Feeling the needed to try and amend some disinformation about the PlayStation Move, iWaggle3D has put together the most common myths about the technology. To debunk them. Or rectify them. Or to just give them a positive spin. You decide.
good info so lights out is the only game that requires two motion controllers.. didnt know that i pre ordered two already
people who hate move =
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Couldn't that go for people who hate Kinect also?
Pffft... http://www.motifake.com/ima... http://www.youtube.com/watc...
Im sure there will be more games sometime down the road that will use 2. So at least your prepared lol.
I didn't know there were any myths.
There isn't, some people are just to stupid to figure things out themselves.
MOVE is miles better than KINECT.i'm sure this fact is enough to silence him. lol
Didn't know the bulb was made of a type a rubber substance. Pretty interesting. I didn't think about that.
actually during one conference they smashed the bulb on a table to prove that it was resistant to various shocks
its too similar to the wii, so I dont really want to get it because of the fact, but before I get flamed I wont get kinect either. Im too much of hardcore gamer.
I understand. Socom 4, Killzone 3, MLB 10: The Show, Resident Evil 5, Time Crisis, and Heavy Rain are all casual and lame!
"You can even massage the sphere after such an event occurs for some post-traumatic STRESS-RELIEF!" lol that sounded fucking dirty. It's a good idea for some gamers who rages, but that sounded hilarious.
#1 - Personally, I think it is too expensive, I'd order it right now if they had a $100 package that comes with the Eye, a Navigation controller, a game and the Move controller. I'll still get it eventually, but I just think the price is a tad high. Especially, considering you're going to want additional controllers. #3 - You DO need the Navigation controller for some games, at least for some people. There's absolutely no way I'd be able to play with the DS3, the thing falls out of my hand if I try to play one handed. #10 - This is another of those, you don't technically NEED the item, but you sure as hell better get it. Having a second controller will make a lot of these games play better, so why not have the extra Move controller? In the end, I'll be buying a Navigation controller, two Move controllers and a real game to go with everything. That's gonna run me somewhere around $240 after taxes or $195 minus the game. That's overpriced, imo.
No it won't cost $240 but $179.88 http://www.amazon.com/PlayS...
That's the same price as what I was describing. PS Move Package = $100 Nav = $30 Extra Move = $50 Game = $40 Tax = $20 The only difference is in the check-out, Amazon gives an additional $10 off.
What's up with the other Motion Controls hidden cost, the battery! Move has a Internal Rechargeable battery. How many batteries are in heaven? The Wii/360 controllers eats battery: how much is to buy rechargeable for those controllers? $99 for controller, eyetoy and game with built in battery is a good deal to me! And the Navi controller is opt because you could use the DS3 for that.
Bout the same price as a Wii. Only better
There is a chance you could play Fight Lights Out with the Nav. Check Joystiq when they previewed the Fight. They said they played using the Move and the nav to punch.
The media has a way of placing all things Sony this gen in negative. It's great to see PS Move getting the spotlight. I think Sony Did well with this. playing Sorcery at E3 this year was the biggest and instant seller of the Move for me. because developers got the precision need to make games like sorcery a reality. I can't wait.
i will buy it..
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