Best PlayStation Move Game -- PSU 2010 Game Awards

  • Posted January 7th, 2011 at 06:01 EDT by PSU Staff


The nominees for Best PlayStation Move Game of 2010 are...


And the winner is...


Sony’s entry into the motion control market was anything but spectacular in 2010. That is not to say PlayStation Move is a poor product; in fact, it’s an extremely precise piece of gadgetry, but it launched with few titles that showcased its potential. Fortunately for the consumer, a Move bundle came equipped with a copy of Sports Champions, Sony’s answer to Wii Sports. Table tennis, beach volleyball, bocce ball, disc golf, gladiator duel, and archery are all available on the disc, complete with shiny graphics, a career mode, and support for up to four players. Sports Champions was, and remains, the best representation of the basic potential of PlayStation Move. It is also one of the few games designed exclusively for the PlayStation Move peripheral. While not a perfect outing, Sports Champions is fun, addictive, and easy to play for veteran gamers and newcomers alike.

And the Community Award goes to...


The PSU community, like our editorial team, selected Sony's motion sports outing as Best PlayStation Move Game of 2010. 56.1% of voters opted for Sports Champions, while Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition scraped in 31.7% of the votes. R.U.S.E., SingStar Dance, and Tumble each received less than 7.5% of the votes. 

Agree? Disagree? Voice your opinion in the comment section below.

...or return to the MASTER LIST -- PlayStation Universe 2010 Game Awards

Our unbiased editorial team selected all PlayStation Universe 2010 Game Award nominees and recipients. The community voted on each group of nominees to determine the Community Award(s) for each category. Only games available on a PlayStation platform (PlayStation 3, PlayStation Network, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation 2) were eligible for a PlayStation Universe 2010 Game Award.

Produced by PlayStation experts for fans and enthusiasts, PlayStation Universe is dedicated to entertaining and informing the core PlayStation audience and gamers at large with a quality mix of up-to-date news, insightful features, compelling media, and honest reviews from the world of Sony Computer Entertainment and PlayStation.
related articles

Related Content


Share With Your Friends!

The Facebook Platform

Connect to PSU's social reader to share articles and see what your friends are reading. [ More info ]

Article navigation


Related information

Related images

RSS feed

Forum discussions


6,221,302 Posts | 194,834 members