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PlayStation Move: A Purchase In Retrospect

GamerXChange takes a look back at the months since the PlayStation Move's release. Has the controller been a huge success or a total failure? What was offered at the start, now, and what will it offer in the future? Simply G takes a look at the Move in retrospect.

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gamingisnotacrime2396d ago

bad buy for me

besides shooters, the move is useless

Kon2396d ago

Not allowed to say this here, sorry.

Speakindatruth2396d ago (Edited 2396d ago )

Don't understand the disagrees. I guess people just like using their moves to balance their crooked tables. Oh wait, it can't even do that.

Think about the games that need move support right now. The move could potentially be a two piece controller for every single game out there and how Sony still hasn't made it the ultimate controller.

I'm not hating, I just don't like that I can't play whatever I want with the move controllers when it's totally possible to just replace the T and MOVE buttons with R1 and R2. Sony is just being stupid.

Nes_Daze2396d ago

Just like your wii and kinect take space in your closet...

Speakindatruth2396d ago (Edited 2396d ago )

Haha! So true Gloomy_Nes. That's just how it is with these motion controller fads D:

chrisgay2396d ago

Kinect, yeah, just as useless as Move. But don't bring the Wii down with those piles of horseshit, There are so many amazing Wii games, only a fool would ignore them- Move and Kinect have no amazing games.

ThanatosDMC2396d ago

Havent touched my 2 moves for a long time. If there's a worthy game, i might take it out of the closet. Hopefully, Sorcery?

bwazy2396d ago

Glad I never purchased mine. I used to own a Wii. Novelty at best.

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Godmars2902396d ago

Let me guess: the same buyer's remorse with Kinect and Wii?

Motion control was never anything more than a gimmick, but still everyone fell for it anyway.

That said I might get one some day, but only for the Time Crisis title.

blumatt2396d ago (Edited 2396d ago )

Well, the support is definitely there with Sony first party games and several third party games like PGA Tour '12. There's several good Move-only games too. I personally can't wait for Sorcery to release. I hope it gets released sometime this year. (It was slated for a Spring '11 release. Don't know what happened.)

Anyway, it's good that the Move works in hardcore games too. It's nice to have support in hardcore games, not JUST casual games. And it works VERY well in those hardcore games. Very precise. KZ3 online is very fun with the Move (and the Sharpshooter if you can afford it.).

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