Chris M. Arnone spends some quality time playing Killzone 3 with a Playstation Move controller.
completed the game with move...it's super awesome, smooth and easy! Dualshock is thing of the past in shooters for me now.
Looks like it takes a hell of a lot of getting used to...
Talk in the 3rd person much? 99% of your submissions are from VGChartz and it's the same with most of your post on N4G. You are either defending their articles, opinions and sales tracking whle making back handing comments about anything Sony related. You don't have to be smarted than a 5th grader to know your intentions.
do u happen to knw who submitted this article? u trying too hard to be clever
LOL, you trolls made a headline to scare people away from the Sharpshooter. How sad. You spend a few minutes with it at an event and you expect to master it? Ridiculous. I've read/heard absolutely nothing but praise with how well the Sharpshooter works with Killzone 3. Update: LOL, how cute. A stealth edit. Now the title suggests no wrong doing/trolling and the description to the article/video suggests something quite positive is to be said about the Move. Stealth edit to troll even deeper and more deviously? Wow. And overall, it suggests that they never made ridiculous judgments from playing it for ten minutes.
vgchrtz must be losing hits... Still, the site's owner trying to boost interest by posting flamebait is totally expected. The irony is, the same kind of flamebait would get you banned from their forums in an instant. I think Kotaku has more credibility, and that's saying something. One of the worst gaming sites around.
think about this. 1 vgchartz is a known ps3 hate site. they underestimate ps3 sales worldwide every time. 2 every site that has had a chance wit the sharpshooter has loved it. this dude is incompetent or just a liar on purpose.
Does anyone know why VG hates Sony so much. I'm not saying they do I'm just asking why the reason people say that they do.
The popular theory is that VG numbers do not live up to expectations of fans, thus the idea that their analysis must be bias. It works both ways though. If a site produces interest in a product that you favor then you are likely to support it. Similar to N4G, if you give consistant banter towards one side of a discussion then you will be seen as a fanboy. If you don't balance the banter then the opposing faction will bubble pop your reply capabilities. It's all a game... just a game that has poor graphics and sad story line.
Played the beta and the demo with move .. i just can't play without it at FPS on consoles now ... Precision , freedom , speed ..everything's there ...and you can even tweak it to get even better at it ..
Seriously! These "Move is too hard" articles only make it obvious that the editor hasn't played it, or hasn't calibrated it correctly. It's a precision beast!
Yes, and very difficult according to whom? I heard the Move was difficult to play with and then I posted this artcle... http://n4g.com/news/699819/... LOL, I took a chance and watched the video. The guy even explained how he had to play with opposite hands because he is left handed. MISLEADING HEADLINE!
its his first time! how can you call this "quality time?" it took me a few run throughs to start to get used to it.... i'm still on the fence about it but i will have a run through with the move when the game lands. if nothing else just to experience something new in shooters.
I played it with the move yesterday and it was surprisingly good.
how can someone disagree with you here? I do not understand how someone can disagree with his experience - can someone explain? Were they there when he experienced it? too many trolls here with no lives
Yeah, it happens dude. Killzone 3 is fucking awesome though I'll say that much.
I am assuming that they are disagreeing with his suggestion that move is good. Not his experience, just his report of the experience. Similar to the article which THEIR experience was in direct conflict with Kreyg. They didn't have to be there to experience it with him... they just had to agree or disagree with his opinion on move being good. Do you see how people can disagree now? To call people trolls because they don't agree with your opinion is futile.
There's a learning curve definitely, took me around 2-3 hours to become as proficient with Move as I am with the DS3 but it didn't stop there. After another hour or so I was becoming even better and, not only that, I was enjoying myself a lot more than I would have using a regular controller. Move is really worth the effort, keep in mind nothing worth doing is easy.
Kinda glad you wrote that. Shows that move can be used as a hardcore device and you need to "learn" how to play with it efficiently and become good.
I can see myself getting the hang of using Move without too much trouble. The problem I see with the sharpshooter is that you're likely to think about pointing and shooting the way you would in an on rails arcade shooter instead of using move more like a mouse.
You'd be surprised at how many people will give up instantly if they're not good at somthing immediately. I think the success of games like CoD and Halo are a testiment this fact.
You know. There should be an article on how to set the controller up and the various tweaks one could make for it. Seems to me that the Move is actually quite good, but its just the learning curve that people have trouble with. Personally It was a b!tch learning the move on MAG. But after a bit I started to become...not so much better as I suck at MAG period. But I did feel a freedom not present on a pad. Its like I have an actual gun in my hand and that feeling I think is what makes it easier. Your transitioning to just pressing the button to actually moving and pressing the button. So your going from a minimal effort, to a medium to high effort depending on your stance and if your incorporating the move along with the sharpshooter.
@ Graey....There is a website to show how to setup and use move, its called iwaggle3d.com. I recommend this site for learning to use Move.
@ Joni Thanks for the info I'm going to check that out. update...damn man thanks a bunch, this website will help out a lot. V/R
it suddenly becomes intuitive after a while. it's really great.
