This Sunday on QVC, a special $599 “limited edition” PlayStation Move bundle will be “unveiled” on QVC, the broadcast television shopping network.
$599.99 might be a bit too pricey for me, but I want it
I think that they should start doing something like "pick your bundle"-deals. Where you can like pick one accessory, two games and so on, for a fixed price :)
the hosts trying it out. They have issues from time to time with some of the most basic stuff cause they dont use it every day like regular people. Seeing the hosts try and demonstrate how to use move when you know they wont ever play with it again after the show. They are sales people...not gamers. Wii is more their speed if anything. @budget: yeah those are pretty messed up. I think there was one where they broke a tv because of the wii remote slipped from the guys hand. Classic.
The video wouldnt embed in my previous post. Here is that HSN wii tv vid.
very pricey but a ton of content
LOL look at all that extra stuff you get, along with a console that is leaps and bounds superior than when it first launched...For its original price, no less.
That's so true. When I was first typing up the article, I was thinking wow, that's way too expensive and what a rip-off. Meanwhile I paid exactly that amount on launch day for so much less, yet then I was more than happy to do so. Then again, the economy and my responsibilities were very different. Amazing what can change in a matter of 4 years.
This is all the content individually priced and the amount it retails for separately. PS3™ Sports Champions™ Move Bundle - $400 Link: http://bit.ly/dxAro9 (I couldn't find most of the accessories that are listed so assume it's actual cost is even more in retail value.) PlayStation Move Power Pack - $30 Link: http://amzn.to/aCGeu2 Sony Blu-ray remote - $20 Link: http://amzn.to/9YnNbp PS3 Slim System Stand - $10 Link: http://amzn.to/bb5bGK PS3 HDMI Cable - $20 Link: http://amzn.to/d9iyoJ PS3 Silicon skins(2) - $16 Link: http://amzn.to/aP96in (seems expensive but only one I could find still being made) PS3 System Bag - $100 Link: http://amzn.to/9ZzISp Ratchet and Clank ToD - $23 Link: http://amzn.to/cFA0iE Surf's Up Blu-ray - $20 Link: http://amzn.to/ahBFsq Total = $639 Not saving a whole lot of money. More convenient to get everything in one package is all.
$599. thats how much i paid for my bestbuy bundle in 2008
How can you have the time to buy stuff? Aren't you supposed to be far to busy being delicious? @ disagree: Don't you know Judge Fudge? :)
ROFL! I wonder how many male gamers are going to be in a room where the "best" color for the sensor will be pink.
My Move controllers are almost always pink. No idea why.
make me a sammich
has this at $699 right now...hm.
wait did i miss the part where theres a ps3 included in this bundle?
"PS3™ Sports Champions™ Move Bundle – everything a consumer needs to get started with PS3 and PlayStation Move (320GB PS3 system, PlayStation Move motion controller, PlayStation Eye Camera, Sports Champions game, PlayStation Move game demo disc)" You get a 320GB PS3.
oh thank god
Sony hardware is always worth the price. After the PS3 people still can't see that. They would rather buy cheap junk that breaks or they spend it's whole device life cycle fixing it then to buy something solid from the beginning.
That synopsis is terrible, how was this approved? I'd buy this but it's not in the uk :(.
What was wrong with the synopsis? You aren't supposed to give the full meat of the story. How would you have written it Mr. Journalist?
To think I just got a regualar PS3 60GB with one six axis controller all for $599.99 lol. Well I did purchase my PS3 at launch, wish it came with all this accessories. Most of the accessories are not needed in this bundle, but nice to know they have it.
A 400 dollar PS3 Move bundle, plastic crap for your Move controller, a remote, a bag, an hdmi cable and another game/movie = 600 bucks? Horrible deal but the QVC audience will eat it up!
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