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Top Ten Motion-Control Launch Titles

Now that each of the three home console manufacturers has launched their respective motion-control systems, Electronic Theatre thought it was time to take a look a just what differentiates them in terms of software. This week’s Sunday Special feature will look at those titles designed to both educate and entertain, having arrived alongside their respective motion-control device at launch.

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BryanBegins2081d ago

No Tumble for Ps Move? And I agree with the first comment, Joyride, seriously? I'm happy with Kinect, but Joyride is a perfect example of when it DOESN'T work.

etownone2081d ago

I thought there would be more Wii titles ... like Metroid and Super Mario ... showing that FPS's and Platformers can be done with motion controls too.

MajestieBeast2081d ago

Not launch title's mario came out late 2007 and metroid september 2007 i think.

Miths2081d ago

Sports Champions (mainly table tennis and disc golf) and The Fight: Lights Out are easily my two favourite Move games.
The Fight was criminally underrated by "professional" critics - it has a few flaws but the most important factors, solid fighting mechanics and near flawless, lag free 1:1 motion tracking are in place. And it's great exercise as well.

I have no clue how several of those reviewers pulled those 3 and 5/10 scores out of their a****. I imagine they started sweating and got scared they might suffer long term damage.

Wh15ky2077d ago

The Fight is fantastic once you increase your fighters abilities through the training modes (I particularily love the Target Practice Training), my guess is that the reviewers just jumped straight into a fight, thought my character isn't punching when I'm punching etc and gave up thinking the game was broken, idiots.

Blitzkid2081d ago

Kinect Adventures and Wii Sports better than Sports Champions?

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