Microsoft and Sony are set to unleash torrents of information regarding their motion controllers next week during E3, but is anyone wanting it?
Yeah same for me.
I third this
+1 The only reason I'd think of buying a motion tech is to get use of my dust-gather PSeye. I bought it 3 years ago, and quite frankly it's barely been used. I may dip in some money into the move controllers to get something out of it. But it's a big IF at this point. Sony better show me something good, otherwise I'll just have to sell my PSeye to someone who can appreciate it ^^
Never had never will. Motion tech is embarrassing.
Show me some games I care about, if it ends up shovelware like the wii then count me da f*ck out. Same goes for Natal..
After learning how precise and responsive MOVe can be I would say I'm interested. just give me the right games. Socom 4 is a good start.
Not yet. It could for certain games, but overall it just doesn't seem to be my cup-o-tea.
ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.... Nope !
I don't care about motion controlling. Natal, Move, and Wii can all go flop bricks for all I care.
Possibly I can better answer that question after E3.
The only thing I'm very interested to see regarding Move is that first person horror game. Cannot wait for some E3 footage. :)
I forgot that there even was any kind of motion control in the PS3 controller. Think that really goes to show how little people care about it (though it could just be me). Move seems exciting, but I think it will definitely go the same way as Sixaxis, just being a gimmick that you get tired of fairly quickly. Although, Rub a Dub on PSN was a laugh. EDIT: Scratch that. Heavy Rain made pretty good use of it. Move support like that for real games would be nice.
I'm interested in seeing what they can do, but I can't really say i would pull the trigger on buying them. I guess I could see my girlfriend and I playing Move or Natal...
to see what core games they have. The fight looks cool. I wanna see possibly SWFU or a soul caliburesque game. Oh and if R3 uses it I'm more than sold.
I'm earning for the day I can ride a bike without the standard controller. Imagine two Move controllers as handlebars ... lovely!!!
Of the people polled, only about 15% even knew of Natal's and Move's existence. So of the people who were polled about 15% keep up with video game news, and of those die-hards, about half of them plan to buy the motion controllers. Doesn't really tell us as much as it appears to.
I really want the move along with socom 4, hopefully i will get ape escape but a myst or oblivion or first person horror like game would insure more people to be interested in ps move:):)
NO.I say,Natal,Move,Wii play casual!I want cool games,GT,Zelda,Dragon Quest,Rage,KZ3,RE..... Not this: http://www.youtube.com/watc...
If a game like StarCraft 2 came out usin move id probably buy in-2 it otherwise count me out
call me oldfashioned, old school, hardcore, wtv the hell you want im not investing in motion controlling until it becomes as cheap, efficient and as functional as a simple game controller
Motion tech moved me back when I got a Wii Which is why neither of the me-too motion shit interests me
i dont like the wii, i dont like eye toy, why wud i like natal and move???? only way i wud even use the move is if they made an elder scrolls game with it, besides that no. i like buttons, i like laying down on the floor like a lazy a$$ for 2-3 hours after work not looking like a dumba$$ playing natal while playing some mediocre game.
I hate the Wii controller so much, I mean hate it from the bottom of my heart, it really makes a lot of Wii games almost impossible to play. So no I am not looking forward to more of this kinda crap for my PS3 & 360. The only useful thing would be using your hand, instead of a controller, to control Netflix, but I certainly wouldn't spend money to do this.
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