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Submitted by TheIneffableBob 1512d ago | review

Engadget - PlayStation Move Review

Engadget writes, "The PlayStation Move. It's funny to think just 15 months have passed since Sony first unveiled its motion controller, and now we're mere weeks away from hitting the retail market. To be sure, it's not like the company didn't have waggle on the mind already -- patents dating as far back as 2005 reveal as much, and of course the incredible success of Nintendo's Wii proved there's a market for more physically exerting gameplay. And it's not just PlayStation; Microsoft's got its controller-free Kinect motion camera system coming this November. So, in the year where all major game consoles now ask you to get off the couch and earn arm muscle, how does Move fare? Read on for more!" (Playstation Move, PS3) 7/10

ravinash  +   1512d ago
Good article.

Not sure where its getting the 7/10 from however, I can't see that on the site.
Cloudberry  +   1512d ago
Yeah, me too...
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Unless I misread / misunderstand it, I don't see the 7 / 10 score nor the article sounds like a 7 / 10 review score... : /
TheIneffableBob  +   1511d ago
It's in the right column.

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