No, Sony Did Not Patent a New Move Controller

The big news of the day is that Sony has patented a new Move controller… except they didn’t. The patent in question, which features images of a different Move controller that you can see below, is simply a slightly changed one from 2008. Yes, 2008, two years before the Move came out. Here’s the proof. And here.

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dbjj120881870d ago

Hahaha, dumb. Well I guess that's why I read this site.

Godchild10201870d ago

Same, PSLS is not your average PlayStation dedicated news site.

Their articles as of lately have been hitting home with the truth, passion and integrity.

talisker1870d ago

Yeah, especially when they called a BIOS screen 'BSOD'.

Silly gameAr1870d ago

Ah. Sweet, sweet integrity and research. Don't see that from a lot of gaming websites anymore.

yeahokchief1870d ago

common sense. the move was a financial disaster. they wouldn't repeat their mistake.

doctorstrange1870d ago (Edited 1870d ago )

Sold millions without much advertising

Hingle_Mcringleberry1870d ago

Right, so many millions that they had to add navigator and ps eye units individually as well to bolster up Move sold units?

GribbleGrunger1870d ago (Edited 1870d ago )

Calling doom on the MOVE? Are you sure you want to do that? As long as it sells enough to get the support for those who enjoy it, that's all that matters. I don't like it myself but I know plenty of people that do ... So, please, hold off on the negativity because it could bite you in the bottom in a few years.

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