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- The PlayStation Move places you in the game through ultra-sensory precision.
- PlayStation Move gaming is accessible and characters are easy to control
- Challenge friends online, download games, movies, and more, with PlayStation Network
- Watch high-definition movies via the included Blu-ray player
- Enjoy immersive 3D games with your PS3 system on your 3DTV
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PlayStation 3 320GB System/PlayStation Move Bundle. For use in North America only.
The PlayStation Move 320 GB console bundle is the ultimate way for players to discover the extreme power, versatility and sensitivity of both the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation Move motion controlled gaming system. The bundle consists of a slim designed PlayStation 3 console, with the massive 320 GB hard drive configuration, a DualShock 3 wireless controller, a PlayStation Eye camera peripheral, a PlayStation Move motion controller and a copy of the PlayStation Move game, Sports Champions. Together these components provide all the pieces necessary to fully experience the advanced motion controlled gaming only possible with the Move system, as well as the wider world of digital entertainment available with the PlayStation 3.
The PlayStation 3 Bundle That Only Does Everything
With Blu-ray gaming and movies all playable in stunning high definition, the ability to download games, movies and more from the PlayStation Network, built-in Wi-Fi, Internet browser and hard drive, and now PlayStation Move, the PlayStation 3 can be enjoyed by every member of your family.
Move into the most immersive gaming experience ever with PlayStation Move and the PlayStation 3 system. The PlayStation Move pairs with the PlayStation Eye camera to provide the world's most accurate motion gaming experience. So whether you’re hitting a home run, taking a long-distance sniper shot or tapping in a 3 foot putt, your every move is translated into the game with complete precision. It's the world’s most immersive gaming experience ever, and it's only possible on the PlayStation 3 system.
The 320 GB PlayStation 3 System
What's Under the Hood
As with previous models, the PlayStation 3 320 GB system features an IBM "Cell" processor and a co-developed NVIDIA graphics processor that together allow the system to perform two trillion calculations per second. Yet the 320 GB system manages to improve on this with its 45nm version of the processor, which although running at the same 60+nm speed as previous PS3 versions, uses less energy. This makes the unit's smaller size and quieter fan possible. Along with the traditional AV and composite connections, the 320 GB system also boasts an HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) port, which delivers uncompressed, unconverted digital picture and sound to compatible high-definition TVs and projectors. (The system is capable of 128-bit pixel precision and 1080p resolution for a full HD experience) This console also provides for an extreme sound experience by supporting Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1, as well as Linear PCM 7.1. Finally, it features cross connectivity with your PC network and PlayStation Portable (PSP) and its pre-installed, 320 GB hard disc drive allows you to save games as well as download content from the Internet. Unlike some other models of PlayStation 3, the 320 GB system does not offer backwards compatibility to PlayStation 2 games.
Blu-ray, PlayStation Network Downloads and Beyond
PlayStation 3 utilizes the Blu-ray disc media format, which gives you the best high-definition viewing experience on your television, by way of the format's ability to hold six times as much data as traditional DVDs. This tremendous capacity, combined with the awesome power of the system's processor and graphics card, promises an endless stream of mind-blowing games, and other multimedia content. This doesn't mean though that the PS3 is limited to Blu-ray discs. It also supports CD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD, DVD-ROM, DVD-R, DVD+R formats. In addition, PlayStation 3 system software includes BD Live support that allows you to play discs that support Blu-ray Disc Profile 2.0 (BD-LIVE), meaning you can also connect to the Internet while playing discs that support this format to obtain additional features. And of course PS3 owners also receive free access to the PlayStation Network (PSN), where through the PlayStation Store and PlayStation Home, they can download games, game demos, movies, and other content, as well as chat with friends, play mini-games, compete in tournaments and explore dedicated game spaces.
A Sensational Controller
The DualShock 3 wireless controller included in the PlayStation Move 320 GB console bundle provides the most intuitive game play experience, with pressure sensors in each action button and the inclusion of the highly sensitive Sixaxis motion sensing technology. Each hit, crash and explosion is more realistic when the user feels the rumble right in the palm of their hand. It can even detect natural movements for real-time and high precision interactive play, acting as a natural extension of the user's body. DualShock 3 utilizes Bluetooth technology for wireless game play and the controller's detachable USB cable to seamlessly and automatically charge the controller when connected to the PlayStation 3. By integrating all of these features into the popular PlayStation controller design, the DualShock 3 further enhances the advanced gameplay experience only available on the PlayStation 3 system.
