: If You Bought Move, Are You Still Moving?

Members Login: Register | Why sign up? | Forgot Password?

If You Bought Move, Are You Still Moving?

So we're closing in on a month of PlayStation Move availability and from the start, I've questioned the new technology's lasting appeal.

For the record, I really love Move's potential. It really does feel like the next step in motion sensing; it reacts realistically and in my eyes, is in stark contrast to the now out-of-date motion sensing on the Wii. Sports Champions actually impressed me in a number of ways and that says something, because I remain a motion skeptic. Sony has often said they want Move to be appreciated by hardcore gamers, and there are indeed several Move titles that have caught my attention. I'm still not sold of the idea of Move-ing with shooters but then again, I haven't tried it yet. It's just that, after having fun with Sports Champions and EyePet, I really haven't touched either since reviewing them.

Part of this is due to the insane amount of reviews I have to do but even so, I'd rather sit and play Enslaved: Odyssey to the West or Halo: Reach (which I've finished, by the way) in my free time. It just seems to me as if Move - and motion sensing in general - has great longevity for multiple people. When you're alone, it simply doesn't seem to have a lasting effect, you know? But maybe it's just me. Maybe there are a lot of lone wolves out there who typically use their Move quite often. If that's the case, Sony has hit their mark better than I expected...but I have a sneaking suspicion that unless there are other potential gamers around, any motion sensing loses its charm after a short while.

That being said, I can certainly see how Move would be excellent entertainment for the family, or for parties and get-togethers. It's simply more dynamic than sitting and pressing buttons; that much, I admit. And maybe that's a good thing, as everyone is into multiplayer everything these days. Besides, as I said, Move is still in its infancy and I might be singing a very different tune in a few year's time. But now...? Guess I'd just rather stick with the traditional experience...maybe it's an age thing, too.

10/8/2010 Ben Dutka

Put this on your webpage or blog:
Email this to a friend
Follow PSX Extreme on Twitter

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Google Share on MySpace Share on Delicious Share on Digg Share on Google Buzz Share via E-Mail Share via Tumblr Share via Posterous

Comments (67 posts)

Jawknee
Friday, October 08, 2010 @ 9:46:10 PM
Reply

I haven't played with it in about a week. Close to platinuming Heavy Rain but been busy with work and other stuff. Not board with it by any means, just haven't had the time recently. I can't wait to try it with KZ3. MAG should be here tomorrow or Monday so ill be giving it a try with that in the next few days as well.

Agree with this comment 3 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Alienange
Friday, October 08, 2010 @ 11:42:06 PM

You got MAG instead of that nonsense reagent game. Good for you. Just prepare yourself for a ginormous patch before being able to play.

Agree with this comment 3 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Jawknee
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 1:34:07 AM

The more I read about it the less interested I became. MAG was $30 new on amazon and I had a 20 credit so I used it to order MAG and Castlevania.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

twenty8nine
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 9:35:57 AM

I agree with the time thing. I work 50 hours a week, gone 60. I really like playing Sports Champions, but I don't have time or energy to do so after work, the house, my girlfriend, and other hobbies. Unfortunately, hobbies have a lower priority than the rest of the stuff.

Agree with this comment 2 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

CharlesD
Monday, October 11, 2010 @ 1:06:42 AM

I don't even want to think how long it would take to download the patch fresh outta the box after all the updates.. might want to watch a movie or two in the meantime lol. Games worth the wait though

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

WorldEndsWithMe
Friday, October 08, 2010 @ 9:50:52 PM
Reply

This is kinda what I was worried about, if I buy it, will it end up collecting dust like most Wiis? In any case I'll wait for better games to trickle in and the tech to go down in price, I got to many games to play and I ain't got time to bleed.

Agree with this comment 1 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Jawknee
Friday, October 08, 2010 @ 9:58:02 PM

Yea, do what you did with the PSP. Wait 6 years. :)

no seriously though, its not going anywhere and since there isn't a whole lot of games out for it at the moment you'd be wise to wait.

