Stash Your Playstation Move Controllers in Style With Nyko’s Charge Station.

Posted on March 03, 2011


Overall Feeling:

The slickest Move charger we’ve seen so far. Works just as good as it looks! Rating :


One of my biggest annoyances with the Playstation Move is controller management. The round design of the controllers makes them awkward to store and charging them is a huge hassle. If you have a newer PS3, you only have two USB ports, so charging four controllers is not possible, and having to rely on a PC or other USB source for charging is not so convienent. Thankfully Nyko has developed an incredibly slick solution to your PS3 Move controller woes .

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Latest PlayStation Move Sharp Shooter Video Shows Off SOCOM 4

Posted on February 12, 2011

In just less than two weeks Sony will be launching the Sharp Shooter controller add-on for the PlayStation Move.  The first major Move add-on released by Sony, the Sharp Shooter potentially marks a big change in how we play fps and third-person action games that utilize the PS Move. For the people who don’t pay attention to plastic based console add-ons, the Sharp Shooter is a housing/controller in which the PS Move and a Nav Con can be placed inside, thus allowing the player to hold a small gun while they play games like Killzone 3 or SOCOM 4.

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PlayStation Move Racing Wheel adds mass to your motion

Posted on November 06, 2010

CTA Digital continues its domination of all PlayStation Move accessories with the release of the PlayStation Move Racing Wheel with stand. As you can see above, the wheel comes with a slot across the center to store a Move wand, thus making you feel as if you’re using a plastic wheel rather than one, you know, made out of air.

We kid, actually — the grip can instead hold a DualShock 3 (with SIXAXIS!) controller, so if you want to use it for tilt steering rather than motion control, you can do that as well. The wheel also detaches from the stand if you’d rather just hold it by itself. And we don’t know how cheap it is yet, since there’s no MSRP listed. For more information (and a chuckle at the expense of some poor commercial actors — “COOLER!”), head after the break for a promotional video.

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MAG developer diary showcases Move support

Posted on October 10, 2010

If you need a little convincing before you think about introducing the PlayStation Move peripheral into your tightly regimented MAG strategies, you should probably check out the developer diary posted below. Don’t think about it as a ball-tipped motion controller: Think of it like a marshal’s baton.

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Weekend Discussion

Posted on September 18, 2010

Halo: Reach. Civilization V. PlayStation Move. Tokyo Game Show 2010.

Could a gamer’s life get busier? Oh, yes. We’re not even into October. There are still a ton of titles hitting retail before 2010 rings its final bell. (And let’s not even talk about how busy the first few months of 2011 will be.)

Let’s enjoy it while we can and hope everything works out when we pull out our wallets.

  • Alice O’Connor: I imagine I’ll continue to work my way through the Halo: Reach campaign, grumbling all the way. Monday Night Combat shall be my palate cleanser.
  • Brian Leahy: This weekend I’ll be playing Halo: Reach–three achievements left!—and Civilizat…

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Heavy Rain Getting PlayStation Move Support Next Week

Posted on September 14, 2010

The promised Heavy Rain patch adding PlayStation Move support will be released on September 22, Sony has announced, followed soon after by a Move-enabled demo.

The free patch will let you waggle and shake your way through Quantic Dream’s adventure game for growed-ups using the motion-sensing PlayStation 3 peripheral. September 28, meanwhile, will bring a downloadable demo featuring the ‘Sleazy Place’ and ‘Crime Scene’ areas and boasting PS Move support.

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