GDC 2010: Sony Reveals Support For PlayStation Move

By Shawn Collier on March 11, 2010, 9:00PM EDT
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During Sony's press conference at GDC 2010, the company unveiled the official name for their much-anticipated motion controller, the PlayStation Move. During the conference they mentioned that over 30 publisher had already vouched for supporting the peripheral, but until now the full list had yet to be revealed.

While the list includes obvious publishers such as Square Enix, Namco Bandai, and Ubisoft, there are also some relatively unknown publishers, some of which have already released Wii titles which took advantage of the motion control the console has. Marvelous, which is known for publishing the No More Heroes series in Japan, could possibly be entertaining the thought of patching Move's controls into the No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise HD port or porting the recently released No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle to HD consoles. Other smaller publishers include Atlus and Gust, which as of now have had a relatively small amount of their titles released on HD platforms.

The full list of publishers supporting PlayStation Move include:

Arc System Works

Irem Corporation

Activision Publishing, Inc.

Atlus

AQ Interactive, Inc.

Electronic Arts Inc.

Oxygen Games

Ongakukan Inc.

Gust

Capcom

Q Entertainment

Q Games Ltd.

Crave Entertainment

Game Republic, Inc.

Koei Corporation

Konami Digital Entertainment

Cyberfront Corporation

CCP

Zoo Entertainment, Inc.

Square Enix Group

Spike

SEGA

Sony Online Entertainment

THQ Inc.

Disney Interactive Studios

Tecmo Inc.

Paon Corporation

Hudson

NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc.

Bigben Interactive

505 Games US

From Software

Marvelous Entertainment Inc.

Majesco Entertainment

Ubisoft

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

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