Number Of Move-Compatible Titles Begins To Grow
Sony delayed the PlayStation Move until fall because they wanted to have more compatible software available when the new motion-sensing technology launched.
Well, they are indeed preparing a relatively large lineup that will support the Move, and SCEA CEO Jack Tretton has said that Sony is currently working on 20 first-party compatible titles and no less than 36 third-party publishers will also have games for Move this autumn. However, perhaps you're wondering what games are already on the list... According to PS3Center, the list already includes games like EA Sports Active 2.0, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11, Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition, Flower, The Shoot, LittleBigPlanet, SOCOM 4, Sports Champion, Eccentric Slider, Motion Fighter, and more. We also see the cutesy little Eye Pet on there, which was initially supposed to arrive last year but clearly, they wanted to wait until Move got...erm...moving. We know there are many of you who remain skeptical but perhaps we just need to get it in our hands; seeing isn't always believing, especially in this industry. We often need to interact before judging.
Then you've got the 3D-compatible list, which may be very large in the near future. We've heard that many game makers are planning to produce a 3D patch for existing titles, and of course, more compatible games will be announced in the future. Which are you more interested in: Move or 3D?
3/21/2010 9:46:26 PM John Shepard