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Sony announces Move's 2010 launch lineup (31 games)

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gofreak

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Update 04/09/2010:

2010

September


Sports Champions
Kung Fu Rider
M.A.G.
EyePet
Start the Party!
echochrome 2 (PSN)
Tumble (PSN)
Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 11 (Electronic Arts)
Toy Story 3: The Video Game (Disney Interactive Studios)
Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition (Capcom)
Planet Minigolf (PSN) (Zen Studios)
The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest (WB Games Inc.)
Brunswick Pro Bowling (Crave)
Time Crisis: Razing Storm (Bandai Namco)
Flight Control HD (PSN) (Firemint)
R.U.S.E. (Ubisoft)

October

TV Superstars
Hustle Kings
PAIN (PSN)
The Fight: Lights Out
The Shoot
High Velocity Bowling (PSN)
Heavy Rain
NBA 2K11 (2K Sports)
Kung Fu LIVE (Virtual Air Guitar Company)

November

Sly Collection
SingStar Dance
LittleBigPlanet 2
Buzz! The Ultimate Music Quiz
Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos (Crave)
Tron Evolution the Video Game (Disney Interactive Studios)
Create (Electronic Arts)

December

Top Hand Rodeo Tour (PSN) (Perpetual FX Creative)

TBC 2010

Disaster Report 4 (Irem) 'Winter 2010'
Dungeon Defenders (PSN) (Trendy Entertainment) 'Winter 2010'
Dance Dance Revolution (Konami) '2010'
Racquet Sports (Ubisoft) 'Fall 2010'
Under Siege (PSN) (Seed Studios) '2010'
Beat Sketcher (PSN) 'Fall 2010'
John Daly's ProStroke Golf (OG International) 'Fall 2010'
Zumba Fitness (Majesco Entertainment) 'Autumn 2010'
Michael Jackson The Experience (Ubisoft) 'Holiday 2010'
Get Fit with Mel B (Black Bean Games) 'Q4 2010'

2011/TBC

Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD (PSN) (Just Add Water) 'Easter 2011'
Virtua Tennis 4 (SEGA)
SOCOM 4
Sorcery
Heroes on the Move
No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise (Konami)
Killzone 3
Dead Space Extraction (PSN) (Electronic Arts)
Plain Sight (PSN) (Beatnik Games)
Ignite (Nemesys Team Studio) (PSN)
Soaked! (Big Ant Studios)
Until Dawn
YooStar 2 (Blitz Games)
UFC Fitness Trainer (THQ)
Ape Escape PS3

Original post:

From this press release:

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sony-computer-entertainment-america-delivers-groundbreaking-3d-technology-next-generation-motion-control-experiences-and-an-unrivaled-playstationr3-game-line-up-at-e3-2010-96415564.html

31 games this year:

Sports Champions™, September 2010
Eye Pet™, September 2010
Kung Fu Rider™, September 2010
Start the Party! ™, September 2010
echochrome™ 2 (PSN), September 2010
Tumble (PSN), September 2010
Hustle Kings, October 2010
PAIN (PSN), October 2010
TV Superstars™, October 2010
The Fight: Lights Out™, October 2010
The Shoot™, October 2010
High Velocity Bowling (PSN) October 2010
Heavy Rain®, October 2010
Sly Collection, November 2010
SingStar® Dance, November 2010
LittleBigPlanet™ 2, November 2010
Beat Sketcher (PSN), Fall 2010
SOCOM 4, Fall 2010
Tiger Woods PGA TOUR® 11 (Electronic Arts), September 2010
Toy Story 3: The Video Game (Disney Interactive Studios), September 2010
The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest (WB Games Inc.), September 2010
Brunswick Pro Bowling (Crave), September 2010
Resident Evil®5 Gold Edition (Capcom), September 2010
Time Crisis: Razing Storm (Bandai Namco), September 2010
NBA® 2K11 (2K Sports), October 2010
John Daly's ProStroke Golf (OG International), Fall 2010
Racquet Sports (Ubisoft), Fall 2010
R.U.S.E. (Ubisoft), September 2010
Kung Fu LIVE (Virtual Air Guitar Company), October 2010
Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos™ (Crave), November 2010
Disney Tron Evolution the Video Game (Disney Interactive Studios), November 2010
And so far next year:

Sorcery™, 2011
Heroes on the Move, 2011
Killzone® 3, 2011
Surprised how much stuff there'll be. And it has a bit of variety ::shock::
 

gofreak

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They omitted Dead Space Extraction, but IIRC that was confirmed for Move during the conference too (?)
 

belvedere

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So glad it's not completely shovelware.

Also surprised about Time Crisis, it looks pretty damn cool.

Now get a better bundle and this thing has a decent chance.
 

gerg

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belvedere said:
Now get a better bundle and this thing has a decent chance.
I don't think that Sony can afford to.

Anyway, to run the risk of repeating myself, as I've said before Move looks like it could be a very good money-spinner for Sony in regards to software.
 

Laguna X

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I'm not a fan of the franchise, but I hope the Tiger Woods golf game delivers.
 

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Also surprised about Time Crisis, it looks pretty damn cool.
All I ask is that Namco port the old PS1/2 games to PSN. So sick of having to plug my Guncon2 into my remaining CRT.
 

