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Sony ships 50 million PS3s and 8 million Move controllers worldwide

Posted in PS3 by Reuben Drake on April 15th, 2011

Sony has reason to celebrate when it comes to sales of its gaming hardware. The PS3 has reached over 50 million units shipped worldwide and the PS Move controller has shipped over eight million units. That’s a lot of gear no matter how you look at it.

These are categorized as “shipped” because Sony reports sales to retailers, not end users like you and me. Anyhow, those are still huge numbers. The PS3 is on fire.

Move sales around 1.5 million in Europe, 300K estimated for US

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on October 17th, 2010

Sony’s PlayStation Move motion controller is definitely moving across Europe. Sony Europe’s Andrew House noted “very significant sales” for the Move, saying that it has sold “somewhere in the region of 1.5 million units for the new controller across just Europe.” Sales have exceeded Sony’s original hopes, so it looks like the company will likely increase production of the peripheral.

Sales may not be as great in America, however. In a report released to the media, Wedbush Morgan’s Michael Pachter estimated that the motion controller sold roughly 300,000 units in its US debut. That includes Move console bundles; though SCEA has not released official sales figures yet.

PS Move Ultimate Boxing Gloves

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on August 2nd, 2010

You wanna do some boxing with the PS Move, but you are worried about throwing the controller through your HDTV. Perfectly understandable. That’s where CTA Digital’s glove peripheral will help. It keeps the controller attached to your palm.

The Ultimate Boxing Gloves feature velcro pouches that will secure your Move controllers while you punch. There is also a second level of velcro security in the adjustable wrist straps, which make sure that both glove and controller don’t go flying.

Move Navigation Controller can be replaced by DualShock

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on June 17th, 2010

Good news for those of you who don’t like the Move Navigation Controller. At $30, I don’t blame you. It can be replaced by the DualShock controller. It may be a less comfortable solution, but you already have a DualShock controller.

Plus you get to hang on to that $30. At an E3 presentation about the Move, Anton Mikhailov has confirmed that the two controllers are interchangeable. It’s nice to know we have the option. Sony did right by gamers again with this news.

Nyko charge base for PlayStation Move

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on June 16th, 2010

It didn’t take long at all for the PlayStation Move accessories are start showing up. You’ll want to pick up the shooting attachment, but you’ll also want some more practical hardware like this piece from Nyko.

This Charging Station is a nice looking and minimal one. It features four ports for charging Motion Controllers and your Move Navigation Controllers. You can pre-order from Amazon for $20 to keep all of your gear charged.

Sony PlayStation Move launch details

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on June 15th, 2010

Sony unveiled details about Playstation Move at E3 today. The complete PlayStation Move Sports Champions bundle with the PlayStation Eye, Move and a game will cost $99.99, while the Move controller by itself will cost $49.99, and the navigation controller is $29.99. If you don’t already have a PS3, you can pick up a new console bundle with everything for $399.99.

Europe will be getting the the Move before we do, on September 15th. It will hit North America on September 19th.

500GB PlayStation 3 coming, with new Wi-Fi, Move

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on June 14th, 2010

An “industry source” speaking with games site CVG, says that Sony will release two new PS3 bundles this year, both including the PlayStation Move motion controller, and one of them featuring a huge 500 GB hard drive. One of the bundles will include a 250GB PlayStation 3 and the Move motion controller.

The other bundle will include a 500GB PlayStation 3 and the Move. That may be overkill. Then again, maybe Sony knows something we don’t. Maybe they have plans that take up a lot of space.

jOG forces Wii gamers to move around more

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on January 7th, 2009

jOG forces Wii gamers to move around moreSure, you’ve flicked your wrist again and again playing Wii Tennis. You’ve swung your arms about while playing baseball. Now, prepare to run…jOG. The jOG for Wii (also compatible with PS2) only allows gamers to use their joysticks if they’re physically jogging at the same time.

The device works by connecting to your controller through a cable and then being attached to your pants. After that, if you want to use the controller’s joystick, you better be jogging fatty. The jOG-S21 will be available in the near future and will cost around $25. Below you’ll find a video demonstrating how the jOG works.