PlayStation Move launched with it's own sports party game "Sports Champions" which includes events like archery, volleyball, gladiator duels and others. Here's a review for the game from the Newark PlayStation Examiner at Examiner.com
love iiiiiit! gladiator und frisbee are the most fun for me. =D
Imagine an RPG using similar technology to the gladiator game.
That's exactly what I've been thinking man! And I'm pretty sure a lot of other people feel the same. I've been really hoping/looking forward to a game like Demons Souls or maybe one of the "Tales of" games with Move compatibility, where it would fully track your arm movements. I've seen some people say that a Action/RPG game with Move wouldn't work, because dozens of hours spent fighting like that would tire your arm out, but I really don't think that is the case. Especially with games like Killzone 3 and inFamous 2 getting it, which you already could spend hours on.
i hate frisbee but only because i'm no good at it at the moment lol
lol I suck at it too. It is to precise for my lack of skill
I realised that I wasnt standing right, your arm that your holding the move controller in has to face the tv, maybe thats why u suck at it? lol
Frisbee is cool, but I prefer table tennis ^^
I still cant get over how accurate the motion tracking is. I am really starting to like ALL of the games on SC. About half the disc is exciting (Gladiator, Table Tennis, Archery) and the other half can be quite relaxing (Frisbee, Disc Golf, Bocce). I'd put Beach Volleyball in the middle somewhere.
I agree. Im not a sports fan at all. You wont find a MLB, NBA, of Madden game in my collection, but im having a great time with this game.
Same here, I'm loving the frisbee game!
Really good game all the games are fun except maybe pinp pong. Freesbie and gladiator are my favorites.
Fixed. You're welcome
our public school systems really need to step it up!
damn everyone talking about move, and still w8ing for mine to be delivered T_T
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