Like everything ther is a learning curve, practice makes perfect.
It isn't 'very difficult' to play KZ3 with it. It is 'very difficult' to get used to a new input device...once you do it is 'very awesome' to play KZ3 with it.
Well said, bubs and an agree for you Pedobear!
Ha ha...man every time I see your posts it reminds me of that episode of "Robot Chicken" where the snuggle soft laundry bear is getting...uh "hugged" by the guy trying to wash his clothes. Brings me to tears (laughing so hard) every single time.
Give us support for KB/Mouse in Killzone 3 ... then we can talk...
Yea support for Kevin Butler. Now we are talking.
Must everything in gaming today be pick up and play friendly / geared towards casuals with no effort? It's called a learning curve. It's the same for those that never used a mouse and keyboard, fight stick, flight stick, racing wheel, etc. It takes some time to adjust. Everyone I know that has actually played Killzone 3 with move says it's incredible once you adjust. I think I would tend to believe them over VGChartz.
Ironic that you said "geared towards casuals" You mean, like....motion controls?
LOL! No I didnt mean it that way but that is ironic.
"Ohhhhh my own humane superiority complex thwarts me again!" Do you honestly expect to master something new straight away? This is what I dont understand about noobs in the video game world. They all suck horribly at games but expect to be good at them straight away? I doubt if he was using a dualshock 3 the result would have been any better. Once a noob always a noob! EDIT: "I did not get a chance to look at the settings to see how you could adjust the sensitivity on this" well that discredits the entire article with that one sentence!
Mouse + keyboard @ FPS FTW!
The Sharpshooter wouldn't do me any good anyway cause I'm a lefty.
I am almost 100% sure that the buttons that are on the sides are on the other side of the move as well to allow lefties to use it as well.
The face buttons on the sharp shooter are on both side, rendering your concern a moot point.
You see, the way I hold a rifle is with the stock against my left shoulder and pulling the trigger with my left index finger. So that would mean that I would have to control the movement of the character with my right thumb which would be awkward.
Well considering this isn't really a rifle so much as it is a submac, well...you'd be holding it incorrectly. At any rate, I've seen Lefty's holding this and doing a rather capable job of it...so I think you just need to get it in your hands and realize you're problems really are non-existent.
Sure, I guess when your life is dedicated to playing games like Farmville and Bejeweled it **could** be. I found the experience pretty amazing imo.
this is why its called hardcore gaming,its not supposed to be plug and play.u suppose to learn to use the control scheme.
surprised they didn't bother comparing it to Call of duty lmao.
Stop writing comments on articles from the biggest failure of a gaming site on the net; vgtards. Ohno I did it...AGAIN.
Will someone get this guy a Blanky and a Binky. All he is doing is crying.
It's a new way of playing. It's like using a controller for your first time. I think it's AWESOME and powerful once you practice a bit.
And it begins.. 500 million in advertising and gimmick games arent enough, now the fanboy sites are preparing their hate for move/sharp sharpshooter/move games onslaught... wont even bother clicking the article to give it hits as i've played the killzone 3 online beta with the move controller and it is easier to use than it is to complete marvel vs capcom 3 missions
I was hooked on Move and FPS with MAG, as that is the only way I play such a hardcore shooter, that even hardcore FPS fans will not touch because of the chaotic battles are too intimidating. And l can hang and in many times best ds3 players on their sometimes I go positive, I'm not a beast but I average atleast 15 to 20 kills a match. No aistrikes all move damage, I love he fact that K3 move implementation is so well done that it's becoming an acceptable way to play by hardcore gamers. It's really a blessing because MAG, really too hardcore I've spend countless hours tweaking the setting, and then I'll tweak it some more, don't mind since I use too mess with my alpine graphic equalizers tweaking away. I was surprised seeing how easy it was for K3 tweaks and how you can get instant results. I just hope that because of K3 more move players will give MAG a shot, I might even put out another video with my latest MAG settings. Playstation 3 official kings of the FPS genre no fanboy here I also own a 360. Ps I've gone a match on K3 beta 39-16 and was number one on my team seriously I een have a pic to prove it
could only this idiot for 3mins, left or right handed makes no difference as the buttons on the sharpshooter are the same on both sides and if he found it hard to turn might be because he had not set his deadzones because it looks like it set to the edge. "Bad workers always blame their tools"
I made this video and was just trying to show some Killzone 3 gameplay and my initial opinions on the Sharpshooter peripheral. Some things to point out: 1. gamrTV is part of the VGChartz Network but has nothing to do with the charts everybody loves to hate. Editorial and analysts are separate staffs. 2. No hate for PS3. I own all three consoles and still do most of my gameplay on PS3. There's another video I'm finishing up on Playstation Move Heroes in which I had much greater success with Move. I have yet to personally purchase Kinect or Move. 3. I agree the Sharpshooter, like other peripherals, can be gotten used to. I only played for 10 minutes and even said I didn't get a chance to mess with the settings. Strange how honest opinions can be mistaken for fanboyism or flamebaiting.
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