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    Amazon Opens PlayStation Move ‘Store’

    July 13, 2010 Written by Anthony Severino

    Last October, Amazon.com opened up a ‘PlayStation Network’ store which offered game codes that could later be digitally downloaded on the PlayStation Network. It seems that this unique store on Amazon has had some success, as the world’s largest online retailer has now opened ‘stores’ for the PlayStation Move and Microsoft’s Kinect.

    Being a PlayStation site, we’re going to focus on the PlayStation Move store, but if you’re a multi-platform gamer (like-myself) you can check out the Kinect store, here.

    The Amazon PlayStation Move store offers not only links to buy PlayStation Move hardware, accessories and of course, games, it also gives tons of information to consumers about the upcoming PS3 motion controller. It even has a little section called “What is the PlayStation Move?” that tells you all about the device due to launch this September.

    That’s not all of course, the new store offers discounts on many of the PlayStation Move’s most anticipated titles such as:

    Sorcery -  $36.99

    EyePet – $36.99

    Sports Champions – $36.99

    The Fight: Lights Out – $36.99

    Start the Party – $36.99

    SOCOM 4 – $56.99

    LittleBigPlanet 2 – $56.99

    Granted those aren’t major savings, but if you’re planning on buying many of these titles anyway, you might as well save where you can.

    Check out Amazon’s PlayStation Move store here.

    Check out Amazon’s Microsoft Kinect store here.

    Do you think Amazon’s PlayStation Move store will help educate consumers looking to purchase the PlayStation Move this fall? Let us know in the comments below.