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70 of 75 people found the following review helpful
Cheap and pointless so far, get a different one
on December 2, 2010
Not impressed with this gun. The stock fits on very loosely so if you try to actually shoulder aim like you would a real gun it wiggles around. I want a solid gun to press to my shoulder, this is flimsy.. and very small. It BARELY manages to fit for shoulder aiming anyway and I'm a small guy, a larger man would never be able to do it. The scope has no crosshair, it's just clear and does little other than highlight how inaccurate the move guns can be. So far, I have never been able to get the crosshairs on screen to consistantly match with my crosshairs regardless of type of gun or which game.
Also, most games seem to use the move trigger to fire weapons so it's not very realistic to use the front (left hand) trigger all the time. You would think shooters that are move enabled would allow you to map the buttons because of the many different configurations are possible, but not so far.
The people that make the games and the people that make the guns really need to stop and think about what they are doing. "Let's re-release resident evil 5 with move enabled! and we will make it so that in order to shoot, you have to hold down the trigger and then hit another button.. rendering it entirely useless to every gun peripheral ever made!" wtf??
So far, move gunplay has been one big fat fail after another. Some steps need to be taken to correct all of these issues or this will be one quick fad that gets very little attention. So far.. any combination of move, plastic guns, cabellas dangerous hunt, the shoot, resident evil 5... FAIL
Oh, and by the way.. I love that some IDIOT gave this gun a 5 star review without ever having owned or used one.. I was going to give a 2 but I have to give it a 1 just to balance out the 5 star reviews submitted by people that haven't even used it... not what reviews are for retards.