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Initial post: Aug 22, 2010 8:10:24 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Sep 24, 2010 5:03:47 AM PDT
Locke says:
61 games and counting!

I noticed that searching for playstation move games on Amazon gives out a pretty sparse list, and it's cluttered with accessories too. I'm going to try to keep a list of games here with links either to the product page when available or pages on other sites if not, mostly for people interested in the Move but not sure what's available. If anyone knows how to make a clickable link that's not a product page, let me know!

Since some games can be used with a Navigation Controller, I put a little tag on the ones that can. I also put a note on the ones that you can play while dual-wielding Move controllers. I put compatible because none of them are required. You can always use a Dualshock/Sixaxis instead of a NaviCon, and the two Dual-Move games can be played with one (by itself for Sports Champions or with a Dualshock for The Fight). Many thanks to jerryn for the idea!

Most of the info was taken from the wiki for the list of Playstation Move games. If you want to see that one instead, the link is below. I won't be offended, honest :P Thanks to James for the idea.

Available before launch (Move support will be patched in to some games that are already released):

Heavy Rain *NaviCon Compatible
MAG *NaviCon Compatible
Little League World Series 2010
Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition *note, only the gold edition will be patched *NaviCon Compatible
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11
Toy Story 3 The Video Game

Posted on Aug 22, 2010 12:18:08 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Sep 22, 2010 5:51:45 PM PDT
Locke says:
Available before launch (Move support will be patched in to some games that are already released):

X Flower - A statement that just came out said that there are no plans for Flower to get support at this time.
High Velocity Bowling [Online Game Code - Full Game]
Hustle Kings [Online Game Code]
PAIN [Online Game Code - Full Game]
Planet MiniGolf [Online Game Code]

Posted on Aug 22, 2010 12:19:39 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Aug 31, 2010 8:10:48 PM PDT
Locke says:
Available at launch:
[ Move compatible: ]

Echochrome 2 - PSN game, should be out in September. Preview and E3 trailer here. Wiki says it doesn't require the Move, so I put it under compatible, but I haven't found any confirmation that it's Dualshock compatible.

Eyepet - Although Eyepet is already released elsewhere (not in North America yet?) it will be patched for the Move. I heard the magic card thing was very glitchy, so it will probably benefit from having the self-lit Move controller.
- EyePet

Flight Control HD - PSN game, available relatively inexpensively on the iPhone etc., so hopefully it will be cheap on PSN. Confirmed to support the Dualshock, but I can't figure out how...

R.U.S.E. - This RTS kept getting delayed, but it's still supposed to release early enough to be a launch title. Move might not be better than mouse/keyboard, but it's certainly a step up over the Dualshock for the genre. *NaviCon Compatible

The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest - I haven't heard much about it anywhere, but it's apparently a launch title. Go figure. *NaviCon Compatible
- Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest

Posted on Aug 22, 2010 12:20:20 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Aug 30, 2010 3:29:10 PM PDT
Locke says:
Available at launch:
[ Move required: ]

Beat Sketcher - Supposed to be out in Fall 2010, this is one of the games shown in the general PS3 Move trailer. I know it's about painting/drawing, but other than that, I can't find too much info on its features. PSN game, so it's not too expensive. Gamescom trailer here.

Brunswick Pro Bowling
- Brunswick Pro Bowling

Grand Slam Tennis 11 - Wiki for Grand Slam Tennis says available at the Move launch, but it's not cited and I can't find a source.

Kung Fu Rider - Involves riding down a slope on an office chair while doing kung fu moves and dodging things and grinding on rails and avoiding Yakuza-ish mobsters and Hong Kong and Taiwanese girls and... oh, sorry the last one's just a demo I found, but highly relevant. :P
- Kung Fu Riders

Racquet Sports - Original game on Wii, now will be released for PS3 just before the Move itself.
- Racquet Sports

Sports Champions - Comes with this bundle, obviously, so don't buy in addition to the bundle. Includes Disc Golf, Gladiator Duel, Beach Volleyball, Archery, Table Tennis and Bocce. I have no idea what Bocce is, and I'm too lazy to look it up right now. Sounds like good cheese? *Dual-Move Compatible
- Sports Champions

Start the Party - Mini game collection that's a little bit zany.
- Start the Party

Tumble - This PSN game is a full $60 and due for release in... 10 years... OK, ignore the Amazon link, this block puzzle game is a launch title and it's like $10. Gamescom trailer here.
- Tumble

Posted on Aug 22, 2010 12:21:13 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Sep 24, 2010 5:06:48 AM PDT
Locke says:
Available after release:
[ Move Compatible: ]
(pg. 1/2)

Ape Escape Fury! Fury! - So far announced only for Japan, this is supposed to be out 3rd/4th quarter 2010. Not actually sure if it requires the Move, but the previous games didn't, so I'll put it under compatible.

