf driving its way to shops across Europe today. Unlike some critics we actually rather enjoyed Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11, so we'll have to wait and see how John's swing measures up. We'll let you know...

News: Rapala Pro Bass Fishing Flops into Europe's Net on October 29th

Rapala Pro Bass Fishing Flops into Europe's Net on October 29th

Fish are friends, not food

Whilst we wait for Japanese fishing RPG Tsuritore, there's another scaly simulator on the way in the form of Rapala Pro Bass Fishing, swimming its way to Europe on October 29th. Already released in North America, the game comes with its own proprietary wireless rod controller but is also fully compatible with Move for all...

Out Today: TV Superstars (North America)

TV Superstars (North America)

Televisual party game incoming

You might have dabbled in a spot of TV Superstars in the demo available on the Starter Disc or PlayStation Network, and if you liked what you played then starting today you can pick the game up in stores across North America. Featuring a range of minigames all based on fictitious reality TV shows, the idea is to do...

News: Analyst says Move Off to a Good Start at Retail

Analyst says Move Off to a Good Start at Retail

Demand surprisingly high

Although there are no hard figures for how many units PlayStation Move has sold in its first weeks on sale, US analyst Lazard Capital Markets believes the accessory is off to a great start. In a survey of consumers the analyst found demand to be higher than expected, particularly considering the "relatively high price...

Features: Yoostar2 - Blitz Games Studios

Yoostar2 - Blitz Games Studios

We finally make it into the movies

A month or so ago we reported that UK studio Blitz Games had updated its popular BlitzTech framework for full Move support, potentially paving the way for motion control to be incorporated into countless British-developed games. The studio isn't just an engine creator however, with several of its own titles...

News: Disney Sheds Blue Light on TRON: Evolution's Move Features

Disney Sheds Blue Light on TRON: Evolution's Move Features

Lightcycles and teasing

TRON: Evolution is, in Disney's eyes, the official follow-up to the original Tron, so it's putting a lot into getting its combination of racing and combat just right, including PlayStation Move support. Unfortunately details on how the controller will be used have been thin on the ground, but a recent preview event shed just...

News: More LittleBigPlanet 2 Beta Invites On the Way Next Week

More LittleBigPlanet 2 Beta Invites On the Way Next Week

Keep your eyes peeled

If you missed out on the first round of beta invites for LittleBigPlanet 2 then worry not: Sony will be sending out a fresh batch of invitations next week. If you've bought previous downloadable content for the original LittleBigPlanet, are a big community contributor or subscribe to PlayStation Plus, don't take your eyes off...

News: This Week's UK All-Formats Chart Light on Move Games

This Week's UK All-Formats Chart Light on Move Games

Down from seven to five

It's that time of the week again: the UK sales charts are in and it's time to see how the Move is faring in software sales. Last week's line-up saw seven titles across the top 40, whereas this week sees a slimmed-down proportion with five motion-supported titles in the chart. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 is the biggest-selling...

News: Sly Cooper Collection Screenshots a Bit Hit and Miss

Sly Cooper Collection Screenshots a Bit Hit and Miss

Go behind the mask

The Sly Collection is set to revamp all three Sly Cooper adventures from the PlayStation 2 in brand new HD-o-vision, with some 3D effects and PlayStation Move minigames thrown in for good measure. Now we've got some fresh screenshots of the pack to share with you, but they may not be quite as polished as you'd expect. Whilst the...

News: THQ Working on Expensive Move Game After All

THQ Working on Expensive Move Game After All

All is forgiven!

Back in September, THQ CEO Brian Farrell said his company would be developing cheaper games for Move and Kinect than its core range for traditional controllers, a statement that angered many. Now the head of THQ's Core division, Danny Bilson, has begun to extinguish the flames with the news the company's working on a big budget Move...

News: Stranger's Wrath Continues to Look Better and Better

Stranger's Wrath Continues to Look Better and Better

More developer diary shenanigans

Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath is shaping up nicely from its Xbox roots, with the latest developer diary from Just Add Water revealing hte hard work that's gone into revamping the graphics to today's standards. The entire article might open a few eyes of gamers who view conversions from older consoles to today's machines...