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Sony Releasing Six PlayStation Move Titles This Holiday Season

Posted on Thursday, September 15 @ 12:59:05 PST by


SCEA has just announced that six titles featuring PlayStation Move support will be ready for this busy Holiday shopping season. Unfortunately, that killer app that could make the PlayStation Move a must-own is still missing. However, with six titles to choose from, there's bound to be something interesting, right?

Here are the six titles and their release dates:
  • Everybody Dance – October 18
  • Carnival Island – November 15
  • EyePet & Friends – November 15
  • inFAMOUS: Festival of Blood - October 25
  • LittleBigPlanet 2 Move Pack: Rise of the Cakeling – September 13
  • Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest – November 15
The line-up is predominantly aimed at the casual crowd and families. But at least there's inFamous 2: Festival of Blood - it has Vampires! Speaking of blood-sucking, I read somewhere that LittleBigPlanet2's Move Pack features Justin Bieber. Why? I have no idea.

Medieval Moves: Deadmund'sQuest was fun to play, and uses the PlayStation Move extremely well. It's developed by Zindagi Games who made the only PlayStation Move title that's worth owning, Sports Champions.
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