At GDC 2010, Sony revealed a partial list of developers and publishers that would be supporting their “Move” peripheral. While the list at GDC contained the usual candidates, this more complete one is far more interesting:
Arc System Works
Activision Publishing, Inc.
AQ Interactive, Inc.
Electronic Arts Inc.
Ongakukan Inc. – (they make train games like Railfan
Q Games Ltd.
Game Republic, Inc.
Konami Digital Entertainment
Zoo Entertainment, Inc.
Square Enix Group
Sony Online Entertainment
Disney Interactive Studios
NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc.
505 Games US
Marvelous Entertainment Inc.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Food for thought:
1. Q Entertainment had a project codenamed QJ in development for the Wii. Making this multiplatform across Wii and PS3 would make sense, depending on the kind of game it is.
2. A Gust game with motion controls…? What?
3. Square Enix — no surprise there. Supreme Commander 2 with point-and-click controls?
4. Capcom — Super Lost Planet 2 Turbo with motion controls. Absolute no-brainer, since Resident Evil 5 is already doing it.
5. Marvelous — No More Heroes 2 with Wii-like controls.