From PS3 Attitude - "Sony and Microsoft are trying to establish their products as the public's chosen motion sensing device. It's a crown currently owned by Nintendo. This is how Sony and Microsoft plan to get it off them…"
This seems to be one of the most well thought out articles on motion control that I've read in a long time. Hopefully at E3 we'll see the 'killer app' that really shows off what the new contenders can do.
http://i44.tinypic.com/2jg2... http://i39.tinypic.com/6pls... http://i44.tinypic.com/107w... http://i44.tinypic.com/wgzw... http://i49.tinypic.com/qsle... PS-EYE 120/60 FPS vs Natal 30 FPS
...because the other two motion sensing peripheral aren't even out yet.
whateva 100% on the money. himdeel True, but the war drums are beating hard.
I sure wish Sony would have used removable batteries instead of the built in ones. Maybe use a twist bottom to insert them instead of the removable panel. I don't like the idea that I have to take a break from gaming to recharge my controllers. I would like the option to just swap out batteries and keep the party going. Also the batteries would add some good weight to the controllers and makes them feel more durable.
...it clearly says so in the manual. I'm assuming the Move will also have this option.
Between my MP3 player, my 2 wireless keyboards, my 2 wireless mouses, tv remote, and a camcorder; I'm having a hard enough time managing all of my rechargeable batteries. I am so glad my DS3s just need to be plugged in that words can not describe it. If worst comes to worst, I've got a USB extension that allows me to charge my DS3 while I game on my couch. I may just have to go and get a second one.
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