Summary: First of all I own all three motion consoles (Wii, Move and Kinect) I consider myself a hardcore gamer - here are some of the games I play (Call of Duty 4 - Blackops, Halo 1-4, God of War 1-3, Killzone 2, Forza 3,Fallout, Mass Effect 1 and 2) I enjoy the Move the most mainly in part because I feel I will be able to use it for more of the type of games I like to play. Ask yourself...
brings your PS3 into the world of motion sensing technology
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
23 November 2010
Summary: If you've ever seen how a Wii works, with waving controllers, then you have a sense of what the PS3 Move is all about. This system brings your PS3 into the world of motion sensing technology. It ends up being both better and worse than the Wii. This PlayStation Move Starter Bundle is just that - the bare bones to get you started in the world of "Move". You get the camera, which is absolutely necessary. You get a controller, which is also necessary.
Summary: In the three years I've had my PS3 my wife never even touched it. The Move has changed this; I couldn't believe how much fun we are all having with it. This starter bundle is not enough though. I strongly recommend buying an additional move controller, a quadruple charger and an Eye Camera Mounting Clip. Also, buy a dumbbell for your other arm, so they will get evenly fit :) Installing the move was easy enough and learning how to use it too.
Summary: At first I wasn't going to buy this, but I cashed in a bunch of credit card points and got this thinking it would be a pleasant diversion for a couple days. I also picked up another Move controller as I read some of the games on Sports Champions worked best with 2 controllers. Goodbye credit card points. I already had the Eye thanks to the old `Eye of Judgment' game.
Summary: I've been playing this game for a couple hours after picking it up at Walmart. The bundle came with Sports Champions game, move controller, PS eye, and a demo disk of some other move titles. It was all easy to set up. The games on Sports Champions were very fun. Table Tennis is a blast, and I still can't believe the accuracy of the move. Putting spins on the ball is a blast and I love how you can hit it soft or hard.
Summary: The Wii was a revolutionary experience, and really really fun. Nintendo did a great job with it and deserve all the credit (and money) they got for it. The Move takes what the Wii did and builds on it with great success. It's just a better device. Precision and accuracy are considerably better, the device feels good in your hand, and with standard Sony design, it just looks better.
Summary: The Starter Bundle makes it quick and easy for those who already have a PS3 to get an idea of what Move is about. Depending on what you already have on your PS3 and of what/how you are planning to play, all you may need could be just the Move controller and nothing else or you may want to order some additional controllers instead of this bundle. If you don't have a PS3, then the PlayStation 3 320GB System with PlayStation Move Bundle should be the way to go.
Summary: I have had the move for two weeks now, and have spent a rather significant amount of time using this bundle during that time. Both the system itself & the sports pack that came with it have exceeded all of my expectations up to this point. I am a moderate gamer & while I do not own a Wii system, I have several close friends and family members who do. This is a clear step forward from the Wii.
Summary: *Sports Champions* There were quite a few reviewers who noted that they weren't a huge fan of the Sports Champions. I have to admit, I haven't really played volleyball, bocce ball (although I probably will more), or the table tennis. But The disc golf if very fun, and can sometimes actually be challenging. Most surprisingly, it's pretty realistic. The archery is a blast, although if you shoot as if you've a real bow and arrow, your arms start hurting after a short while.