Entries in 'move' (208)
The HD re-make of No More Heroes will be a PS3 exclusive in the US, publisher Konami has confirmed.
Sony has announced that PlayStation Move has sold one million units in its first month in the US.
Platform holder Sony has for the first time revealed some early sales numbers for Move, which was launched in mid-September.
Sony has not released any sales data for the recently launched PlayStation Move, but one analyst reckons that everything’s got off to a good start on the far side of ...
Developer Zipper Interactive has confirmed that a patch has been released that introduces full Move compatibility to its PS3 exclusive shooter MAG.
Having worked wonders in bringing video games to a whole new audience with the Wii, EA hopes that Sony can carry on where Nintendo left off and take the Wii ...
PlayStation Move got off to a flying start when it launched last week, but Sony says there’s much more to come from the motion controller.
The US arm of retailer Best Buy is to increase the shelf space it gives to video games by cutting the allocation granted to DVDs and CDs.
With a wide assorted of supported titles at launch and plenty more in the pipeline, Move has the ability to please those core fans as well as appeal to this ...
Tomorrow marks the arrival of PlayStation Move on the UK High Street – and perhaps it’s not surprising to see Tesco undercutting the rest of the market to offer the ...
With the release of Halo Reach just days behind us the video games industry is already bracing itself for the second big launch of the week – the PlayStation Move.
It has been a difficult period for the UK games market.
PS3 owners will be able to play Heavy Rain with a new Move-compatible control scheme as early as next week.
The trade will be treated to a good old fashioned format war next week when Sony steps into the motion controller ring – toe-to-toe with Nintendo, and two months before ...
The reviews are in and new IP RUSE has been given a thumbs up by the critics.
Sony is spending £750,000 to ensure PlayStation Move is embraced by mainstream audiences when it launches next week.
A new site hosted by iconic Sony marketer Kevin Butler has dished out a number of comical digs to rival motion systems Wii and, in particular Kinect.
Move is unlikely to be a massive sales success on day one when it lands in the UK on September 17th – instead, Sony believes that the device will sell ...
The arrival of Kinect and Move this year does not mark the end of the traditional console hardware cycle, according to Ubisoft’s European MD Alain Corre.