Synch with Your Other Sony HDMI Devices
The PlayStation 3 320 GB system features HDMI + Bravia Synch functionality. Bravia Synch allows connectivity between Sony HDMI products, without having to utilize multiple remote controls. This means that with the push of one button users can control compliant Sony devices connected to your PS3 via HDMI cable.
The PlayStation Move System
The PlayStation 3 Move console bundle includes the building blocks of the PlayStation Move motion-controlled gaming system, the Move motion controller and PlayStation Eye Camera. Equipped with a three axis gyroscope, a three axis accelerometer and terrestrial magnetic field sensor, during gameplay the PlayStation Move motion controller tracks the precise movements and the angle of the controller, while the PlayStation Eye camera, aimed at the player, allows the PS3 system to detect the absolute position of the controller in 3D space. Together this facilitates the highly sensitive movement tracking and intuitive gameplay that projects the user on-screen and provides realistic and responsive movement and actions in-game. The PlayStation Move motion controller also features the familiar PlayStation controller button orientation, for seamless play from the very first use.
Sports Champions is an action-sports game for PlayStation 3 that combines the strengths of the PlayStation Move motion controller and the PlayStation Eye peripheral to provide gamers with true 1:1 motion controlled sports related gaming action. Designed with both casual and hard-core players in mind, Sports Champions features six events ranging from table tennis, to gladiatorial combat, and contains three varied gameplay modes and 10 playable characters to assume as the player and up to three friends battle for the glory of capturing the in-game Champions Cup. Additional features include the ability to utilize two Move controllers simultaneously in events, 720p video output, PlayStation Network support and more.
What's in the Box
- PlayStation 3 320 GB system
- DualShock 3 wireless controller
- PlayStation Move motion controller (wireless)
- PlayStation Eye camera
- Sports Champions Blu-ray game
- PlayStation Move game demos disc
- 120V AC power cord, AV cable, USB cable
|CPU||Cell Broadband Engine (Cell/B.E.)|
|Sound||LPCM 7.1ch, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTs, DTS-HD, AAC|
|Memory||256MB XDR Main RAM, 256MB GDDR3 VRAM|
|HDD||2.5" Serial ATA||320 GB|
|Ethernet||X1 (10BASE-T,100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T)|
|IEEE 802.11 b/g||Included|
|Bluetooth 2.0 (EDR)||Included|
|Controller||Dualshock 3 wireless controller included|
|AV Output||Resolution||1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p, 480i (for PAL 576p, 576i)|
|HDMI OUT + Bravia Synch||1|
|AV MULTI OUT||1|
|DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL)||1|
|BD/DVD/CD Drive |
|Maximum Read Speed||BD 2x (BD-ROM)|
|DVD 8x (DVD-ROM)|
|CD 24x (CD-ROM)|
|Dimensions||13.385"(w) x 13.385"(h) x 6.299"(d)|
|Weight||Approx. 7.05 lbs|
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Ever since the launch of Slim, the PS3 has been undertaking a quiet revolution or... could it be the console's midlife crisis? :) Here's what happened recently - and I will only note the more important developments going 12 months back (writing this in Oct., 2010):
- NetFLIX streaming, now disc-less, 1080p, 5.1 surround sound
- Much larger disc (this one is triple the size of the original Slim)
- 3D gaming
- Blu-ray 3D
This is a lot of new 'stuff' for a 4 year old console. I am not going to go into bean-counting mode and compare the PS3 improvements with what we see at the other guys but, clearly there is a lot of life in the PS3 and a lot of what the PS3 has to offer today - 3D gaming, Blu-ray 3D - either cannot be duplicated or is unlikely to be implemented by other consoles of this generation.
WHAT YOU GET, WHAT YOU MAY NEED
Briefly, this is what you get in with this bundle and I will make it very short because there's a lot of info. at the Amazon page:
- PS3 Slim with...
* 320GB HDD - as far as I know, the largest hard disk a console has ever had. You CAN upgrade it to a 500GB if you want but 320GB should probably be enough. See PS3 Slim reviews for details and features
* Move controller, of course
* PlayStation Eye camera (must have for the Move to work)
* Sports Champions (Ping Pong is simply awesome, some of the games play much better with a second controller)
* A demo disc so you can see what Move can do for you (most of the demos can be downloaded from the PSN)
- DualShock 3 controller (rumble, motion sensitive)
- ONE USB wire mostly to charge the controllers
I marked with asterisks the items that come with the bundle are not included in the Slim 160GB package.
