Justin Klugh of PS3node takes a look at the Playstation Move and asks himself if the Playstation Move will make a big splash with PS3 owners or if it will be another niche product like the Playstation Eye.
Some do, some don't. Why the generalization?
Yeah, I'm sure not all 360 owners are going to buy Kinect but some are.Same with Playstation.
don't even bother with him
I really want to play Sorcery with Move. It just looks like fun to me. But I was sold from the tech demos. One of my favorite demos is using one controller as the eyes in first person and the other as the hand, like reaching into 3D space and moving objects, to include steaming video windows. If you have this months Qore check it all out. It's really cool and works great. No actors at all.
I really want to play the fighting games but i'll have to spend $100 for two moves plus how much the game i want will be. It'd be worth it if im sweating and burning up calories though...
yup i want the move.
If you're a PlayStation 3 gamer like Green, shoot yourself in the fucking head.
::starts handing out guns::
it makes sense for me because they are using it in core games that i want to play.
Move your @$$? I am not sure I am comfortable doing that with you Justin. Anyway since Sony console owners are used to playing both casual and hardcore games, I don't see why it's so hard to believe that we would want it.
"Sony console owners are used to playing both casual and hardcore games". Are you sure? Because if I said that on N4G about PS3 or 360, I would get all disagrees. I am sure most of you want the motion. But where are you ordering it from. Do you expect Sony to have enough at launch or are most of you waiting for next year to get it?
That would depend on what the games play like. I hear the Move controls well, but I have yet to get my hands on it.
Move is proven to work with almost any type of game. Ranging from exclusives to multiplatform games of varied genres. A lot of it being due to the fact that it's an actual control+camera. Kinect won't be able to do all that because it's just a camera.
I plan to get it when I can, some of the games coming out like the new echochrome are a must play for me and move is the best solution for those games. Since I have the Eyecam move is very cheep for me.
Move is for everyone, for all type of Audience and Ages, Sitted in your couch or Stand, for sure, Shovelware and Casual Games to Hardcore and Mature Games: http://www.youtube.com/watc... Move it!
I plan on getting Move on day one. I probably wont get all the launch games but there are enough for my family to play using it. Also I like a lot of the more core games that will be utilizing it as well. With Move added into the PS3 arsenal the future is looking very bright.
I just went pre-ordered mine and payed it off today. I can't wait for it.
this is just a better way of doing it.
i know alot of people forgot about the motion in the ps3 controllers and its pretty good the loading screens in killzone2 the way u conrolled them was 1-1 so i dont get why it failed so hard maybe devs just didn't know how to put it in there games
high velocity bowling, flower, flow, gta4, kz2 and many more.
Here's the bottom line. If it has good lineup of games and it works well, I'm buying it because I'm always looking for fun. It's why I like games. I don't care what platform it's on. Move has an impressive lineup of hardcore games coming up, so I'm looking into it. I'm not buying it because I'm "impressed by the tech" or "it has potential". Oh, and side note. We've had motion controls since 2006.
I really want Ape Escape PS3 with Move, also wouldn't mind trying Heavy Rain with move
Day 1 buy for me.. Agree if you want move, disagree if you dont want move.
My main draw to it, is it seems it offers precision, which many console games need rather than wrestling a right toggle stick. If it offers that, then I see it selling (eventually) a lot more than people think. If it's a significant advantage, especially online, then people will buy it or get left in the dust. This is a very sensible middle ground for Sony, rather than just trying to pass as 'more advanced/futuristic' like Kinect. 'Practical' is more important.
Motion controls are inherently imprecise which is why people who are passionate about games that require twitch reflexes and precise jumps prefer an analog stick over motion controls.
It definately is a precision instrument. I was on Gamespot listen to them talk about how effortly it works with game R.U.S.E. Even if it doesn't destroy the Wii or sells as many as the Kinect, it is definately going to be added to my PS3 this September.
I'm a ps3 owner and want it. I will embrace anything that adds to my gaming experiance. currently the mouse is 8 times out of 10 the best way to experiance things (menus work so much nicer with a mouse IMHO). and I think move could go further.
don't bother reading this blog it's written by lets just say someone who does not even own a ps3, and likes to generalize us all... the fact that the user has not even considered that all the technical experts have called it the most precise motion controller to be released, it's basically like using a 3d mouse, imagine that if you can... On topic yes I do want the move, and at east it has lots of games I am interested in like sorcery, Socom 4, Ape Escape.
i have the eyetoy.i have the pseye.i have the motion controller "sixaxis" since launch.motion is just another way to play. but what draws ps3 gamers to move is the precision.just like street fighter,just like gt5,just like mgs4,just like demon souls,things like that. we don't want hand holding like in forza with rewind or it moves and brakes for you with kinect.we don't want hand holding and let it shoot for you like in splinter cell.we don't want games like on wii where you don't get full control.it does most of it for you and you just waggle. ps3 gamers want to control our games.we want no lag or any detection of lag.so we will buy move because it works.we have seen demonstrations of it working.we have seen hands on previews with regular people and it works.and not smoke and mirrors. what's the point of playing games if the game plays for you?
I'd get it. Regardless I'd probably still get it
Did no one tell this guy Infinity Ward is gone? O_o
I'm hurtin xD
So yeah, bring it on!
I owned a Wii. I sold it because of Move. ;)
I would love to see move implemented with the hardcore aspects of a game like demon souls, fight night or various action games.... If sony can show me the hardcore games using the move, they gotta sale right there from me.... Also, please no socom 4... That game is best played on the edge of my seat with a dualshock 3 and sony blutooth headset coordinating efforts with my clanmates....
I plan on getting Move on day one.
With Move, I'm more interested in the interface/virtual manipulation tech demos we've seen. Whether these remain just demos or become freely available will play a large part in whether I adopt Move early or not. I am sure I'll be getting it at some point though - I already have the PSEye and won't be doing multiplayer/party gaming so will only need one wand & navigator, so the expense won't be too bad.
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