NowGamer: Heroes on the Move developer Harley Baldwin White-Wiedow has described PlayStation Move as "the next generation of shooter controls"...
Bold statement. I have NO idea how Move will work with fps at this point and I have also no idea this will be compared to a Dualshock 3 controller. By that I mean, can you get as good with Move as with a Dualshock 3 controller on multiplayer? I'm definitely buying Move tho. Sure the Wii got somewhat the same technology but I got a PS3, therefor Move >_>
Killzone 3 Move demo http://n4g.com/news/586726/... Or watch any Socom footage, 3rd/1st person shooters essentially play in the same way (control wise).
If this type of motion control is the next gen of FPS controls then how come there are barely any FPS on the Wii
Because Wii is not accurate.
def has the potential to make teh ol dualshock seem like a disadvantage. tho till i have one in my hands ta try...
What a joke, unless you absolutely suck at shooters, there is no way you'll maintain your level if you opt for Move, despite the crazy aim-assist which was used for the KZ3 demo. I'm sorry, but you have to be delusional to believe otherwise.
Think it'll work good. I'm thinkin of getting the gun add-on so it feels like I'm aiming it with a handgun. This works similar to the Wii, but better. The Wii you have to hold it at some angle or position in order for it to work good. PS Move feels a lot more natural. Can't wait for KZ3, RE5, Socom 4, Dead Space 2, and others.
it could work, im confident in the move.
Watch this video of MOVE used in Heroes on the MOVE. Works great. http://gamevideos.1up.com/v...
As left handed gamer that doesn't play with south paw settings, I don't think I'll be able to get into shooters with move I'm too familiar to using my left thumb for moving. I'll be using it for other types of games.
Aren't default setting for FPS/ TPS with the player using their left thumb for movement? Anyways, all you have to do is swap the move and nav controller to the other hand... simple really.
Really!! Maybe you should read a little more carefully. I play games like a right handed person so I use my left thumb to move, but if I use a move controller I need to also use the move wand in my left hand. So if I have the move wand in my left hand where does that put the nav? (wait for it) MY RIGHT HAND. So playing shooters with move in my case goes against years of playing games using my left hand for moving in games. I have the same problem while playing wii games like Mario Galaxy. I played games south paw like some left handed gamers, it wouldn't be a problem.
Before I was just planning to get move pretty soon after release. Around the time scom killzone and sorcery were al out. Now with mag getting it it's a day one purchase.
not all of us really want motion controls, personally I have no real interest in them because most of the time when I game I'm tired and feeling like I want to relax flailing my arms around doesn't really appeal to me, same reason why I don't have a wii or buying kinect i don't want it
have you watched the videos for socom 4, killzone 3 for move controls, they barely even move their arms, hell you can even play it sitting down,,,,
How much do you flail using a flashlight/torch? Playing a FPS should be no more than wrist tilts.
i'm saying in general, all 3 controls require vastly different ranges of motions...it fully depends on the game some you need to flail, others you can get away with a tilt but then the question comes into play, if you can do it by barely moving then what is the point of it being motion enabled? I just think it is a tacky fad and not really a desirable accessory to me, others may have a differing opinion but that is mine
oh hearing news like this is good:):)
It seems to work well so far. If it can enhance my FPS abilities in any way then I say 'I like to Move it, Move it!!!!!'
yay i can't wait to tell people they have been moved on my games lol, should encourage hardcore gamers to upgrade they won;t like being owned online hehe
Pointing at the screen for 3 hours straight having to sit/stand at the 'optimal' distance or best accuracy not being able to move without the fear of messing up your aim for a second... or sat comfortably to a distance of your desire, relaxed shoulders sat down with a controller. I'll pick my controller any day for a online FPS especially.
I have a PS3 and a Wii... and whoever has played metroid prime 3 knows that the wii needs no flailing of the arms... i played wii for 7 hours straight and never got tired (plus the divided controllers let you rest the arm you use for walking... and my pointing hand barely moved my wrist with mouse like accuracy) i think ill get move day 1 if i have the money... but my attention will soon be diverted by Gran Turismo 5... OffTopic: Im getting a wheel for that too... anybody knows of a wheel that costs less than 100 but is good enough to enjoy? and what is the best wheel out there regardless of the money?
The Wii is already the king of FPS controls, second only to a keyboard and mouse.
I think the Move will be similar to using a mouse for FPS. I'm eager to test the accuracy of the Move. I mean REALLY test it. Every demo I see of folks playing FPS games with move, they pretty much suck.
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