Agree with this comment 1 up, 1 down Disagree with this comment

Highlander
Friday, October 08, 2010 @ 9:59:50 PM
Reply

Personally I think it's far too early to make a determination regarding this. I mean there are some launch games that are interesting, ubt are very much family or party games. It's the Move support in other more mainstream or hardcore games that will interest the majority of the folks her, and that support will grow (or not) over time. For example, let's wait until KZ3 or Sorcery have been out for a couple of weeks and see whether people enjoy those.

Agree with this comment 3 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Jawknee
Friday, October 08, 2010 @ 10:02:41 PM

Sorcery isn't really my kind of game(not into medieval stuff. wizards and witches are about as exciting as vampires) but it looks like a lot of fun with the Move.

Agree with this comment 2 up, 3 down Disagree with this comment

Highlander
Friday, October 08, 2010 @ 10:08:40 PM

I mentioned it because unlike KZ3 which is a mainstream, hardcore game with Move compatibility, Sorcery is a Move game made specifically for Move, but also clearly has some mainstream, hardcore gamer, appeal.

Agree with this comment 7 up, 1 down Disagree with this comment

WorldEndsWithMe
Friday, October 08, 2010 @ 10:08:50 PM

Take that back Jawk, Gandalf could lay waste to those twilight boys and still have enough juice left to split Kristen Stewart like a piece of lumber.

Agree with this comment 9 up, 1 down Disagree with this comment

GuyverLT
Friday, October 08, 2010 @ 10:42:20 PM

I'm going to get sorcery 4 one reason only & it's the only allows you to be like Harry Potter.


THIS IS HOGWARTS.

Last edited by GuyverLT on 10/8/2010 10:42:42 PM

Agree with this comment 2 up, 1 down Disagree with this comment

WorldEndsWithMe
Friday, October 08, 2010 @ 10:09:25 PM
Reply

I don't do Military shooters, but don't you fans forget Socom.

Agree with this comment 1 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Clamedeus
Friday, October 08, 2010 @ 10:15:24 PM

I love Socom, but after 2 it went down hill for me, 3 was alright in my books but nothing spectacular.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

bigrailer19
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 10:47:25 AM

I agree! I love the socom games! 2 was just so good. But I still played them all including confrontation on the ps3 which really wasn't that bad IMO.

Agree with this comment 1 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Clamedeus
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 12:24:56 PM

Indeed, i really loved Socom 2. I still have Confrontation, i usually never sell any of my games i get because you never know when you might want to start playing again. I also still have Socom 2 around somewhere in my entertainment center.

All of my friends sell games and then later on they regret it.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

bigrailer19
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 12:29:32 PM

Same here, I never sell any games either! You put so much in and get so much out of them, and little in return when going to sell them.

But yes I think Socom 2 was the game I actually could say I was addicted too. For months and months I'd stay over at a friends house and wed play from like 8 at night til 5 in the morning! Except on sundays cus that was maintenance day lol ;)!

Agree with this comment 1 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Clamedeus
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 12:47:34 PM

Lol same here i was on it all the time when i had free time to play. Great times indeed.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

DemonNeno
Friday, October 08, 2010 @ 11:00:33 PM
Reply

Out of interest to buy it..what do you guys and gals who bought it think of it and was out what you expected? Sorry if this is considered off topic...

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

tes37
Friday, October 08, 2010 @ 11:35:38 PM
Reply

I will be playing off and on with Move. I see Move as a secondary source for gaming, so I'm going to be patient with Sony. The main thing I have in mind is future games. I think Move will help Sony in the area of unique and exclusive titles that no other system can handle, insuring that we get games that aren't hindered by the competition.

Last edited by tes37 on 10/8/2010 11:36:31 PM

Agree with this comment 3 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

A2K78
Friday, October 08, 2010 @ 11:46:30 PM
Reply

I'll say this and say it again, both Move and Kinect will eventually share the same fate as the as 32X, SEGA-CD, 64DD, and the many other hardware addons that have came and past.

Sure in the begining they might look appealing, but the truth is their fate have already been written given the fact add-ons don't sell.

Right now the biggest sign that both Kinect and Move are set for failure stem from the growing skeptism in the development community...sure developers might rant and rave about how great they are,however based on comments by certain developers its becomig obvious that developers have shifted from committed to not totally committed.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 10 down Disagree with this comment

SmokeyPSD
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 1:26:14 AM

This is an incredibly naive view. The move is different to those listed. It's a peripheral, an incredibly accurate peripheral that games can be made for, the onus is on developers to make the most of it.

