The wait is over - PlayStation Move is finally out in the shops for public consumption. But before you buy, we thought we'd provide you with a Need To Know guide to the hardware, launch games and some fun features created by the men and women of GamesRadar to get you in the mood for Move.
Above: We're pretty sure you know what Move looks like by now but there's no harm in a reminder, eh?
What is PlayStation Move?
This is Sony's attempt at breaking into the Motion Controller market with PS3 and PlayStation Eye. Call it Wii HD if it makes you feels better, but from our experiences with both this and the Wii-mote, Move feels more accurate. 1:1 movement means it tracks every nuance of your waves and waggles perfectly, means you see the action on-screen instantly.
That bulb on the end of the Motion Controller? It lights up with different colours. It sounds pointless but with games like the upcoming Sorcery, it will indicate which spell you're currently wielding. It also has all the face buttons from a standard DualShock as well as the Move button on top and a trigger underneath for zapping/shooting/poking stuff.
The thing on the left in the picture above is the Navigation Controller. It has an analogue stick and a D-pad and is used for - you guessed it - navigating characters. You can use this combo with Heavy Rain to steer Ethan et al around and then the Motion Controller to following the on-screen prompts.
A PlayStation Eye (Sony's camera that also works as webcam) - £24.99/$39.99 RRP
PlayStation Move Motion Controller - £34.99/$39.99 RRP
... And although they're not completely necessary a Move Navigation Controller. Why aren't they need you ask? Because you can use a DualShock controller to do the same job, albeit in a bit more clunkier fashion.
What's the launch game line-up?
Pretty good. There are a lot of familiar looking titles lurking within the line-up like Sports Champions, which is not too dissimilar to Wii Sports, except, y'know in HD. Here's the full list...
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