No, not that one. The PlayStation 2 - not its next-gen replacement - is going to see motion-sensing games and controllers thanks to peripheral maker In2Games.
The accessory company, fresh off $15.1 million in venture capital, said a half-dozen games and the accompanying controller will ship out in December.
"The RealPlay range of games is aimed squarely at those PlayStation 2 owners who want to play wireless motion-sensing games without needing to splash out on a new console," said In2Games CEO Elliott Myers.
Each game (controller included) will cost $60.