LittleBigPlanet, Pain, Flower and Resident Evil 5: Alternate Edition are just some of the existing games that are being updated to support Sony's new motion wands when they arrive later this year, and Sony says it's looking at more of its franchises, too.
Speaking with the Official PlayStation Magazine UK, Michael Denny, senior VP of Sony Worldwide Studios Europe, said: "When you give our development teams exciting new technology, it's great to see the experiences they come up with.
"And that's both in terms of new concepts and new games, but also the application of those technologies to our existing franchises."
He later added: "We are both working on new games and looking at applications to our existing franchises."
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