Sony intro new PlayStation Move bundles ahead of Black Friday sales

Sony release brand new PlayStation move bundle.

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Sony are starting their gift-giving season right now with the introduction of a brand new PlayStation move bundle that includes two Move games, Sports Champions and Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest.

This bundle is set to hit retailers nationwide next week and contains everything you need to have a fun game night, the PlayStation Move motion controller, PlayStation Eye camera, and a copy of the greatest-selling PlayStation Move title Sports Champion and Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest for $99.99 MSRP!

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Medieval Moves is a game specifically designed for PlayStation Move, where you use your PS Move motion controller to sword fight, shoot arrows, and fling throwing stars at your enemies. It also offers support for full stereoscopic 3D.

Sports Champions is a classic fan-favorite Move title, which lets you compete against your friends and family in the ultimate sports showdown. Events include Disc Golf, Gladiator Duel, Beach Volleyball, Archery, Table Tennis and Bocce.

Sony haven't stopped there, though! Sony are also excited to announce the availability of the PlayStation 3 Everybody Dance bundle, which is a Target-exclusive and at an amazing price of just $299.99. It includes a copy of the ultimate Move game, Everybody Dance, a 320GB PlayStation 3, a PS Move motion controller, a PS Eye camera and a DualShock 3 wireless controller!

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