There is a huge amount of potential to make unique experiences with it involving 3d environments and putting us in the space. Even the simple game Tumble you can see the potential for things to come. Sure, it might go untapped, and move might just be used as window dressing for the games we already have but to think it's dead on arrival is I'll say again, naive.

Agree with this comment 6 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Simcoe
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 10:27:15 AM

Tumble is pretty fun, and really shows off the precision. I might have to upgrade and download the full version of this game!

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Alienange
Friday, October 08, 2010 @ 11:50:43 PM
Reply

I don't think it's an age thing. Dualshock owns any motion controller any day of the week.

Agree with this comment 1 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

SmokeyPSD
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 12:05:34 AM
Reply

We only just got it... ofcourse we're still using it...

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Hezzron
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 12:07:23 AM
Reply

I have no interest in getting the Move, because I'm afraid it will just gather dust. They say they want to appeal to the hardcore, but we're still waiting for those games....and the Move better not make the controls on those games sloppier.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 1 down Disagree with this comment

MartyRules
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 12:27:57 AM
Reply

Yes its super fun playing with friends and after Sorcery comes out ill be on it even more

Agree with this comment 1 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Clamedeus
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 12:28:29 PM

Sorcery looks like a lot of fun when ever i can get my hands on Move and Sorcery I'm going to have to try it out.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Bloodysilence19
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 1:01:44 AM
Reply

i play the move every now and than. ill probably stop playing when i plat sports champions. after that ill just play it once a month just so im not to rusty when games i want to play with it like kz3 and sorcery.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

___________
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 1:36:36 AM
Reply

heavy rains one game you MUST play with the move!
im really enjoying it now, have not played it in a while because fifa 11 and enslaved distracted me, but now that ive finished both ill be going back to it until CLOS finally releases!
but besides heavy rain, theres really nothing worthwhile getting for it, RE5 was a massive disappointment!
talk about half asked!
im dying for eccochrome 2, played the demo for it last night and its soooooooooooooo effing cool!!!!!
why dont we have more games like this?
puzzle games rock!

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

tumbletunnel
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 1:57:57 AM
Reply

I wasn't convinced after playing Move at Gamescom. But after a few friends online bought Move I decided to do the same. I don't regret it. Bought Tumble and Flight Control to try it out and games on the horizon that will support Move are on the way : SOCOM, Sorcery, Heroes on the Move, Sly Cooper Collection, KZ3.
It's not necessary to play with move constantly. A fun tool and opens things to other types of games

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

hald
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 2:00:44 AM
Reply

I had the Move controller some days after release, and I must say I still use it quite often. Tumble is great - but I need a little variety, and therefore I really hope Sony will deliver at least a couple of Move-enabled PSN games in the holiday!

Agree with this comment 1 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Snicket
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 2:48:38 AM
Reply

I got it an day 1, and still playing and loving it!

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

WorldEndsWithMe
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 3:25:17 AM
Reply

I want a Minority Report style interface with the XMB.

Agree with this comment 2 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Cavan1
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 6:43:43 AM
Reply

my idea was to sell the wii to buy the move, so even if i dont play the move, be no difference as i never played the wii. (havnt bought the move yet as i was gunner as ive sold my wii, however my GF said shed get it me for christmas so ive bought fifa, and will get medal of honour and gt5 with the wii money instead)

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

slayerkillemall
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 6:46:47 AM
Reply

Personally,i have not tried,nor i will.
i bought the wii for my neice when it was released, played for 20 min and have not touched it since,even though wii and move is like night and day,in principle is the same thing.

i truly hope it succeeds,but its not for me.,my neice will love it though,she has been bugging me for eyepet ever since she saw the comercials with move support...

