This is your guide to everything you need to know about the PlayStation Move: how it works, what it costs, and what games you can play on it.
If it wasn't for the fact that it appears to be an -ahem- expansion of Wii Sports Tennis, the most notable aspect of Ubisoft's Move version of Racquet Sports would be that its characters look like Xbox 360 Avatars.
The PlayStation Move, like a Wii Remote bolstered by Motion Plus is supposed to tolerate people who stop pointing the controller at the TV. I accidentally completed a successful test of that yesterday.
Picture tennis on the Wii, but without a Remote. You could say it's like Microsoft's Project Natal, but the surprise new Wii game that pulls this off is actually borrowing an approach from Sony's EyeToy. Kotaku swung through it yesterday.
Wii Sports Tennis taught publishers that Wii owners loved hitting things with imaginary racquets. Ubisoft takes this idea and runs with it with Racquet Sports, bundling tennis, ping pong, badminton, squash, and beach tennis in one hard-hitting package.