PlayStation Move: Full list of 34 supporting games

During Sony’s E3 press conference, the company decided to show off new PlayStation Move games – not old ones. But we’ve tracked down all the games that will support Move over the next year and there’s more than you think (with some surprises).

These motion controlled games included Sorcery (think Harry Potter) – the Move controller was used to wave around the character’s wand. You can also use your magic to turn into new creatures – such as a rat. What was key here was that you could control your character through traditional buttons, with motion controls used to enhance this.

Next up was Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 – yes we knew it would support PlayStation Move, but now we got to see it in action. EA was on stage to show that the game uses motion control to perform one-to-one motion – your real-world swing is fully translated into the game. So you better get practising on your golf. Move capability in Tiger Woods will be available via a PSN update for the game, with a further demo available on a newly announced “Move demo disk”.

The Move fest continued with Heroes on the Move. This game will star not just Ratchet, not just Clank, but Sly, Jak, Daxter and Bentley. Oh yes, the classic PlayStation characters are back. There’ll also be a new Time Crisis game supporting Move, in addition to Echochrome 2.

Sony also announced the release date and pricing for PlayStation Move, but here’s the full list of PlayStation Move games listed by release month:

September 2010

Sports Champions
Eye Pet
Kung Fu Rider
Start the Party!
echochrome 2 (PSN)
Tumble (PSN)
Tiger Woods PGA TOUR® 11 (Electronic Arts)
Toy Story 3: The Video Game (Disney Interactive Studios)
The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s Quest (WB Games Inc.)
Brunswick Pro Bowling (Crave)
Resident Evil®5 Gold Edition (Capcom)
Time Crisis: Razing Storm (Bandai Namco)
R.U.S.E. (Ubisoft)

October 2010

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

November 2010

Sly Collection
SingStar Dance
LittleBigPlanet 2
Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos (Crave)
Disney Tron Evolution the Video Game (Disney Interactive Studios)

Fall 2010

Beat Sketcher (PSN)
SOCOM 4
John Daly’s ProStroke Golf (OG International)
Racquet Sports (Ubisoft)

TBA 2011

Sorcery
Heroes on the Move
Killzone 3

Readers Comments (10)

  1. Dreamer_Lion June 15, 2010 @ 14:57

    Aggh, I still want to know if I can use the damn thing as a regular dualshock =/. At least the games the showed seem pretty responsive (Especially Tiger Woods).

  2. I’m curious as to how Heavy Rain will implement Move.

  3. Wtf!!!. Where in the world are games like crysis 2, metal of honor, and ghost recon???

  4. I think the PS Move is going to waste the Wii. The Blueray, improved movement and motion detection, awesome games, it’s going to be awesome!

  5. MAG is getting a update within the next month to support the move also.

  6. Move is already supported in heavy rain and if you have mag then you can get the Beta that allows you to use move controlelrs on it also the bowling game is alrady supported so to get the update you will need to sync the move conrtollers before you start the game

  7. Testing out the move my buddy jus picked up, and jus by playing with the included sports demo, the ps3 version of motion controlled gaming is far better than wii. The sensitivity and accuracy is much more complex, and my lazy friends complain about not being able to play sitting on the couch, but I think it’s awesome. One concern though: while calibrating the controller, the camera displays a real-time image of the room and you as u set up the locating profile. Call me paranoid, but what’s to stop someone from using it to spy on people? Just a thought

  8. Call of duty Black Ops with the move would be epic!

  9. god!this is amazinggggggggggggggg…………….

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