There's been a flood of information coming from Sony about the new PlayStation Move controller for the PS3, but Sony's technically inclined folks showed off some of the more technically capable members of GDC, getting down to the finer details.
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Add one more name to the pile of potential monikers for Sony's soon to be detailed PlayStation Motion Controller, the PlayStation Move.
A new trademark from PlayStation 3 maker Sony lends more credibility to the rumor that its forthcoming motion controller—still officially the PlayStation Motion Controller—will be called Arc. Konami's new Gradius Arc trademark, however, is something else.
This year's Game Developers Conference will see the introduction of the PlayStation Motion Controller and our newest peek at the PlayStation 3 peripheral, the subject a newly added session at the annual gathering of developers.
Sony's stab at motion control for the PlayStation 3 is currently known only as the PlayStation 3 Motion Controller, a name that likely won't stick. But is the glowing magic wand ultimately going to be known as Arc?