PlayStation Move Racing Wheel Brings Motion Controls To Any Game. Yes, Any Game...

According to reports online, it appears the PlayStation Move Racing Wheel doesn't work solely with games supporting it. Apparently, it works with any game, even those with no Move compatibility whatsoever.

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MikeMyers4250d ago

Awesome indeed if it works. If it does work why haven't the people at Sony mentioned it yet?

remanutd554251d ago

i think it would work with Motorstorm Apocalypse too

iWaggleVR4251d ago

It does, yeah. Also in NFS Most Wanted. Natively so I mean.

miyamoto4251d ago (Edited 4251d ago )

We rarely see you here, but thanks for the post.
You have helped so many gamers with your work. Keep it up.

GribbleGrunger4250d ago

I'd just like to say: Best reviews on the internet

Y_51504251d ago

That is one of the coolest controller designs I have ever seen...

Blankman854250d ago

And now we are back to taking things too far.
That thing looks ridiculous. Looks like something batman rejected.

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Blankman854250d ago

Hicken, do you have a man crush on me or something? I mean you're always there and I feel bad cause you're in my ignored users list and I hardly read your replies.
On topic, the controller does look like a prototype for one of Batman's gadgets, you have to admit that and it is NOT in ANY WAY the coolest controller ever lol.

DivineAssault 4251d ago

That is a pretty slick control for simulators.. I think move will be PS4 compatible cuz these things being put out at such a late stage of PS3s life wont make sense.. How many more MOVE COMPATIBLE sims will be released for the nx 2 years? This design is very deep for just a few games

iWaggleVR4250d ago

Well, according to this rumor, it's more than just a few games :P

But I agree the timing is "suspicious" at the very least.

GribbleGrunger4250d ago

What part of a ten year lifecycle don't you understand?

Yangus4250d ago

This thing awesome design Sony...
Made in Vietnam?

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SullysCigar1011d ago

I use them most days and have for years 🤷🏻‍♂️

They're definitely way past a needed update, but I've got a tonne of fun out of them, so they haven't failed me.

bouzebbal1011d ago

The best motion control platform it's so intuitive.. Died due to lack of support from Sony.. It had some amazing games

thorstein1011d ago

They are used constantly for PSVR games. So, no they haven't failed. Neither has PSVR (or VR in general.)

Bigman4k1011d ago (Edited 1011d ago )

The article was talking about why it ps move failed before psvr came along


It failed because it sucked plain and simple.

LOGICWINS1012d ago

I feel that's a bit harsh. To this day, playing Killzone 3's campaign with PS Move/Sharpshooter gun combo is the most fun/immersive experience I've ever had with an FPS.

I think Move was simply not as profitable as Sony wanted it to be, but it didn't "suck".


It most definitely sucked. You people can act like it was something special all you want but it was horrible. The entire motion control fad was a waste of resources and time. Ever single motion controller besides the Wii failed and is no longer being used today in gaming. It's ok to admit it...

Minute Man 7211011d ago


The Move was better that the Wii mote. If the Wii was anywhere accurate as the Move was you could say the Wii was better. Sure it sold boatloads but was it really played consistently??

yeahokwhatever1011d ago

I played it in 3D with the move gun on a 100 inch projector and it BLEW MY MIND. I was exhausted, but i finished the campaign standing there.

SullysCigar1011d ago

"Ever single motion controller besides the Wii failed and is no longer being used today in gaming"

Just no. Games release most weeks (for years now) that support Move controllers. Some ONLY use Move controllers.

Look, I get you're not a fan, but if you're going to rant, at least inform yourself in advance.