Sony PlayStation Move in US stores by today

On September 19, 2010, in Gaming, by Salman

Sony PlayStation Move is one gadget designed by Sony that brings motion gaming exclusively to your PS3 system. The Sony PlayStation Move uses the Move motion controller along with the PlayStation Eye camera and PS3 system so as to track the every single move of the player and bring the player into the game. Though the Sony PlayStation Move is a bit late than expected for the North American market yet it is finally here for the North American PS3 fans.

“Consumers worldwide are showing increasing interest in motion-controlled, immersive gaming experiences and Sony’s designers have crafted precision game controllers using pin-point accurate, intuitive controls,” said Richard Doherty, Research Director for The Envisioneering Group. “PlayStation Move is poised to attract game players of all ages and genres this Holiday season, raising the bar for interactive entertainment for years to come.”

To be precise, most who pre-ordered the Sony PlayStation Move will have already started to collect the console from September 17 while the same will be available in U.S. stores on September 19. Around 30 titles have already announced which will take advantage of the PS Move’s functionality and many more are expected to dive into the pool. For the owners of PS3, the PS Move will be available for $99.99 while the complete package will be priced $399.99.

[via Crunch Gear]

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