Buzz!: The Ultimate Music Quiz - Available in November, Gamescom trailer here

Create - The challenges in this game are puzzle that are solved by creating a chain of events, sort of like Dominoes with regular objects. There's also a good set of creation tools, including painting art into your scenes, that give off a bit of an LBP vibe. It's supposed to be out in Q4 of this year.
- Create

Dance Dance Revolution - I only know that it's released this fall, not sure of the exact date. Amazon has sparse info on it, so I'll also include the latest announcement from Konami.

Dead Space Extraction - Comes with the PS3 version of Dead Space 2 (it's the Limited Edition on Amazon, though same price as 360), which will be out on January 25th. It will also be available on its own on PSN.
- Dead Space 2

Disaster Report 4 - The third installment wasn't localized from Japan, but we'll see about the fourth. Just announced to be out this winter with Move and 3D support.

Dungeon Defenders - This game is slated for this fall with full Move support for PSN. It's a combination of a hack-and-slash dungeon crawler and a strategic tower defense. Check it out here! *NaviCon compatible

EA Sports Active 2.0 - Fitness game that is due out in the fall with Move support. It's the only dedicated fitness game for Move that I know about, so it's worth it if that's what you're looking for.
- EA Sports Active 2

Infamous 2 - The US Playstation blog just put this up as one of the Move compatible games. It's not due until next year, and we don't have any info on how exactly the Move will be used, but the clips of it that they've shown have been great. The video on Amazon has the new Cole that was recently changed to be more like the old Cole. The second video shows his new older look. :P
- Infamous 2

Killzone 3 - One of the biggest titles to support Move, this FPS will be out next February 22. *NaviCon Compatible
- Killzone 3

Little Big Planet 2 - This highly anticipate sequel will release in November this year. They are working on allowing you to map Move controller movements to actions in your own levels, the same way that they will be allowing mapping of buttons and sixaxis movements. The plan, though, is to patch in the full creation tools for Move later. At launch, there will be Move levels included to show off what will be possible to create through the patch.
- LittleBigPlanet 2

NBA 2K11 - Released only a couple weeks after the Move itself, I haven't found any info on exactly how the Move will be utilized.
- NBA 2K11

No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise - The original Wii game has already been ported to PS3/360 in HD, but only in Japan. Konami is officially bringing the port to Europe for the PS3 next year, along with Move support. Hopefully we'll get it stateside, though we can always import. The press release is in this link.

Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath - This HD FPS remake should be available on PSN at around Easter next year. I've never played it, but from the reviews, it seems to be pretty good :)

PDC World Championship Darts: Pro Tour - Multiplatform darts game that will feature Move support on the PS3 version. The throwing mechanic is said to be accurate, simple, and immersive.

Sesame Street (working title) - I have no info on this game.

The Sly Collection - Should be out this November. The main games (Sly Cooper 1-3) don't use Move, there are just some mini games included, if I understand correctly. It's got 3 platinum trophies in case anyone's interested :P
- The Sly Collection

Socom 4: U.S. Navy Seals - Due for release next year in Europe, and now confirmed to release in 2011 for the US, this TPS was one of the first games to be shown with Move support. *NaviCon compatible
- SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs

Time Crisis: Razing Storm - On rails shooter that's out in October. Rocket Launchers and Machine Guns ahoy! It has 2 player local multiplayer. It also includes online multiplayer battle mode where you play against other players. *Update, there's an FPS mode compatible with the NaviCon shown at Gamescom, pretty sweet deal!
- Time Crisis: Razing Storm

Posted on Aug 22, 2010 12:22:19 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Sep 22, 2010 5:46:25 PM PDT
Locke says:
Available after release:
[ Move Compatible: ]
(pg. 2/2)

Tron: Evolution - Releases on December 7th. There's a collector's edition announced, so I'll add that in too. *NaviCon Compatible
- TRON: Evolution
- TRON: Evolution Collector's Edition

Tsuritore - A fishing RPG. Yes, you heard me right, fishing + RPG. Not much has been announced about it, but a site went up for it. It is supposed to come out this winter in Japan.

Under Siege - An RTS on PSN. It's supposed to be built for the Dualshock, though I'm sure the Move is still better for it. It's due out on November 3, 2010. Website here. *NaviCon Compatible

Virtua Tennis 4 - Just announced to have Move support at Gamescom, due sometime next year.

Posted on Aug 22, 2010 12:22:48 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Sep 15, 2010 8:06:40 PM PDT
Locke says:
Available after release:
[ Move required: ]

Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos - Eh... E3 trailer here. *NaviCon Compatible
- Deadliest Catch

The Fight - Originally intended to be a release title, this one has been pushed back about a month to let them polish it up. Best with two Move controllers, but a dualshock can be used in one hand. *Dual-Move Compatible
- The Fight: Lights Out

Get Fit with Mel B - Fitness game that is out on September 28th, using the Move controller. Workouts tailored to your needs, including dance fitness, cardio, step and kickboxing, are included.
- Get Fit With Mel B

Heroes on the Move (working title) - To be announced release date, but sometime next year. Includes two characters each from the Ratchet and Clank, Jak and Daxter, and Sly Cooper franchises. *NaviCon Compatible
- Heroes on the Move

John Daly's Prostroke Golf - Due out only a couple weeks after the Move's launch.
- John Daly's ProStroke Golf

Michael Jackson: the Experience - Coming out in 2011, also includes the option to sing along with a microphone. Gamescom interview here.

