Excerpt: I have been excited about the PS3 Move since I flew all the way out to Los Angeles, and tried it at E3. I have had some concerns about Sony’s approach of motion gaming, and targeting the adult audience. When a reviewable unit did not arrive for the PS3 Move, we saved up money to purchase one.
Excerpt: In spite of Sports Champions being a launch title for the PlayStation Move device, it still remains as one the best examples of just what the controller can do, proving that, provided that the time and effort is put in by the developer, Move can be a seriously impressive take on motion control.
Summary: Not the most attractive selection of sports on offer, but a shed load of content, solid local multiplayer and smooth Move implementation makes Sports Champions 2 ideal for some healthy competitive gaming between family and friends.
Pros: Great Move implementation, particularly in Tennis, Bowling and Archery, Solid local multiplayer system with strong customation giving it a more personal touch, Lots of content with some very entertaining arcade games
Cons: Skiing is soooooo boring, No online multiplayer. If you have no willing friends, you play alone, Would like to have seen some more popular sports to take advantage of Move
Conclusion: Not every sport is a winner, but there's no denying that Sports Champions does a great job of showcasing what the Playstation Move has in store for us over the coming years. If you're looking to pick up a Move and one launch title, make it this one - both the single player and multiplayer action are...
Excerpt: Is it any wonder Sony chose to include Sports Champions in the PlayStation Move bundle? If you’ve played Kung Fu Riders or Start the Party, the only other two retail games available at launch for the hardware, you’d know they had no choice but to feature its sports compilation, even at the risk of...