The number of titles that support PlayStation Move is growing rapidly, so if you're seeking Sony's new motion tech as a holiday gift, you should be well supplied.
As noted over at the PlayStation Blog , the number of Move-compatible games is now closing in on 50, and that includes newly released titles like Beat Sketcher and Auditorium , and older games such as Heavy Rain and Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition . Coming soon will be LittleBigPlanet 2 and Killzone 3 , two of the biggest PS3 exclusives to date, and both will give you the option of "Moving." You can see the full list of Move games through the link above; compatibility really is starting to pop up everywhere. The last two games I reviewed had Move support: Create wasn't great, but the motion sensing actually made control a bit more fun, and even Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos had it…but I didn't test it. Sorry, I just couldn't. I was tired, the game was boring me to tears, egg nog wasn't really helping my enjoyment and in the end, I didn't think anybody cared .
But anyway, the future should be bright for Move. We at PSXE are really looking forward to Sorcery , too.