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PlayStation Move review: Start the Party

This evolution of Sony's PS2 EyeToy-based minigame collections combines augmented reality with a variety of challenges that transform the Move controller into everything from a flashlight to a rescue helicopter. Sports Champions should serve well as a go-to party game for most Move owners, but...

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PlayStation Move review: The launch games

Once you get past that initial thrill of opening the packaging, setting it up and toying around with its settings, any platform is only as good – and as fun – as the games available for it. With the launch of PlayStation Move, the lineup of what's on offer is relatively limited and, as...

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PlayStation Move unboxed, demo disc detailed

Joystiq tipster Phil received a promotional PlayStation Move kit, which included two Move controllers, a PlayStation Eye camera and a demo disc. The disc features an interface inspired by the "Now Playing" section of the XMB, allowing you to quickly peruse its contents. Included on the disc are...

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PlayStation Move Starter Pack includes nine demos in the UK

The PlayStation Move is set to launch in the US on September 19 alongside several bundles. The Starter Pack -- a $99 bundle including one PlayStation Move controller, a PlayStation Eye camera and a copy of Sports Champions -- is apparently going to be a bit different when it launches in the UK on...

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Visual overload: Sony's E3 PlayStation Move lineup

PlayStation Move is essentially a brand new platform for Sony. While many of the motion-sensing launch games for the new PS3 controller are "Wii HD" titles, there are a few noteworthy additions, including echochrome 2, Heroes on the Move and a Move edition of Heavy Rain. Check out trailers for all...

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