I mean, we haven't heard anything about it in quite some time, and Sony never even mentions it anymore.
It's over, right? Done?
I suppose the question is this: Do gamers want it to be done? Granted, we never really got those AAA Move games (never even got one, unless you count Sorcery ), but the unit had plenty of potential. Developers probably just needed more time to refine their approach. Too many Move games were somewhat inaccurate and about a million times too sensitive, in my opinion.
Chances are, we won't be seeing much in the way of Move-related products on the PlayStation 4. It just didn't catch on, despite Sony selling – what? – like 10-15 million units, or something like that? For a while there, it was outselling Kinect, and the device was getting better reviews than Kinect, too. What happened? Did Microsoft just make Kinect better, while Sony neglected Move? It almost seems like Move has the same problem as the Vita currently has, which is a lack of developer support.
I'm really not sure I care, though. I viewed motion-sensing as a gimmick from the start. Some thought it was the future of gaming but I never once believed that. Did you?