36 Listed to develop games for the Playstation Move

SCEA president Jack Tretton revealed that Sony won’t be the only company that will make games for the Playstation move. In fact, a total of 36 developers and publishers are already signed up to do so.

Some of the Playstation Move supporters are big names like Capcom, Activision, Sega, EA, Konami, and Square Enix.

Below is the full list of publishers:

  • 505 Games U.S.
  • Activision Publishing, Inc.
  • ATLUS Co., LTD.
  • Bigben Interactive
  • CCP
  • Crave Entertainment
  • CYBERFRONT Corporation
  • Disney Interactive Studios
  • Electronic Arts Inc.
  • FromSoftware, Inc.
  • Game Republic, Inc.
  • GUST CO., LTD.
  • Koei Co., Ltd.
  • Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd.
  • Majesco Entertainment
  • Marvelous Entertainment Inc.
  • NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc.
  • ONGAKUKAN Co., Ltd.
  • Oxygen Games
  • Q Entertainment Inc.
  • Sony Online Entertainment
  • Spike Co., Ltd.
  • THQ Inc.
  • Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
  • Zoo Entertainment, Inc.


Written by: Marc Macayan - News Contributor


  1. #1 by mcloki on March 11th, 2010

    No Naughty Dog, No INsomniac. Or are they part of First Party. I guess that’s where Media Molecule would go.

    Capcom bring out Zack and Wiki please.

  2. #2 by Royalty32 on March 11th, 2010

    I just hope they use this device to its full potential. Give me great games and ill be happy.

  3. #3 by Trieloth on March 11th, 2010 [ 3426 Points ]

    @McLoki Iam fairly sure insomniac will come up with something extremely cool.
    Iam not sure what to think of the glow ball thing but I like the support its getting already. Go Sony Go Sony!

  4. #4 by JimmyMagnum on March 11th, 2010 [ 83116 Points ]

    @mcloki: AFAIK, Naughty Dog is first party. Insomniac is either first or second.

    hopefully we’ll get some awesome games on here, and not fall victim to the waves of shovelware the Wii wound up with

  5. #5 by TheRealMaxPower on March 12th, 2010 [ 960 Points ]

    The reports from CES aren’t very good for this or Natal. Move games are being compared to 1st gen Wii games. It is sounding like Move will go through some growing pains with the much improved games coming in 2011.

    Natal just sounds broken. Developers are having a hard time getting it to work correctly.

    I really wonder why Sony and Microsoft didn’t wait and release a far superior motion control system with their next gen systems. Both of these will be $100 or so and the Wii will surely get a price drop to $150 by this Holiday shopping season. The Wii does have a handful of games that will be better than anything offered on the PS3/360 motion controls when all 3 are in the market.

    I don’t know how much market share they hope to steal from Wii, but they have 2 years to do it. Both of the new motion controls seem half baked to me and with more development could have been so much more.

    If PS3 and 360 want take more of the Wii’s thunder they need to get their system prices down as low as possible. Both systems are $300 (360 needs the HDD) and the magic number, at least in the past, has been $199.

    Both systems will lag behind Wii until they hit $199. Experts expect a Wii price drop very soon and that will help their stagnate sales of late, putting them back to #1 in monthly sales.

    I am still hoping that move can pass Wii in gameplay control. I just think it won’t happen until mid 2011, which is fine by me.

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