Sony Bolstering Move Titles From October to November

Sony has announced six move-enabled titles and updates that will be available for purchase beginning in October all the way through late November. Among these titles are inFamous 2 – presumably an update for the core game, as well as support in the coming inFamous 2 DLC Festival of Blood. Little Big Planet 2 is getting more Move enabled content as well with Little Big Planet 2: Rise of the Cakeling. Sony has also revealed that there are 80 Move enabled titles in development currently. The full list of games coming soon and released recently are as follows;


  • inFamous 2: Festival of Blood DLC – October 25th
  • Little Big Planet 2: Rise of the Cakeling DLC – September 13th
  • Everybody Dance – October 18th
  • Carnival Island – November 15th
  • EyePet & Friends – November 15th
  • Medieval Moves: Deadmund’s Quest – November 15th
Hopefully this is an indication that Sony hasn’t forgotten about it’s Motion peripheral and the consumers who have invested in them, but only time will tell. So far there have only been a handful of substantial titles that feature Move support, and hardly any that really showcase Move as the star of the show. Stay positive Sony fans, and if you don’t feel like Sony is doing enough to support the Move – tell them! Tell us!

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