Agree with this comment 0 up, 3 down Disagree with this comment

Gone
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 8:28:32 AM
Reply

Yesterday I was at Fry's and they had Move set up to try out. I tried to play the table tennis game, but could not serve (not use to the Move controller) so I gave up. I could not figure out how to scroll through the XMB using the Move controller. Plus it didn't help that a guy laughed at me while I was calibrating the controller. I might give the Move a try again the next time I go to Fry's when KZ3 comes out.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

JAMKOR
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 9:26:44 AM

have to admit, i am playing rdr and uc2 mp instead of move right now.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Ben Dutka PSXE [Administrator]
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 10:29:08 AM

Well, FYI, the table tennis is the one event in Sports Champions that seems a little broken to me. Read the review for more info.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

bigrailer19
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 10:32:09 AM

I thought table tennis actually worked well! The transition from back hand to for hand was the hard part! Other than that it feels great!

As a tennis player though it might be easier to find some of those flaws i wouldn't normally pick out!

Agree with this comment 2 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Jonesy555
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 8:16:46 PM

I agree with you bigrailer. I played the demo when a rep brought it to my job and the demo I played was the table tennis. Before I tried the demo, I hated the idea of the Move and wished that Sony and Microsoft admitted to the fact that they are about 4 years too late on the motion sensor gaming bandwagon. Played the table tennis and I loved just how responsive the Move is. Where as the Wii doesn't really give you a work out, I could see how the Move will because it requires full motion. I'm considering picking up a Move and Sports Champions just for the table tennis game (of course, I'll use it for other games when the time comes...)

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Neo_Aeon666
Sunday, October 10, 2010 @ 1:36:02 AM

Thats kinda sad :( I mean he could have told you... You just have to do like you would in a ping pong match... Throw the ball in the air... then hit it with the racket with an intelligent angle so that it wont just fly anywhere lol...

And as for the xmb... lol hold the trigger behind the move controller to enable scrolling and let it go when you dont need it...

And Ben well I don't really think ping pong is broken but I do feel as though it is not perfect enough to handle the level of difficulty they are giving us when we reach the likes of Ace-8000 and the last champion lvl matches. It goes so fast you dont even have time to move back after you just shot and the ball is already coming back at you lol... I always find myself angry at those cpus so I have to go smash em up in gladiator duels before going back to ping pong lol

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Simcoe
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 10:34:11 AM
Reply

I think it really would have helped if games like Socery and SOCOM had been released along with MOVE. Patches to existing games are nice, but new, unplayed AAA titles are needed.
Ultimately, I think Sony, needed to release it before Christmas and especially before Kinect.

Last edited by Simcoe on 10/9/2010 10:35:26 AM

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

bigrailer19
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 10:40:49 AM
Reply

I still use move to this day! I play the sports game a lot still! I got a long ways to go before I get gold in all the events! It's a lot of fun! Besides volleyball, bocce ball and disc golf the others I don't mind playing alone, for longer periods!

Also I started and bought RE5, and love
Playing that with move! The controls are so much more simple, and it adds a little flavor to the game!

MAG absolutely blew me away with move! Ive been using move with MAG since the 2.0 patch came out and to me it just works so well for what it offers! It's a more fun and challenging experience! If I'm on it that day an my hand eye coordination is top shape lol it's quite surprising how well I was doing! Joysticks are still a more reasonable way to play fps, but move again adds another dimension!

Also I have yet to buy heavy rain but I played the demo with move last night and I'm gonna pick it up today for that reason!

So all in all move is here to stay for me! And although I havnt bought any of the move specific games like kung Fu rider or eye pet. I'm still using it for other games, and it's persuading me to pick up games u hadn't played in a while and even go out and buy games I've yet to play ala heavy rain!

Agree with this comment 3 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Robochic
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 10:43:20 AM
Reply

I havent' had time to play with it but the kids are loving it, my son has Eyepet and is having alot of fun. I can't wait for Sorcery and to try it with Heavy rain, anyone know if it works with the new MOH ?

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

bigrailer19
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 10:49:15 AM

I don't think it does! But with all the love ea gave Sony at e3 I wouldn't be surprised if a patch came out!

I thought move was a Christmas gift for your kid? ;) haha!

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

THEVERDIN
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 5:04:44 PM

I heard the dev's said no move. But they decided to throw in 3d at the last minute.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

bigrailer19
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 6:41:01 PM

I think your thinking about COD? I didn't hear anything regarding MOH having 3d?!?!

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

A2K78
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 11:52:55 AM
Reply

"This is an incredibly naive view. The move is different to those listed. It's a peripheral, an incredibly accurate peripheral that games can be made for, the onus is on developers to make the most of it."

