Kevin Butler makes it all better

We already know what PlayStation Move does and how, but Sony is keen to crow more about the controller's capabilities in comparison to its motion control rivals. That's why it's created Move vs. Stuff and the comparison table within to show off exactly where Move leads and others follow.

Except, of course, that many of those features belong to PlayStation 3, not Move, and you certainly wouldn't expect Wii or Xbox 360 to get free access to PlayStation Network and download PSOne games. There's even an accompanying PDF to compare PlayStation Move to a pineapple and a hoop with a stick. Perhaps this sounded funny in a marketing meeting at Sony, but in practice it's a little on the immature side.

Other sites in the corral include Sensitive Fireman, in which a sensitive fireman (of course) tries to persuade a female member of your family that Move is really great, and Yay Buttons, which shouts about how great buttons are and how useful they can be. On each site you can even click Kevin Butler, VP of Auditory Opinions, to hear his opinion on the page at hand, something we wish applied to the entire Internet.