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The PlayStation Move is in the frustrating predicament of being wonderful unique technology that simply isn't supported by enough of the right content. But even if Sony had put a lot of developer support behind the platform, the lac of dual analog sticks always limits immersion, which makes this new perupheral from Playhouse Entertaintment oh so interesting,

As you can see from the video above – the DualPLAY essentially attaches a PlayStation Move controller with a navigation stick to create a fully functioning virtually controlled hand. There are so many exciting possibilities with this peripheral, but I’m skeptical whether it will ever go into full production, let alone receive solid software support. Developers are wary in creating a motion title that requires anything more than a single Move wand, let alone 2 pairs of Move and navigation controllers.

If you’d like to support the DualPLAY becoming a reality, you can throw some cash at their indiegogo campaign. If you’d like to learn more about the peripheral iWaggle3D has an interview with Playhouse Entertainment’s founder.

Is the DualPLAY the type of accessory you would willingly support? How many quality games supporting the device would it take to convince you that the peripheral is worth your investment?

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I always felt it was a mistake not to put analogue sticks on the move controllers, dual wielding the move with full dual analogue support would be badass.

darkknightkryta said:
I always felt it was a mistake not to put analogue sticks on the move controllers, dual wielding the move with full dual analogue support would be badass.

Didn't Sony patent this type of thing a while ago and people were laughing and saying the usual "dildo" jokes? I think this would be really cool for some games like Skyrim where you can actually use one controller for the sword and the othe for the shield or spell etc..



I love the Dual Play. It's so... bad.

darkknightkryta said:
I always felt it was a mistake not to put analogue sticks on the move controllers, dual wielding the move with full dual analogue support would be badass.


Totally agree 



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riderz13371 said:
darkknightkryta said:
I always felt it was a mistake not to put analogue sticks on the move controllers, dual wielding the move with full dual analogue support would be badass.

Didn't Sony patent this type of thing a while ago and people were laughing and saying the usual "dildo" jokes? I think this would be really cool for some games like Skyrim where you can actually use one controller for the sword and the othe for the shield or spell etc..

They did

http://www.screwattack.com/news/sony-patents-dualshockmove-hybrid-controller-can-split-half




interesting. i love to see something happen with this tech

SvennoJ said:
riderz13371 said:
darkknightkryta said:
I always felt it was a mistake not to put analogue sticks on the move controllers, dual wielding the move with full dual analogue support would be badass.

Didn't Sony patent this type of thing a while ago and people were laughing and saying the usual "dildo" jokes? I think this would be really cool for some games like Skyrim where you can actually use one controller for the sword and the othe for the shield or spell etc..

They did

http://www.screwattack.com/news/sony-patents-dualshockmove-hybrid-controller-can-split-half


The design on the right is definitely better.  I hope this is the PS4s regular controller.  Though, they either need to make the balls on top smaller or have them removable.



  

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SvennoJ said:
riderz13371 said:
darkknightkryta said:
I always felt it was a mistake not to put analogue sticks on the move controllers, dual wielding the move with full dual analogue support would be badass.

Didn't Sony patent this type of thing a while ago and people were laughing and saying the usual "dildo" jokes? I think this would be really cool for some games like Skyrim where you can actually use one controller for the sword and the othe for the shield or spell etc..

They did

http://www.screwattack.com/news/sony-patents-dualshockmove-hybrid-controller-can-split-half


Patenting something and making something are two different things.  Though hopefully this will be the controller as someone else has mentioned.
Edit: Controller for PS4.



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Hmm I thought dual play was when you have a 3D tv and both players could have the whole screen themselves with the left Lens and right lens

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