I don't care how accurate the either Move or Kinect is, the point is both are add-ons and history have shown that time after time no matter the effort or marketing put in, these add-ons always end up failing.

In the end I praise Nintendo for moving away from the add-on market and realizing the fact that they don't work

Agree with this comment 0 up, 5 down Disagree with this comment

Neo_Aeon666
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 8:52:39 PM

And I smack nintendo on the head for providing such poor motion sensing and a crappy piece of hardware. Thanks to them I can't get to see mario, metroid and zelda in the glorious hd they deserve.

The truth is: The Wii itself is just an accessory to a ps3 or 360. And now it is being replaced by better accessories heh :P

Agree with this comment 1 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

AcHiLLiA
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 1:34:56 PM
Reply

I'll be into Move for some FPS games but I don't want to buy things if I'm not going to use them right away or nearly. These kind of gadgets would be more superb with family and friends. So I'm happy with the DS3.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

THEVERDIN
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 5:02:16 PM
Reply

Everyday with RE5

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

The_Vandelizer
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 5:34:11 PM
Reply

im still moving... HEAVY RAIN AND EYE PET

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Reccaman18
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 7:17:34 PM
Reply

I still use it and love it! I got the Racquet Sports and its great. RE5 is good too. Im waiting for the Fight: Lights Out.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Neo_Aeon666
Saturday, October 09, 2010 @ 8:31:44 PM
Reply

So far I am very happy about what it does. I had a move surge at first and got so soar in my arms I thought I would die because of those monster computer at champion level ping pong lolll XD

But right now I am playing it about 2-3 times a week id say... Trying to get 3 stars rating in everything and it has proven to be a tedious task lol. Waiting for Fight Lights out, Time Crisis and KZ3.

And from a salesman point of view move is a success in my area. All futureshops are sold out and we sold over 200 controllers in a weeks time. Not to mention about 150 bundles XD thats alot for a single little store.

Hope this will encourage the devs to give it even more support :D

And well my niece loves it

Agree with this comment 1 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

nilos95
Sunday, October 10, 2010 @ 3:48:22 AM
Reply

i will keep playing with move sometimes. But it happens to be out too close to the release of great games. But wait, when no more heroes arrives, we will play move!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

The X Factor 9
Sunday, October 10, 2010 @ 4:04:04 AM
Reply

I play with it once and a while. I am impressed with the tech. I am looking forward to future applications. I have faith in Sony and its first party studios.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

herukuti
Sunday, October 10, 2010 @ 11:14:22 AM
Reply

i only have mag and move to play other than demos. when ever i play mag im playing with the move but its very difficult. its not easy even when you are good, im going to say im pretty good with the move controller but there are some problems with the navigator and the move that needs to be addressed.the navigator is very uncomfortable and needs to be resized, and the move i wish was at an angle that when in your hand was straight as it produces much wrist strain. for constant movements or repetitive movements like in ruse its cool and the navigators sho0rtfalls are not as apparent, in mag the navigator is just as claustrophobic as the ds3.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

davidmcc
Sunday, October 10, 2010 @ 12:35:24 PM
Reply

I have one, but haven't had a chance to use it much.

I got the Sports Champions bundle.
I've tried all the tutorials for the various games, but have only played Disc Golf fully.

The swordfighting, boccie and archery look good from the tutorials. I don't think I'll be playing much volleyball or table tennis though.

The PSN game "Tumble" plays well from the demo - it's one that I'll probably buy.

Eye Pet is cute, but not for me.
The "Kung Fu Rider" demo doesn't play that well, but the concept could be interesting. For now I'll pass. I haven't seen enough of the shooters to judge yet.

Unfortunately I've had limited time with the move due to family events, but I hope to get back to it.

