Despite Microsoft’s Xbox Kinect and Sony’s Playstation Move, Nintendo’s original motion sensing Wii is still a force to be reckoned with, as is Nintendo’s main mascot Mario, whose “Super Mario All-Stars” 25th Anniversary Edition is set to come down under, probably sooner rather than later, but will the Red Wii and DSi XL follow too?
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Sony is looking past its nose into the future of entertainment, and is seeing a 3D generation. At E3 today the electronics giant unveiled release dates and pricing for the PlayStation Move motion controller as well as software push into the third dimension. Sony also announced a premium, not free, version of the PlayStation Network.
Sony announced a video download service for the Australian market today in Sydney, but they also gave a select few (including myself) the chance to try out the new motion controller, and check out Sony’s PS3 based 3D gaming.
Okay, that is a little naughty for a headline, but the PlayStation Move motion controller does feel like Sony has effectively created the Wii HD. French based developer/publisher Ubisoft has announced a release supporting the new PS3 control mechanism called Racket Sports.
Microsoft has released pricing for the Xbox 360 Kinect motion and voice sensing controller. Arriving before Christmas and packaged with a game, Microsoft is going aggressive with its controllerless push. News also of a new 4GB Xbox 360 Arcade model hitting the market.