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Sports Champions - Playstation 3
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- New PlayStation Move allows players to engage in actions such as pulling a bow, lunging forward with a sword, or perfectly tossing a disc into the goal several hundred feet away to score the big win!
- Play a wide range of exciting sporting activities that include Disc Golf, Gladiator Duel, Beach Volleyball, Archery, Table Tennis and Bocce
- Smoke the competition by improving your high score through detailed stats and online leader board system!
- Champion Cup Mode: Compete in the bronze, silver, and gold cups to unlock hundreds of prizes and become the ultimate sports champion.
- Free Play Mode: Jump in to play casual matches against other players or the CPU with your choice of options
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*The PlayStation Move motion controller and PlayStation Eye camera sold separately and required for play.
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Sports Champions can either be purchased separately or bundled with the Playstation Eye and Move Controller. (I've left my thoughts on the Move under my review for the Playstation Move Starter Bundle)
I suspect that, as with Wii Sports, most people who get a Move will get it as part of the Starter Kit. But for those who are purchasing it separately, here's everything you need to know about the game.
Before you start up the game, the system will calibrate the Move controller. You'll see an image of your room on the screen, and using augmented reality it'll draw a box around a region which you'll need to stand in throughout gameplay. The system will ask you to move your controller to your shoulders, to your side, and to your belt buckle.
There are six sports to choose from. With each, you can select a tutorial (highly recommended) that talks you through how to play each game.
Disc Golf: Here, you compete against each other or the CPU throwing a frisbee on a golf course trying to get to the target. The scenery is breathtaking. You'll stand on mountaintops, contend with lush forests, and more. Like a real frisbee, you can throw with as much or as little force as you need. You pick up the frisbee by holding the "T" button, and when you release the button it releases the frisbee. The controls are remarkably accurate, although it will take getting used to throwing without having the resistance of a real frisbee.
Gladiator Duel: This is a game where you can choose to use one or two Move controllers.Read more ›
As for the other games, table tennis was one of my least favorites...I am awful at this game in real life, and yet somehow do really well in this version...so, to me, at least, it didn't have the realism that some of the others did (although most people I know who have tried it love this one... :) ). Disc golf seems like a very good simulation; not my favorite game in real life, but a nice one herein. The movement in volley ball seemed a little awkward to me...I'll try again later, but I wasn't as impressed with this as the others.
This game was a very good choice to bundle with the Move -- it really shows a lot of what this system is capable of. It's also great on its own, though (by which I mean, when considered on its own merits alone; not "without" the Move, as you can't play it without that :) ). The games can be totally addictive...I spent hours on bocce, and worked up quite a sweat in the gladiatorial championship too. And I pulled some muscles doing some of the shield bashes and whatnot, so that was pretty funny, lol. All in all, this is a solid 5/5.
This game has made me do more exercise than anything I've ever see in a console. I own Wii Sports Resort and honestly, I spent less time over the lifetime of that product that I have in the 3 days I've had this one. The 5 sports in this package are great (except maybe Volleyballl, but for some people it's their favorite), when in WSR only a handful were enjoyable. There's tons to unlock in this as well.
Advantages over other Motion Control Solutions in the World:
+HD big plus for me!
+Accurate controls: When you 'push the raquet towards the TV, I felt like a giddy child. It's an awesome feeling.
+ Rechargeable controllers: No more AA batteries!
Get this to experience something new! (Gladiators is my favorite!)
You get 6 games all of which are worth playing. I will briefly describe my experience with each. First bocce is just flat out fun. Probably the one with the least exercise but the physics and creativity are great. The move captures your arm movement perfectly and can account for if you are spinning shots or not and how much arc you are putting on each. It also has bocce courts but then also bocce in different settings like playgrounds where trash cans and other obstacles come into play. Simple yet very enjoyable. Great for a family as it is the easiest one to do well in.
Disc golf: FUN. Nice graphics, inventive courses. The move really takes into account your arm movement, where you release the disc, if you're throwing flat or at an angle, etc. As bocce does with the ball the physics are great here. The disc behaves like a real disc in the air and on the ground.
Gladiator: I thought I would like this the most and it is fun, but as all the games are very enjoyable so it doesn't stand out. To Sony's credit, they didn't scrimp on any of the 6. The movements do not seem to be captured as well as some of the other games, but still swinging swords..can not complain. In the champions cup mode (this is the mode for all games where you compete against the CPU in various challenges) you get to have a more arcade like experience where you do a sequence of movements like the killing boss sequences in God of War or the Force Unleashed. Good workout.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Kids can't stop playing...Sports Champs 1 and 2 are their fave ps3 games!Published 3 days ago by Ninamomx4
Fun little game to play with a small group but gets repetitive quickly. I do like the archery mode thoughPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I already have this game, but bought this one for our grand-daughter for her birthday since she always plays it at our house. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Raemona
My girlfriend and I play Bocce and freezbie-golf at least once a week! The only reason I don't give this game 5 stars is because you can't play against others on-line. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jorge Perez