Location in 3D space is of doubtless importance, but equally important in motion gaming are the angle, orientation, and acceleration of the controller, and PlayStation Move luckily has those in spades. The Move controller has a three-axis gyroscope, three-axis accelerometer and a "terrestrial magnetic field sensor." We're not sure what that last thing is, perhaps a compass, but it sounds pretty badass. The upshot of all this is that even if you take the light-up ball off camera, or it's obscured somehow, the controller still does a good job of figuring out its orientation and movement. A couple of games even have preprogrammed gestures for spin attacks where you literally spin yourself around, or taunts where you place the controller behind your back. In addition to the feedback of the light-up ball there's also built-in rumble. Poor SIXAXIS never stood a chance.
Most of these from what we can tell are slated to launch when PlayStation Move launches this fall. You can follow the rest of Joystiq's coverage , and check out our hands-on impressions with the games / controllers .
ACTUALIZACIÓN: añadimos los precios de PlayStation Move en España, confirmados por la propia Sony y que son diferentes de los que se filtraron ayer. Los