Dundee-based Cohort Studios’ chief executive Lol Scragg said they were very much impressed with PlayStation Move.
Speaking on the topic, he said, “The PlayStation Move is a great piece of hardware. It has a fantastic feel to it and it's incredibly accurate.”
He further said that studio had no issue with PlayStation Move while developing their motion title.
The technical features of the PlayStation Move facilitate velocity and rotation calculations to relay bowling accurately.
In addition, the PlayStation Move uses two motion sensors, three axes gyroscope and a three axes accelerometer that allows it to detect controller angle and movement.
Meanwhile, Sony’s newly released developer diary for PlayStation Move has stated that Brunswick Pro Bowling would be among the first titles to support PlayStation Move.