Sony Announces Gaming Controller To Rival Wii

03.12.10 | FL News Team

Sony is looking to break into the Nintendo Wii market by offering an interactive controller of its own. The company unveiled its new PS3 Move, which uses wireless motion controller technology. Sony showed the device off during this year's Game Developer Conference in San Francisco. The company will also release a series of games to compliment the controller. The Move is scheduled for release in the fall and will cost about 100-dollars. Microsoft is also working on a Wii rival, the Project Natal for Xbox 360, which many technology analysts think will dominate the market. Natal is expected to hit stores in time for the holidays.