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So, $49.99 for the Move alone, whos sold? Personally I thought Sorcery was great looking, so I might be buying one.

Anyone else?

Sorcery indeed looked good, just so you know it isn't a Move launch title, but there's still plenty, here's the full list:

Sports Champions, September 2010
Eye Pet, September 2010
Kung Fu Rider, September 2010
Start the Party! , September 2010
echochrome 2 (PSN), September 2010
Tumble (PSN), September 2010
LittleBigPlanet, Fall 2010
Hustle Kings, October 2010
PAIN (PSN), October 2010
TV Superstars, October 2010
The Fight: Lights Out, October 2010
The Shoot, October 2010
High Velocity Bowling (PSN) October 2010
Heavy Rain, October 2010
Sly Collection, November 2010
SingStar Dance, November 2010
LittleBigPlanet (patch)
LittleBigPlanet 2, November 2010
Beat Sketcher (PSN), Fall 2010
SOCOM 4, Fall 2010
Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 11 (Electronic Arts), September 2010
Toy Story 3: The Video Game (Disney Interactive Studios), September 2010
The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest (WB Games Inc.), September 2010
Brunswick Pro Bowling (Crave), September 2010
Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition (Capcom), September 2010
Time Crisis: Razing Storm (Bandai Namco), September 2010
NBA 2K11 (2K Sports), October 2010
John Daly's ProStroke Golf (OG International), Fall 2010
Racquet Sports (Ubisoft), Fall 2010
R.U.S.E. (Ubisoft), September 2010
Kung Fu LIVE (Virtual Air Guitar Company), October 2010
Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chao (Crave), November 2010
Disney Tron Evolution the Video Game (Disney Interactive Studios), November 2010

The highly-anticipated new-gen port of GTA 5 will be 50GB in size and incorporate some form of motion controls on PS4, according to a listing on PSN.

The PSN listing for the digital version of the game was spotted by the folks at GTA Forums, and it shows a requirement of 50GB of free HDD space, similar to The Last of Us: Remastered. Also, as with The Last of Us: Remastered, it may not end up actually using all of that space, rather be close to 4xGB, which is certainly not an unusual size these days.

Did the Move succeed in the markets? I don't hear a lot about it now.


--- Quote from: LineOfFoot on October 10, 2014 04:19 AM ---Did the Move succeed in the markets? I don't hear a lot about it now.
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It sold about 20+ mil apparently and PS4 supports it but ultimately Sony pretends it doesn't exist, a little bit like the Vita :(


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