Except one — Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception. In an interview with JustPushStart, Naughty Dog's Keith Guerette has explained that the motion controller was initially considered for the banner third-person shooter, but was eventually rejected.
Sony actually did approach us in the early stages of development and asked us to consider using the Playstation Move, he said.
What we determined is that there really was no good way to properly take advantage of the Move without changing the game play, language, and presentation of Uncharted as we know it.
We're sure Naughty Dog did their homework, but after trying out inFamous: Festival Of Blood with the Move we've totally changed our tune. Sucker Punch has proved that third-person shooters can work unbelievably well on Sony's motion controller — and that's a game that arguably places a greater emphasis on camera precision than Uncharted.
Either way, it's heartening to see Sony allow developers to maintain their creative vision. We wouldn't want to see PlayStation Move unnecessarily forced into everything, and if Naughty Dog felt that sticking with the DualShock was the best decision for Uncharted 3, then so be it.