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MOVE Precision Shot 3 - Playstation 3

by InterWorks Unlimited, Inc.
PlayStation 3
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3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)

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  • Universally Compatible with all MOVE Games Specifically Compatible with ALL Shooting Games (Time Crisis, TheShoot, Resident Evil 5, Toy Story)
  • 1 Hand Pistol or 2 Handed Navigation Grip
  • Includes Sub-Controller Attachment
  • Motion Ball not included (Sold Seperately)

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  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003UF24SI
  • Product Dimensions: 12.2 x 7.5 x 2.8 inches
  • Media: Accessory
  • Release Date: September 21, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,967 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

For Move Games (Time Crisis, The Shoot, Resident Evil 5, Toy Story) / 1 hand pistol or 2 handed navigating grip / Includes sub-controller attachment Built for the Mac OS and works with iChat, iCal, and Address Book System Requirements - Mac with Intel Core 2 Duo or higher processor to run the server; Mac with Intel processor and QuickBooks installed to connect as a client Mac OS X v10.6 1 GB RAM CD-ROM drive for installation 120 MB of available disk space Export report data requires Numbers '09 (included with iWork from Apple) or Microsoft Excel 2004 or 2008 for Mac E-mail requires Apple Mail; Microsoft Entourage 2004 or 2008 for Mac Back up to MobileMe requires paid MobileMe account available separately from Apple, Inc. iCal, iChat, and AddressBook are included in Mac OS X; Internet access required for iChat

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75 of 81 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Universal Shooter (Bring'em On - the games) October 3, 2010
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
By integrating both the MOVE (motion) controller AND the Nav Controller, this little accessory has the ability to add A LOT of fun to just about any shooting game.

Lacking an actual Move-based shooter, as in 'a real game' I could only test the Precision Shot 3 with the Time Crisis demo but, from what I experienced, I'm now a believer. And this is saying a lot from someone like me who is not that much into shooting games. I will take a few paragraphs to report my findings.


The gun comes in a nice cardboard box, easy to open.

Setup consists in sliding in the optional Nav Controller holder (gives you an optional second grip) and attaching the MOVE and the Nav. Very quick. Both controllers can be easily and quickly removed.

The gun comes with a little instruction sheet, useful because it shows how to properly handle the wrist strap and a warranty card. Warranty, by the way, is limited to 30 days.


I will list what I believe it's important to know about this gun:

- All buttons - no exceptions - can be reached while the controllers are mounted on the gun. Having the MOVE button on top of the gun may seem awkward initially but... this is the way it's going to be on any gun prop AND it took me only a couple of minutes to get myself used to it - on the Time Crisis Demo you press the MOVE button to lower your shield so that you can shoot and it felt natural quickly.

- Gun's trigger pulls the MOVE's trigger. Once the MOVE controller was attached and locked into the gun's body, the MOVE responded instantly whenever the gun trigger was pulled.

- The Nav attachment gives you a SECOND grip. This is a good thing for several reasons.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for the price, problems are with games not gun December 2, 2010
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
You get your moneys worth with this gun. Unfortunately a lot of reviewers are not very bright and can be misleading. See below for comments on that. To quickly sum up the gun, it's sturdy, just the right amount of bulk and weight, and comes with an optional attachment for the nav which allows you to go from pistol to submachinegun with just a click and a slide. I think the gun itself is great and I'm giving it a 5. THIS GUN IS BETTER AND CHEAPER THAN THE TAN SUBMACHINE GUN DO NOT BUY THAT PRODUCT.

If you are complaining about how the gun fires, button configurations, lack of button mapping, or needing an additional controller... these are issues with the GAME, not the plastic gun shell. I garuntee the reviewer that gave it a 1 was playing resident evil 5 because yes, in resident evil 5 you have to hold down the trigger and press the button on the top, and yes this makes resident evil 5 completely useless to play with ps move. Whoever made that call is an idiot and should be fired, but again a problem with the game not the gun.
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29 of 38 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great for arcade mode, but not for career October 23, 2010
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
This was a great gun to use for the new Time Crisis razing storm. I started out just playing the arcade mode which was very fun but there was only one bad thing. To reload your weapon you still have to use the buttons on the move controller and not the navigation which is under the gun. No customizable controls on this game other than reverse the reload button and the fire button. I did notice once you get into career mode you can use the navigation controller, so I tried that. Once in Career or story mode there are alot of buttons to press on the move controller which is on top of the gun, so it makes it very tricky to use the nav controller underneath the gun to move around and still use the buttons on top too. I did try to play the game and go through the first mission 2 times with the controller and the navigation in the gun and tried it one time with the move controller just in hand. For me having the move controller in one hand and the nav controller in the other hand made for a better score and better game play experience. It's very difficult to move around and look and the same time when you have both of these connected to the gun. I'm sure when more shooters come out this might be better but for now it's an OK add on to your PS Move collection.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Does what it was made to do February 5, 2011
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Gun does what it was made to do. The trigger presses the T button when you squeeze it. Depending on the game and whether or not you can customize the button commands will determine if this is useful to you or not. Ive used it for DeadSpace: Extraction, TimeCrisis and The Shoot.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Works great for my shooting games! October 26, 2010
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Looks more detailed than any other of the guns accessories available. Feels nice. What sold me is the fore grip attachment. Feels great. Seems you get more precision. Can feel a little heavy w/o it. I own Time Crisis and The Shoot. You get more of an arcade feel using it. There's a small issue if your playing Time Crisis Razing Storm. I know the MOVE button is used for cover or reloading which is located on top of the MOVE controller. This is what you do. You hold the fore grip with your left hand like usual. You slide your left thumb up to press and access either the X or O button. The X or O button is also used to cover or reload. :)
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An improvement over Sony's licensed Move gun accesory November 18, 2010
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
When I saw this peripheral, I immediately preferred it over Sony's licensed MOVE gun accesory, merely on looks alone. While that one is brightly colored in red and white like a candy cane so it can never be mistaken for anything resembling a real gun, Eagle 3's MOVE Precision Shot 3 resembles a black Desert Eagle with chrome accents but with just enough orange coloring to it to keep it from passing for an actual firearm. It's not like this controller could be mistaken for a real gun anyway, as I'm sure the white sphere at the tip of it would be a dead giveaway. But this accessory looks much more impressive when playing alongside friends than the "candy cane gun" Sony has provided.

All the MOVE Controller's buttons are exposed and easily accesible, and there is a hole in the rear of the gun to accommodate both the MOVE's wrist strap and its USB cord. However, since the MOVE controller is positioned further to the front of the accessory and thus further away from your wrist, you will likely need to readjust the wrist strap.

Unlike Sony's candy cane gun, the Precision 3 also includes an attachable second grip that slides along rails and clicks into place at the bottom of the gun's "barrel." This accomodates Sony's Navigation Controller, so you can use both hands for steadier shooting and navigation while giving the player the simulated feel of a submachine gun.

My only problem with this feature is that the attachable second grip is very difficult to detach. Though this grip is secured in place with a plastic tab, the plastic doesn't have a lot of "give" to it, so simply pressing against the tab to release it does little good. I struggled to remove it and grew afraid that I might break it altogether if I kept trying to force it.
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