We always expected the practicality of the device and the simplistic nature of its implementation (be it optional, or required) would make for a strong software line-up, but we never imagined the catch would be quite so large. With today's confirmation that DanceDanceRevolution PS3 will support the PlayStation Move, the tally of confirmed titles is now up to a whopping 46. By comparison, there are just 26 games announced with Kinect support — five of which are purely fitness games, while several other  games (Forza Kinect, Milo & Kate, Star Wars Kinect) appear to be little more than concept demos.

With so much content announced, we thought we'd compile a list of all the titles set to take advantage of PlayStation Move over the next 12 months. There's a lot of stuff here, so get your reading glasses on.

Games lineup correct as of 11th August 2010:

  • Ape Escape Fury! Fury! - expected to justify PlayStation Move controls in the same way that the original set the precedent for dual analogue control. Will probably be formally announced at the Tokyo Game Show.
  • Beat Sketch! - the title bundled with Japanese PlayStation Moves, Beat Sketch appears to be an augmented version of Mario Paint. Probably not enough to hold your attention for too long, but perhaps an exciting tech demo?
  • Brunswick Pro Bowling - because every motion controller needs a bowling games. The developers claim the Move helps accuracy a helluva lot, and seeing as bowling's not included in Sports Champions, this might be a first pick-up for many.
  • DanceDanceRevolution PS3 - the video game dance pioneers return with a Move controlled dance game. Details are slim as of publishing time, but the game's expected to be blown later this week.
  • Dead Space: Extraction - port of the Wii rails shooter will have complete support for PlayStation Move. Will be included free with Dead Space 2. Hopefully Move support will be announced for the complete package.
  • Deadliest Catch: Sea Of Chaos - little more than an announcement at the moment, but the sequel to the PC/XBOX 360 title is confirmed to have Move support.
  • Echochrome II - PlayStation Network puzzler with perhaps the most interesting implementation of the PlayStation Move yet; you control a flash-light to reveal secret pathways via shadows.
  • EyePet - updated version of last year's cute pet simulation — Move controls should make the game a little more intuitive.
  • The Fight: Lights Out - first PlayStation Move title to require two wands as standard, this is a gritty gesture-based brawler due shortly after the Move's launch.
  • Flight Control HD - an iPhone classic heading to the PlayStation Network, replacing touch-screen controls for PlayStation Move.
  • Flower - a Move patch is expected to improve the SIXAXIS controls of thatgamecompany's PSN title, flower.
  • Heavy Rain - getting a complete re-release to support PlayStation Move, Heavy Rain will replace its original button gestures with physical PlayStaiton Move controls. Will be available as a patch to those who already own the game.
  • Heroes On The Move - conceptually brilliant PlayStation mascot cross-over. Gameplay details are unknown however.
  • High Velocity Bowling - Sony's SIXAXIS controlled bowling title is expected to get a patch in order to incorporate improved PlayStation Move controlled strokes.
  • Hustle Kings - the multiplayer driven PSN pool title, Hustle Kings, is expected to get PlayStation Move support in the near future.
  • John Daly's ProStroke Golf - the first game in the PlayStation Move's golfing arsenal, promises realistic motion controlled swings.
  • Grand Slam Tennis - loosely confirmed for the PlayStation 3, the sequel to the Wii Motion Plus title is likely to take full advantage of the PlayStation Move's advanced accuracy.
  • NBA 2K11 - it's not known how 2K's annual sports franchise will take advantage of the PlayStation Move, but support has been confirmed by 2K.
  • Killzone 3 - another flash E3 announcement, Killzone 3's PlayStation Move support has yet to be fully detailed, but has been confirmed for launch.
  • Kung-Fu Rider - a whacky title from Japan Studio, in which players control an office chair through Japanese environments.
  • LittleBigPlanet - unlikely to get Move support now LittleBigPlanet 2 is due release, the original LBP was originally used to showcase the potential of the PlayStation Move controller.
  • LittleBigPlanet 2 - Media Molecule's confirmed that LittleBigPlanet 2 will support PlayStation Move, though there will only be a "taster" at launch. Full support's expected after the game's November release date.
  • Little Legue World Series 2010 - the first baseball game announced with PlayStation Move support. Will probably paved the way for Move controls in MLB The Show 2011.
  • Michael Jackson: The Experience - the second dance game in PlayStation Move's arsenal focuses entirely on Michael Jackson's catalogue.
  • PAIN - Sony's frequently supported human-catapult title is due a Move control patch at some point in the near future.
  • Planet Minigolf - the Playstation Network party-title's set to get PlayStation Move support via a patch.
  • Racquet Sports - Ubisoft's Nintendo Wii title jumps ship; Racquet Sports features a mix of tennis variants with PlayStation Move controls.
  • Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition - bringing the excellent pointer controls of the Wii's Resident Evil 4 to the PlayStation Move via a patch.
  • RUSE - the first of hopefully many RTS games set to take advantage of PlayStation Move's pointer accuracy.
  • Sesame Street - details are extremely scarce, but a video game adaptation of Sesame Street was confirmed to have PlayStation Move support. It's status is currently unknown.
  • SingStar Dance - extension of the popular SingStar franchise will add in dance moves to the karaoke package.
  • The Sly Collection - not a focal point of the game, but the collection of updated PlayStation 2 Sly Cooper games will include some PlayStation Move mini-games as a bonus.
  • SOCOM 4 - the most "traditional" title in Sony's initial PlayStation Move line-up, SOCOM 4 brings tactical shooting to the PlayStation Move with the enhanced accuracy of pointer-controls.
  • Sorcery - perhaps the most exciting PlayStation Move demonstration at Sony's E3 press conference, Sorcery mixes motion controls with more traditional game design to create an interesting package. Graphically it needs more personality, but the first look was exciting.
  • Sports Champions - arguably the first "must have" title in PlayStation Move's launch line-up, Sports Champions includes a mixture of motion controlled sports that showcase the power of the Move controller.
  • Start The Party - augmented reality party game which uses the PlayStation Eye and Move controller to place a number of objects in the player's hand.
  • Lord Of The Rings: Aragorn's Quest - likely to use the PlayStation Move controller to replicate sword fighting within the Lord Of The Rings universe. Confirmed, but details are scarce.
  • The Shoot - rails-shooter set within a movie set. Concept sounds simple but the graphics are stunning. Could be a bit of a sleeper hit.
  • Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 - updated via a patch around launch, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 is the second proper golf game to get PlayStation Move support.
  • Time Crisis: Razing Storm - another rails shooter, includes three variations of the Time Crisis formula - including Time Crisis 4.
  • Toy Story 3 - likely to get its mini-games enhanced by a patch for PlayStation Move.
  • Tron Evolution - once again, there are no details regarding Tron Evolution's PlayStation Move support, but it's likely the implementation will be similar to the Nintendo Wii version.
  • Tumble - interesting PlayStation Move puzzler which demonstrates the precise abilities of the Move controller. Players must stack blocks on top of each other, creating a balanced tower.
  • TV Superstars - typically SCEUK party game with a range of activities. Plays on the "celebrity" lifestyle by taking players faces and mapping them to characters, magazine covers, etc.
  • Under Siege - PlayStation Move controller real-time strategy game due on the PlayStation Network later this year. Will have support for user-created content.
  • Zumba Fitness - also due on the Wii and XBOX 360, Zumba Fitness is designed around the "Zumba" dance programme.

Which games take your fancy, valued readers?