On Wednesday, Sony unveiled Move, its motion-sensitive controller.

A small device that looks like a microphone — but with something on top of it that looks like a ping pong ball with an LED inside — Move is Sony’s bid to gain control over the motion controller wars that are currently led by Nintendo, with its Wii controller, and which many think will be dominated by Microsoft and its Project Natal controller system. (CNET)

Move is set to be priced under $100 to compete against Microsoft’s Natal and to win over the Wii gamers. I am one of them and I have been thinking of PS3 for some time and the timing feels just right!

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  1. […] The National Purchase Diary group, NPD for short, has said that Xbox 360 has had more sales than Wii with overall sales of about $1.26 billion. While Xbox sold 422,000 units, Wii was able to sell about 397,000 units. The numbers seem close but it is clear that Wii needs to come out with something more innovative considering PS3 is moving into its remote console gaming market by introducing the Sony PS3 Move. […]

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