Excerpt: The latest motion controller to hit shelves in time for Christmas is the Playstation Move from Sony, a device that integrates effortlessly with the Playstation 3 console. The device offers 1 to 1 motion tracking using a Playstation Eye camera to track the movement of players holding the Move …
Summary: I like the idea of being up off the couch and having more interaction with games. This controller is extremely accurate, it is able to detect the smallest movements from your hands. The game library has increased a lot since this was first released so there is plenty of stuff to choose from.
Summary: This is a solid peripheral from Sony. It is well-built, and does exactly what it says it does. It's more accurate than the Wii controller and less laggy than the Kinect. The combination of the two trigger buttons into a single "T" trigger is bothersome, since it means you have to relearn what 3...
Excerpt: Often times I recollect memories of my Wii, how I used to relish in the gaming technology that Nintendo’s Wii had brought into my house. Alas, all its fame and glory have dissipated from my abode and I am left with the newer generation of handheld consoles, all of …
Summary: I would recommend this to a friend. I sold my PS Move because i didn't use it that much.
Pros: Gets you out of the chair and moving. It is more accurate and sensitive than Wii sensor technology because the camera looks for the glowing ball. Comfortable to hold, easy and speedy acces to the buttons/controls.
Cons: The motion controller needs to be calibrated every time before you play a game/round.
Excerpt: I have a few friends out there who own a Wii and every time I talk about the PS3 Move they claim that its just a cheap copy of the Wii. Yes in some ways they are true, both technologies are similar because you wave an expensive stick around in the living room, but thats about the only similarity.
Pros: Fun, quick and easy to play, great for parties, responsive, good for exercise (makes you sweat)
Cons: Need big TV, big living room, need some friends, not many games, friends with Wii won't like you
Summary: I own this and play 2 games with it: Michael Jackson: The Experience and HPATDH:P2 (Harry potter and the deathly hallows: Part 2) and they are fun to play (if you like MJ and Harry Potter obv, but this review is about the controller). Anyway, the remote when playing a dance game (e.g.
Pros: Easy to operate, bigger controller than the wii, sturdier than a wii remote, funny squidgy thing on top of remote that changes colour according to action in games, can be charged like a remote
Cons: Shape (it looks like a light up dildo), laggy, needs to be in a certain point for the camera to recognise it
Excerpt: Even though we have had a Wii for about 4 years I’ve never really taken the fitness element of the Wii fit too seriously. I’m not sure if this is because of the graphics or the types of games but for some reason I’ve struggled to really use it for fitness.
Pros: An excellent product that uses technology to enhance the gaming experience
Cons: Not a complete starter set as there are other elements that could have been included