The word from San Francisco, where it was shown last night at the Game Developers Conference, is that it’s fun to play.
But it sure looks familar — just like Wii controllers, including a primary controller topped with a ball that reminds me of the Jack in the Box antenna globes. A secondary controller is pretty close to the Wii nunchuck, but with Bluetooth wireless instead of a cable.
Starter kits with a sensor and a game will cost less than $100.
Here’s a Sony video with game demonstrations via Joystiq, which has a big roundup on the gadget.