Sony has announced that they've shipped over 10.5 million PlayStation Move controllers to retailers worldwide, with support engineer Gabe Ahn telling GDC attendees that the peripheral has been "successful" during a recent panel. However, IGN reports that this figure represents total shipments of Move and Navigation controllers, and Sony has notably refused to tell us how many of these shipped units were actually sold to consumers.
This figure comes on the back of an admission from Sony that they "could and should have done more" to secure the Move a better market position in the UK. With big titles like BioShock Infinite and Sorcery firmly dated, though, we reckon that 2012 could herald a serious renaissance for the accurate peripheral. As always, we'd love to get your take on it.