I am glad I got it though, and will probably pick up a second controller at some point.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

CAGaHTN
Sunday, October 10, 2010 @ 2:33:53 PM

Volleyball is fun. that and disc golf get the most play from me and my room mate and our friends, out of any of the move games. I like tumble, its easy to spend an hour playing before u know it. MAG took some getting uses to before my friend and I started getting kills and using the nav controller felt different too. Using your whole fore arm to aim with your elbow on the knee for stability worked best. Tiger woods wasnt easy at all. but with both games they were not made around using the move.MAG more so.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Axe99
Sunday, October 10, 2010 @ 4:58:32 PM
Reply

Still playing RUSE with Move, still love it :). Flight Control HD is still getting a bit of a rotation as well. A bit crook for Sports Champions right now though.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Cabalavatar1
Sunday, October 10, 2010 @ 6:19:42 PM
Reply

After finishing _Heavy Rain_ again, this time with the Move, I've put my motion-sensor away. I'm waiting for LBP2 and KZ3 before I start whipping that badboy out again.

I'm not sure why anyone would hesitate to play a shooter with motion-sensing. Hell, KZ3 is -the- reason that I purchased the Move. I'm awaiting the release of some assault rifles and then I'll be Move-ing allll of the time.
Hello headshots.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

JPBooch
Monday, October 11, 2010 @ 9:20:13 AM
Reply

I played the crap out of it for a good two weeks and platinumed Sports Champions. I really only played it by myself, but my brother in law came over Saturday and we played a round of disc golf...so I guess your answer is 2 days ago.

Unfortunately, that is the only good game out for the thing. I tried it with MAG and hated it. I don't feel like playing Heavy Rain again since I've played the crap out of that too. I'd really like to try it with RE5, but I don't have the gold edition.

I guess I'll just have to wait for Sorcery since I think KZ3 will be like MAG. Or perhaps Socom 4.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

TheOldOne
Monday, October 11, 2010 @ 1:03:00 PM
Reply

Halo: Reach? Really?

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Snorge
Monday, October 11, 2010 @ 3:33:10 PM
Reply

Ok I have to get my 2 cents in here....I love the Move. its extremely accurate and maybe its me, but i down experience the "jittering" in the cursor like the Wii. Mag IS different with the Move but still fun none the less. I understand people want more titles for the Move, as do I.....but....Although It came out at the beginning of this year, it seems HEAVY RAIN was made for that! OMG, I cant say how much better getting the move and playing HR again has been. You def feel more immersed doing simple tasks as in opening a door, turning off a motocycle or


****possible spoiler****

trying to escape a crazy ass doctor.

************************

The Eyepet game IS pretty cool, but like Ben said, it would have been better without that annoying "guide" and a higher quality camera (for the life of me I dont get why it isnt as good *quality* as when you do chat?)My wife loves this game....and im force to play the 360 while she plays...glad I got Halo too

*side note* @ TheOldOne
Halo is a great game....kinda has a more gritty feeling with it...and damn I love the different class types you can play with too!

Move has MAJOR potential....I just need that accessory to hold the Move in an "Ak".


Last edited by Snorge on 10/11/2010 3:36:46 PM

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

beharris9
Monday, October 11, 2010 @ 5:59:09 PM
Reply

Yes I am. my daughter loves it and she's got me playing it everyday now. like most parents I was forced to buy and endure the Wii and have hated every minute of it. The move is awesome. the accuracy is amazing, and sometimes I don't feel like playing but once I do i can really get into it. I will be getting the Kinect to try but i can't really imagine not holding any kind of controller would be engaging. Move is the perfect middle ground, it works ten times better that wii, but still uses a controller. while motion controls could never completely replace a controller, this is as good as it can be. I think MS jumped too far to the extreme by going controllerless. We'll see if they can deliver, but I couldn't be happier with my move. looking forward to the fighting game and seeing how killzone 3 puts it to use. If you're on the fence about picking up Move go buy it. you won't regret it.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

beharris9
Monday, October 11, 2010 @ 6:03:23 PM
Reply

One thing I really miss is having 4 usb ports like I did on my old PS3. its a small matter though, just remember to plug in you wands when your playing regular games. They have a great battery life too. I've never had to stop playing to charge them. Little things like this are why I will always be a Sony customer. They just simply do sh** right.

Agree with this comment 0 up, 0 down Disagree with this comment

Leave a Comment

Please login or register to leave a comment.

Our Poll

If you don't have a PS4 yet, why?
Not enough games I want.
I don't have the money right now.
I'm happy with other platforms.
I just plain don't want it.

Previous Poll Results