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.
Looks like Playstation gamers will have something big to look forward to in a few weeks. Starting October 3rd, Sony will launch the Playstation Store for Playstation mobile devices. The Playstation Store will offer owners of Playstation-certified devices to play special content on select devices.
iTWire has had a chance to get some further hands-on time with the PlayStation Move motion controller for the PS3. Whilst it has improved in many respects from our first look, with an expanded range of launch titles to choose from, will this just be the HD Wii we have been expecting, or something more?
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