Motion control gaming raises questions about the future of gaming interfaces and the lifespan of the traditional controller.
i dont think so... Dualshock is a classic.
Don't think the article is actually saying that ... it's the opposite.
Erm, My avatar :( On topic, I think I'll use the dualshock. For some reason I can never play motion control games sitting down... like I'm just inclined and feel like I HAVE to stand up (and make unnecessary gestures).
I always was an avid dual shocker myself, until I started playing MAG with the Move. Now I won't play it without it. I was playing Homefront today and it actually took time for me to re-adjust to the controller. I really like using move with a FPS, provided I can get into that "sweet spot" that provides the best accuracy for precise aim (within 8 feet of the eye. I have a large living room so if I sit in the rear of the room it begins to get a bit floaty).
This areicle thinks the Dualshock will riegn supreme. Joystic's article thinks the Move is the superior way to play FPS and that is what Sony is hoping for.
Dont they have some sort of assault rifle now where you can put the move in? I think if you have that with the move then you just may have an advantage over a dualshock player
I've seen the rifle on Amazon
The peripheral might give it a better feel, but I think, in order to get the best immersion with the move, they would have to change the interface and customize it for the Move. Instead of showing the on screen gun, they should have just a pointer on the screen, like they did in the old Ghost Recon games (in constant Zoom). That screen should change automaticlt when you switch between Dualshock and the Move. Just my 2 cents.
I didn't buy the Move for Killzone 3, but I'm glad it's an option. I got it for something like The Fight, Sorcery or various sports titles. Heroes on the Move (I'm gonna keep calling it that) looks pretty interesting, too.
Servers have filters, so if there is a real difference, you can always pick move/DS only games.
i thought it was already decided that both move and dualshockers could play together
This should be fun and I am glad we have the option to use one or the other. I personally am going to go with the move. Will definitely be a bigger learning curve but once mastered it should be awesome!
The move is a great inclusion. do you guys know if people with the move will have their own lobby's. it might be unfair between dualshock and move players
So you can play with the dualshock or use move? So yeah the multiplayer will be unbalanced.
Someone either at SCEA directly or from GG have already made a statement claiming that Killzone 3 will have both Move and Dualshock 3 servers. No disparity or unfairness is likely to happen in that regard in Killzone 3.
I know what will happend, the Move players will beat all those Dualshock players :) I go for the move, becouse i'm a PC gamer and Move and Navigation is just like mouse en keyboard on the PS3 :) Dualshock is for me to difficult to handle.
Everywhere I post I draw controversy. It's kinda like the abortion bill.
I wouldn't worry about it being unbalanced. Picking up a move doesn't instantly make you a badass at shooting. It's kind of like learning to use analog sticks all over again. And no move is not just like a mouse. I've been trying to play mag with move but i'm still WAY quicker/better with ds. Long distance shot are pretty easy to pick up but I'm a mess at close range with the move. I can't speak for everyone but it does take some skill to master. Making the aim box as tiny as possible helps quite a bit. I hate how they set it up so that you can aim at 3/4 of the screen without turning the cam. I really enjoyed the mechanics in metroid prime 3 on wii and i'm hopeful that most move shooters will have a similar feel. It is fun though and I really enjoy using it for shooters so I'll likely be playing single player with move and online with ds3.
If KZ3's controls work as accurately as they do in Sports Champions or Tumble then I would have to say that DSC users are in big trouble. Everyone automatically without actually playing the game with the Move assume that the Move will be harder to use. But I have learned from playing games for many years, NEVER assume. I will see you all on the battlefield in Feburary with Move and Nav in hand.Name is cosmic_kaos. Remember it.
Really? This video has been on YouTube for months now. You can't be serious. This is latest news?
DS all the way
I have a feeling, people playing with the DS, will get owned by those utilizing the Move/Navi combo...... This will then cause those said DS players, to purchase a Move controller, and see just how accurate it is.
You are very mistaken if you think that's going to happen. Move does not make you better whatsoever
Make you better at what exactly? It takes different skills to use each controller, so you're really comparing two vastly different things. The Move IS more precise. That's a fact. But I never said it made you better.
You essentially did say that. Reread your post. Trust me, you'll gain nothing from Move with shooters.
Trust you? Why should I trust you? I have a Move, and know for fact that it's better for shooters.
The Move by no account is easy to use. DS3 players will definitely have the early advantage, and many Move players will become frustrated and give up early on, saying the Move is rubbish. For those who don't give up on the Move, and truly hone their skills, will find the Move very rewarding.
Like MAG, already owning DS3 Players with PS Move.
1. get RID of auto lock on move. 2. sure, delegate grenade to a button, but maybe make it so if you hold that button down, then the camera locks and you can throw the direction you flick the controller. imagine running and with a flick of the wrist throw a grenade to your right, right over a wall next to an enemy, like you were lobbing a tennis ball 3. option to pick up a thrown grenade and throw it back (obviously risky counter attack)
1)auto lock on can be turned off ^^
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