Sony barely mentioned pricing with their PlayStation Move motion controller, only noting that the combo pricing with PlayStation Eye and a game will cost less than $100. But by our back-of-the-envelope calculations, the experience is going to be really expensive.
The Wii MotionPlus, Nintendo's hardware patch to make true on the promise of true motion-control gaming, is here. While it's pretty damn amazing—it truly is 1:1 motion detection—it still isn't perfect. And part of that is the software.
Just a quick note to our faithful Giz readership: While we usually publish major product reviews in a timely manner, you won't be seeing a Wii MotionPlus review on our site any time soon.
E3 was positively epic this year—it's like we got brand new consoles from Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo, but with the same boxes we have in our living room right now. Here's all our coverage in one handy spot:
One year after its unveiling, WiiMotion Plus is days away from locking onto Wiimotes everywhere. Let's get the bad news out of the way: Go ahead and earmark another $80 for Nintendo's coffers.
What is Nintendo up to for E3? With the new DSi out and Wii MotionPlus coming out, it looks like a year for software. And these two new trademarks may reveal their announcements early.
After months of silence on Nintendo's part, Wii MotionPlus has finally gotten an official release date. It'll be out June 8th for $20.
Nintendo's saying that Wii Sports Resort, a title with the sole purpose of supporting the MotionPlus release, is coming in July. Or, as they could and should have just said, the MotionPlus is coming in July.
Hold your horses, because after IGN said that Wii MotionPlus was delayed, Nintendo is saying that it is not delayed. Kind of. Sort of. Or something.