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Sports Champions (comes with bundle)
echochrome™ 2 (PSN), September 2010
Heavy Rain (already own)
Sly Collection, November 2010
LittleBigPlanet™ 2, November 2010
SOCOM 4, Fall 2010
Sorcery™, 2011
Heroes on the Move, 2011
Killzone® 3, 2011

I'm all over these
 

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that's good but i want medal of honor and dead space as well. those devs DROPPED THE BALL.
 

kevm3

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The main benefit of move is that it has the good position of being able to be integrated into normal games fairly easily as an 'optional' control scheme. Developers don't have to develop games solely around move and thus cut off an audience.
 

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Needs more fitness and dance games. :p

Seriously that's a decent looking list though nothing personally stands out apart from LBP2 and maybe Sorcery.
 

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Move is like the ugly duckling for me. Out of all motion solutions it looked like, by far, the worst. Now it's the oposite. Its look much better than its rivals, with the right games it can deff work.

Im totally surprised with move.

And sorcery looked pretty good, lot of potential there.
 

belvedere

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I thought for sure MGS:Rising would support move.

I realize that has nothing to do with the launch, just thinking out loud.
 
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Much better line up than Kinect but nothing to get me to buy one. Nice to see stuff like LBP2, Killzone 3 etc compatible. But I'd say stuff like Dead Space 2 and definitely Rising need it's support as a nice bonus for those games.
 

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LBP 2 this year? Awesome

Anyway:

SOCOM, RE5, Sports Champions, Eyepet, KZ3, and Sly are all on my Move playlist. Throw in Tiger and Time Crisis too.

Nice fucking launch.
 

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Tmac said:
Move is like the ugly duckling for me. Out of all motion solutions it looked like, by far, the worst. Now it's the oposite. Its look much better than its rivals, with the right games it can deff work.

Im totally surprised with move.

And sorcery looked pretty good, lot of potential there.
how is this looking better then wii?

the wii has hundreds of games utilizing the wiimote
 

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€URO PRICES:

1. PlayStation Move + PS Eye + Starter Disc: 59,99 euros.

2. PlayStation Move only: 39,99 euros
3. Subcontroller: 29.99 euros.
4. PlayStation Eye: 29.99 euros.
 

dallow_bg

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Now, in the conference he said Time Crisis was getting an update along with Heavy Rain and RE5 Gold.

Then I saw the new Time Crisis:something game.

Both Time Crisis games getting Move support?
 

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It's awesome that core games can use it. Sony really was sittin on a goldmine of material here, and screwed up a bit. They could've demoed killzone with Move, LBP level creator and being able to point, draw, design, etc. Could've shown off the first footage of Dead Space with the move. Instead they picked an unknown game in sorcery, which looks fun, but not amazing.
 

gofreak

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Hydrargyrus said:
€URO PRICES:

1. PlayStation Move + PS Eye + Starter Disc: 59,99 euros.

2. PlayStation Move only: 39,99 euros
3. Subcontroller: 29.99 euros.
4. PlayStation Eye: 29.99 euros.
Really? Linky? That's great pricing compared to NA if true.
 

gofreak

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Also, did I hear wrong or did Kaz Hirai say that MLB The Show '10 would support Move and 3D?

If so that's a game missing on their 2010 list.
 

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all i want is sorcery

after all those tech demos i can't believe there's no painting game :/
 
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Hydrargyrus said:
€URO PRICES:

1. PlayStation Move + PS Eye + Starter Disc: 59,99 euros.

2. PlayStation Move only: 39,99 euros
3. Subcontroller: 29.99 euros.
4. PlayStation Eye: 29.99 euros.
So...

1. PlayStation Move + PS Eye + Starter Disc: £50

2. PlayStation Move only: £35
3. Subcontroller: £25
4. PlayStation Eye £25

Probably
 

Hypereides

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Really? Linky? That's great pricing compared to NA if true.
Indeed

Also, did I just see MOTHERFUCKING TIME CRISIS RAZING STORM THERE!!!!?? :D

3DS & PS Move really blew me apart today.

Cant wait me for some Time Crisis & Ape Escape PS Move lovin' :D :D :D
 
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wow looking nice. i have a feeling that there will be more games between now and fall (that are releasing in the fall) that will announce Move control support- Dead Space 2 being one of those if it isn't already. (or, wait... isn't it releasing in Feb next year?)

and for those that are going to post their cute "i can math!" posts about the cost of the controllers: 4-player mode only supports the wands- not wands AND subcontrollers. ie: there can only be 4 move devices wirelessly connected to the PS3 at one time, and the subcontrollers take up one of those slots each.
 
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They should really do a bundle with the Move and Subcon in one pack for those who have the Eye. £50 bundle for the two would be a decent deal I think.
 

gofreak

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i'm curious to see how some of these work with that like half a second lag.
Move's own lag is not much more than a gamepad, less than one frame for 30fps. And refreshes at at least 60hz. I'm not sure where you're getting half a second from...

Anyway, very pleasantly surprised about the euro pricing. Can't believe they're not doing the usual 'videogame price' conversion, and it makes for much more appealing prices. At least SCEE hit my 'move starter kit should be 60 euros' target :lol Even if that starter kit disc is a demo one, I think a similar kit in NA wouldn't go amiss.
 

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I am VERY disappointed at all the games that should've had Move support but didn't *shaking head*:

Call of Duty
Dead Space 2
Mafia 2
Portal
MG Rising (I mean COME ON!!!!!!!!!)

$400 for the PS3 bundle GODDAMIT SONY!!!!!!!!! $30 Nav con GRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!

I guess I was naive *sigh*

*looks at release list*

I don't see Munchables from Namco-Bandai, damnit man! That is one of the great Wii games that not even Wii owners know about.
 
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