GDC 10: PlayStation Move Coverage
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Sony finally unveiled its motion controller in full today at its GDC 2010 press conference.
Officially called the PlayStation Move, the controller actually has two separate pieces. The main Move portion is what was shown at E3 2009 and features a glowing ball on the end that the PlayStation Eye (the camera) uses to locate its location. This half features an analog trigger on the back, a big, main button on the front, and the standard PlayStation face buttons (X, Circle, Square and Triangle).
The second half of the PlayStation Move equation is called the sub-controller.
This doesn't have a glowing ball on the end but instead features an analog stick, D-Pad, a couple face buttons and an analog trigger on the back. It's all wireless, so unlike the Wii Nunchuck, the sub-controller doesn't need to be plugged into the main motion controller to work.