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Sony: PlayStation Move has shipped 10.5M units
Sony: PlayStation Move has shipped 10.5M units
March 8, 2012 | By Mike Rose

March 8, 2012 | By Mike Rose
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Newsbrief: Sony said during a panel at the Game Developers Conference this week that its PlayStation Move motion controller for PlayStation 3 has now shipped 10.5 million units in total.

This figure includes shipped numbers for both the PlayStation Move controller and Navigation Controllers combined, stated Sony's field developer support engineer Gabe Ahn to IGN.

Sony did not however provide sales figures for the device. The company previously revealed last summer than the PS Move had shipped 8.8 million units worldwide.


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Joe Zachery
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When you think about how there has been no defining game for it. It's amazing that 10 million people just wasted their money like that.

k s
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Anthony I suggest you try Rise of Nightmares or Power Up Heroes both make great use of the Kinect.

Joe Zachery
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Kinect at least has Dance Central a game that has sold decently. For Move there is not one game you can say people bought the Move for.

Joe Wreschnig
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There's LBP2 for Move; Dance Central for Kinect; Child of Eden on both platforms.

Is it not enough to have fun games? Do we need some nebulously-defined "defining game"?

k s
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With the move these numbers are a little misleading, some games require two move controllers so some will have at least two controllers per machine and for those who want two player four controllers. It makes it more then a little difficult to tell how many people are actually using the thing.


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