Breaking News In Gaming-Sony Debuts New Remote Device For PS3


Hello and greetings fellow otaku,

Now I know what you are probably thinking, how the heck is this picture related to this post. Well read on and you will see what I mean.

Just recently, Sony announced that they will be releasing a new remote type device for the Playstation 3. The new device know as the Playstation Move looks relatively similar to the Wii remote for the Nintendo Wii, however Sony claims that the move will allow players to be immersed into the actual game play itself with the remotes incredible precision. The Move will be available as a stand alone package, a starter kit with remote and eye camera and as part of a new PS3 bundle. The Following pictures show the Playstation move and Wii remotes side by side.

Ps Move  wii-remote-nunchuk

Now I don’t know about you guys, but I just have one thing to say about this. Sony, WHAT THE F*@& were you guys thinking when you were developing this device. Granted I know that you are just trying to get a share of Nintendo’s success, but making a knockoff of the Wii remote? ANTA BAKA!!!!!!!!!!!!! But before I get too much involved into this, stay tuned to Anime Full Circle for the latest developments on the story. And until next time, remember that their is a ton of great anime and manga out there. All you have to do is find it. Ltrs.

2 Responses to Breaking News In Gaming-Sony Debuts New Remote Device For PS3

  1. bluedrakon says:

    Remember, the simplest form of flattery is when you are imitated. I agree that I am not sure this is a good move on their part, but it may increase their sales 🙂

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