What PlayStation Move Setup is Right for You?

Via the PlayStation Blog:

"Now that E3 2010 is in the books and all of the launch details around PlayStation Move have been announced, I know a lot of you may be wondering exactly what you need to start playing motion-controlled gaming on the PS3. So, here’s a primer that spells out all the great options that will be available and how much it will cost you to get up and running with PlayStation Move."

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ActionBastard3047d ago

"At $29.99, we think it’s a wonderful supplement to the PlayStation Move platform, especially for games like Heavy Rain, where you control a character, but it’s not required for any of the PlayStation Move games."

See that? It’s not required for any of the PlayStation Move games.


"There are some titles that give you the option to play single-player with one *or* two motion controllers if you would like, such as Sports Champions. It’s completely up to you. One title launching this fall that is an exception worth noting is The Fight: Lights Out, which requires two motion controllers to deliver the best possible experience, tracking both arms and your head with one-to-one precision."

Glad they cleared that up.

Forbidden_Darkness3047d ago (Edited 3047d ago )

The fight is going to get me so pumped up and take away some stress too :)

Qui-Gon Jim3047d ago

Requires two Move controllers OR the dualshock.

Blaine3046d ago

They say it's not required for any Move games, because you can just use a DS3 in its place. But could you imagine playing Socom with the wand in one hand and a DS3 in the other?!

J-Smith3047d ago

ds3 pad is the right set-up for me

tiamat53047d ago

Just the controller for me thanks. Nav later maybe. And BTW according to Joystiq I think you can use the nav instead of another Move controller for the Fight. Not sure though


yea sure you will or they will be shooting themselves in the foot.

ChronoJoe3047d ago

They should make dual side controllers. I'm not too interested in motion control but I think splitting a dualshock 3 in half, would be interesting.

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