Sony announces 16 new Move titles due in the next few months

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All the buzz is around Kinect at the moment but Sony has obviously planned some announcements to try and steal some for the limelight back from Microsoft in their special time.

The latest is an announcement by Sony that they have another 16 Move enabled titles scheduled for release in the next few months. I have to admit the only ones that really appeal to me are LBP2, Killzone 3 and SOCOM 4 all of which are Move enhanced not actually Move games.

I think this is where Sony is going to do very well with the core gamers though as everyone can pick up these games and the non-Move enabled gamers are then going to be nudged towards upgrading to the Move experience.

As for true Move titles then I don’t think you can go past Echochrome 2, that is looking pretty amazing.

The entire list is

  • Beat Sketcher
  • Dance Dance Revolution
  • Dead Space Extraction (available with Dead Space 2 Limited Edition)
  • echochrome ii
  • EA Create
  • Killzone 3
  • LittleBigPlanet 2
  • PAIN (PlayStation Move compatibility update)
  • PlayStation Move Ape Escape
  • PlayStation Move Heroes
  • SingStar Dance
  • SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs
  • The Sly Collection
  • The Fight: Lights Out
  • Tron Evolution: The Video Game
  • Zumba Fitness

These add to the huge list of currently available Move titles

  • Brunswick Pro Bowling
  • EyePet
  • Get Fit With Mel B
  • Heavy Rain
  • High Velocity Bowling
  • Hustle Kings
  • John Daly’s ProStroke Golf
  • Kung Fu Rider
  • MAG
  • NBA 2K11
  • Planet Minigolf
  • Racquet Sports
  • Rapala Pro Bass Fishing
  • Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition
  • R.U.S.E
  • Sports Champions
  • Start The Party!
  • The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s Quest
  • The Shoot
  • Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2011
  • Time Crisis: Razing Storm
  • Toy Story 3: The Video Game
  • Tumble
  • TV Superstars
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Source: VG247

Last Updated: November 5, 2010

Gavin Mannion

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