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Become a PlayStation Move Developer for $100

Posted on Wednesday, July 27 @ 09:19:47 PST by

Have you dreamed of one day making your own sub-par PlayStation Move game? Now, you too can make shovelware with a little bit of development skill, a PlayStation 3, and a PlayStation Move controller! Just download the newly released application from the PlayStation Store!

Here are some of the things you can do with
  • Create an epic, AAA first-person shooter, and then tack on PlayStation Move support!
  • Design a family-friendly, over-simplified piece of shovelware!
  • Port shitty Wii games!
  • Make your ice cream cone PlayStation Move glow in up to 256 shades of color!
  • Ruin established PlayStation franchises!
In all seriousness, the app is capable of some really cool stuff. At GDC when it was first announced, we saw developers controlling robots using the Move controller. [Yes, it may just save us from the Terminators. ~ Nick] I encourage anyone with any skills and some good ideas to pick it up and make something that's worth playing, because from what I've seen, Sony first-party and third-party developers can't. is available in the PlayStation Store for $99.99. If you're a college professor or university student with a .EDU email address, you can apply to get it for free at the official website. To do that, and for more information, visit:


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