Unveiled at the recent Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Sony’s forthcoming wand-shaped motion controller and the smaller subcontroller handle similarly to Nintendo’s Wii Remote and Nunchuck. There are differences, of course: It’s lighter. There are fewer buttons. The batteries are rechargeable. And there’s that big glowing sphere on the end.
The biggest difference seems to be in the games — admittedly in the early stages of development — that were showcased for the PlayStation Move at several events during the conference. There’s another level of interaction and kinetic fidelity with many of these titles because the system uses a PlayStation Eye camera and can make players part of the game.
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