CrunchGear: "Sony sent us 4 games along with the PlayStation Move. Two of them make me want to turn off the PS3, curl up into the fetal position, and cry my pain away. One is decent. One of them is so damn good that I want to invite everyone I know over for a glimpse into the future.
The platform that Sony built here has incredible potential — now it’s up to game developers to make it worth while."
Two new patents filed by Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) suggest that a new motion-controller could be on the way, specifically designed to boost the interactive nature of the company’s virtual reality (VR) platform, PlayStation VR. The potential revision of the existing PlayStation Move controller adds an analog stick and a finger tracking technology. The controller looks like it is fitted with a wide array of buttons, including the essential trigger on the back and what looks like four buttons along with (presumably) the circular home button at the top. There’s even a hand strap to help you keep your grip on reality.
TK: Examining the boom of motion-controlled devices a few years ago and its recent decline. Peripherals considered include Kinect, Wiimote and PS Move.