Sony's PlayStation 3 is getting another update, and it's in the form of a bigger hard drive and comes boxed with the Playstation Move controller. The first new model — which is available now — contains a 160GB hard drive and retails for $300, the same as the current 120GB model. The second will be hitting stores on September 19 and feature 320GB of storage space and include the Move wireless motion-sensor control and Eye camera as part of the Champions bundle. The Champions bundle also includes a copy of Sports Champions, and will retail for $400. Upon availability of the 320GB model, Sony will phase out its current 250GB model.
Sports Champions is being likened to Nintendo's Wii Sports, but does only come with the high-priced $400 PS3, making it a tough competitor for Nintendo's Wii, priced at $200 — a much more comfortable price for a casual gamer.