Move support spreading "like wildfire"

Game library nears 50 mark.

It's been a while since the last bout of Kinect vs Move sabre-rattling so it's heartening to see Sony step up to the plate and lob some new stats into the ring.

According to a post on the PlayStation Blog has taken the time to point out that there are more than 50 Move-compatible games available now or coming soon.

Sony marketing manager Kim Nguyen wrote, "From newly released PSN titles like Beat Sketcher and Auditorium to free updates on favorites like Heavy Rain and Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition, support for PlayStation Move is growing like wildfire."

Here's the full list, in case you haven't been keeping score:

Out now:

  • Auditorium
  • Beat Sketcher
  • Brunswick Pro Bowling
  • Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2011
  • Create
  • Dance Dance Revolution
  • EyePet
  • The Fight: Lights Out
  • Funky Lab Rat
  • Get Fit With Mel B
  • Heavy Rain (via PSN software update)
  • High Velocity Bowling (via PSN software update)
  • Hustle Kings (via PSN software update)
  • John Daly's ProStroke Golf
  • Kung Fu Rider
  • MAG (via PSN software update)
  • NBA 2K11
  • Planet Minigolf (via PSN software update)
  • Racquet Sports
  • Rapala Pro Bass Fishing 2010
  • Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition (via PSN software update)
  • R.U.S.E.
  • Sackboy's Prehistoric Moves
  • Singstar Dance
  • The Sly Collection
  • Sports Champions
  • Start the Party
  • Swords & Soldiers (via PSN software update)
  • The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest
  • The Shoot
  • Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 (via PSN software update)
  • Time Crisis: Razing Storm
  • Toy Story 3: The Video Game (side modes via PSN software update)
  • TRON: Evolution
  • Tumble
  • TV Superstars

Coming soon:

  • echochrome II
  • Dead Space Extraction
  • de Blob 2
  • Dungeon Defenders
  • Dungeon Hunter: Alliance
  • PlayStation Move Heroes
  • Killzone 3
  • LittleBigPlanet 2
  • Michael Jackson: The Experience
  • Modern Combat: Domination
  • No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise
  • SOCOM 4
  • Sorcery
  • Top Darts
  • Under Siege
  • Virtua Tennis 4
  • Yoostar 2
  • Zumba Fitness

For reference purposes, the Kinect library currently runs to 20 titles, with around another 20 announced to be in development.

Unlike Move's batch, most of the good stuff is a long way off. Child of Eden, from Rez creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi is due in February, but forthcoming highlights like Codename D from Suda51, Forza Motorsports 4, Project Draco from Panzer Dragoon's Yukio Futatsugi and Terminal Reality's "super compelling" Star Wars game are all much further out, with no release dates confirmed.

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