First off, the Move controller itself will RRP for $69.95, with the navigation controller for $49.95. Though some games like R.U.S.E. will allow you to use a DualShock controller in conjunction with Move, skipping the need for the navigation controller – it’s just not as purdy.
A Starter Pack that includes the PlayStation Eye Camera and Move controller will RRP for $99.95.
Already available with Move support are Tiger Woods PGA Golf 2011 and R.U.S.E., as well as Flight Control HD, becoming available on the PSN. And here’s some first impressions on some of the games below.
Here’s a list of games launching with Move support today:
Start the Party! Move required RRP $59.95
Kung Fu Rider Move required RRP $59.95
And here’s a list of games that’ll support Move later:
NBA 2K11 (Oct 2010) No excuses for not hittin’ that three-pointer.
Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s Quest (Oct 2010) Wield the legendary sword of the King.
The Shoot (Oct 2010) Move required. It’s an on-rails shooter but sillier than Time Crisis. But not as silly as Point Blank. Somewhere in the middle.
TV Superstars (Oct 2010) Move required. Another minigame game, with you as a contestant on a reality TV show. Except it’s fictional reality. Unreal reality. Reality without the reality. I’ll stop now.
Heavy Rain Move Edition (2010) Now you can brush your teeth that much more realistically.
Time Crisis: Razing Zone (Nov 2010) Familiar arcade on-rails shooting action, with the option of using a gun peripheral to hold your Move wand.
The Fight (Nov 2010) Move required. Bareknuckle boxing simulator.
Singstar Dance (Nov 2010) Singstar + DDR. The bane of your neighbours.
SOCOM: Special Forces (2011) Pretend your ice cream cones are a gun. As if you didn’t do that already, anyway.
Killzone 3 (Feb 2011) If you’re Richie Rich, you can continue the fight against the Helghast with two Move controllers as your gun AND in 3D.
Did we miss any important ones? Let us know in the comments below.