Pixeljunk Lifelike - Another PSN title from the creative and wonderful line of Pixeljunk games. This should be coming out this winter, and combines music and movement together. There's a teaser embedded in the link - though I can't put on sound because I'm at school, it's still quite amusing :) PSXExtreme says it's only about $5.99 converted from yen.

The Shoot - I thought this was a launch title, but I guess it comes out in early October. Light gun game.
- The Shoot

Singstar Dance - Another dance game, looks a little difficult without having memorized moves because it doesn't seem to give much indication on the next move, while you mirror a silhouette. Singing and dancing are done by separate players, up to 2 on each part. Gameplay video here followed by the Amazon link, due in November.
- SingStar Dance

Sorcery - Debuted at E3, Sorcery is based on Gaelic/Irish mythology. Due out next year, most accounts say that it looks really good. *NaviCon Compatible
- Sorcery

StarDrone - Not a lot of info on this yet, but it should be coming out this fall. I guess it's been on mobile platforms and computers, but has been too fast for analog sticks (judging by the video). Now that there's Move, it'll be out on PSN.

Top Hand Rodeo Tour - PSN game, experience a professional rodeo, with roping and shooting and more. Features both online and local multiplayer.

TV Superstars - Pretend you're on TV. I guess.
- TV Superstars

Yoostar 2 - Act out scenes from movies. Release date is sometime next year.

Zumba Fitness - Should be coming out this year, this game looks like it is less like other fitness games and more like other dance games.
- Zumba Fitness

Posted on Aug 22, 2010 12:23:18 PM PDT
Locke says:
Most info taken from the wiki for list of games compatible with the Playstation Move, checked with websites online. If there's news about a new one (or if I just get something horribly wrong), post here and I'll update! I'm not sold on the format I put up, so suggestions are fine too.

OK, I think I'm done for now, I may go take a nap...

Posted on Aug 25, 2010 12:27:28 PM PDT
Locke says:

I found out that Time Crisis: Razing Storm has a FPS mode, where you manually move yourself around. That means that the Navigation Controller or a regular controller can be used with it.

Dungeon defenders is coming out this fall. It's a combination of item-collecting dungeon crawler and a tower defense, a nice combination! It's not PSN exclusive, but it will definitely support the Playstation Move for the PSN version.


Posted on Aug 27, 2010 6:40:17 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Aug 27, 2010 7:13:21 PM PDT
Locke says:

I managed to forget to include Create and EA Sports Active 2.0. Create is part puzzle game, part widget creator that has an art style and creation elements that resembles Little Big Planet. EA Sports Active 2.0 is a fitness game, and I think the only one that's available with Move support. So now they're in there. Both are due out on like November 16th if the Amazon date is correct.


Posted on Aug 29, 2010 2:04:15 PM PDT
Locke says:

Infamous 2 has been put up on the US Playstation blog as being Move compatible! I'm excited, I loved the first one. It's not an official announcement though, so if it gets taken down and you see, post here to let us know.

I put up a link on the top of the page to the wiki and tried to go through and update links to any Amazon pages that were made recently. I think there was just the one to the Deadliest Catch though.


Posted on Sep 10, 2010 2:19:18 PM PDT
Locke says:
Haven't been posting updates for awhile, but still putting things up. We've seen four more games come up in the last week or so. Biggest one was probably the awesome Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath. The announcement was brought up by James in another thread, and I'd just like to add that it is one of six Oddworld projects by Just Add Water. Does that mean that all five of the others will include Move support? We'll have to wait and see! :)

Disaster Report 4 was also announced for Japan. We didn't get a localization of the last one, so hopefully this one will make it overseas.

Get Fit With Mel B adds to the fitness category (which was oddly sparse so far) and better still is coming out very soon, at the end of September.

Finally, there's a rodeo game that's coming out called Top Hand Rodeo Tour. It'll be out on PSN, and looks fairly unique.


Posted on Sep 22, 2010 5:57:09 PM PDT
Locke says:

A statement went out that there are no plans to put Move support in for Flower, so that's been taken off the list. In its place, however, are three games that don't look terribly big budget, but have their own style and pizazz. StarDrone was announced first, which looks very fast-paced and fun. Pixeljunk Lifelike combines music and movement together, and really, assuming that anything Pixeljunk is good is a pretty safe assumption. Finally a fishing RPG named Tsuritore had a website put up about it, though there's only confirmation of release in Japan.

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