Depending on how you are planning to use the PS3, this is what you don't get but may end up buying eventually:
- HDMI cable for HD output (a component cable should work too but you can get a decent HDMI for $3-5 or so)
- One or more extra USB wires same as above, don't pay more than $2-3 for one
- One more Move Controller (some games will either require two controllers or will play better with two)
- One or two Navigation Controllers (you can use the DualShock in your left hand but it feels weird)
- Dedicated charger, especially if you have more than one Move controller or you also have a Navigation controller
- PS3 TV remote controller to use when watching movies
TO BUNDLE OR NOT TO BUNDLE
We got the bundle because we really needed a fresh console but, it turns out, if you already have a PlayStation 3 Eye camera all you need is the stand-alone Move controller to be able to play Move games. If you don't have the Eye then it's going to cost a little more but the general idea is that it's possible to ease yourself into the Move universe and possibly stop if you feel that the Move is not for you. However, if you get yourself hooked, the odds are that you are going to spend A LOT on extras, eventually - see above.
THE PS3 BUNDLE VS. OTHER OPTIONS
At the time I'm writing this you can get a Move-less, 160 GB PS3 for $100 less. In my view, it's probably worth buying this bundle even if you do NOT want the Move because you should be able to sell your brand-new Move controller ($49), the PS Eye ($30) and the Sports Champions ($40) game and make close to $100 in the process and you will STILL have a console with TWICE the disc capacity.
This bundle is probably the best PS3 deal ever - see my notes on how you could sell the Move stuff if you don't want it and still end up ahead. I've been a PS3 owner ever since the 60GB classic became available and I've been impressed with the PS3's reliability, versatility and its sheer power - and I've owned both 'classic' and 'slim' models, upgraded most, gave away a couple. In the end it's a matter of personal taste but the PS3 is increasingly the most popular 'gaming' or 'entertainment' implement in our household. And we DO own an Xbox too.
I will not go through the long list of PS3's features. It would be an exaggeration to say that it does 'everything' but, in my view, it does a lot more than the competition and it's doing it increasingly well. Agreed, features and capabilities do not come for free and sometimes they don't even come cheap (see my list of possible add-ons above) but I can't say that I have the feeling of being constantly nickeled and dimed when I upgrade my PS3. I will have no choice at this time but to order the extra Move and Motion controller from Sony but the charger, the larger discs I used to upgrade my old classic, all of the cables came or will come from third party vendors and even for the old SixAxis and the remote controller there were alternatives at the time I decided to buy the Sony-made ones. In addition, the 'basic' PS3 console can take you pretty far as it is and you can have a lot of fun without having to spend one extra penny.
To conclude, this bundle gets 5 stars:
- for being chuck-full of 'stuff' (controllers, game, huge hard disc)
- for being the most cost-effective PS3 deal at the time I am writing this (Sep. 17, 2010)
- for the PS3 being the most feature-rich, well-balanced console you can get these days
Aug. 16, 2011 Note:
Quite a lot happened to the PS3 since I posted my review. A week or so ago Netflix became part of a new category named TV/Video Services with Hulu PLUS, Vudu HD Movies, NHL GameCenter Live and MLB.tv. I've had Netflix for quite a while and if Hulu adds a lot of movies show to what I'm getting from Netflix I may say goodbye to my satellite provider. Under the Music tab I can see now Qriocity. I believe there is a 6 months free trial but I'm a Pandora guy so I'm not sure I'll sign up. It's good to know it's there.
Oh and... funny coincidence. I just read that Sony cut $50 of all consoles sold in the US. I paid $499 for my first 60GB PS3 back in 2007 (came with 8 or 10 Blu-ray movies so it wasn't THAT bad a deal) and it's still one of our 2 PS3. Not even a hiccup after 4 years of gaming and movie viewing.
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I went out and bought my PS3 320GB Console w/ Playstation March 2012 and must say that I'm pleasantly surprised at how accurate and fun Move is. As stated in the description, the bundle comes with the 320GB Slim PS3 console, a Dualshock controller, the Playstation Vision Cam, the Playstation Move controller and Sports Champions which is a game that is PSMove supported.
Concerning the Sports Champions game, it's a great way to get introduced to the controls of the new PSMove but it's not a breathtaking stand-alone experience. All that didn't really matter to me though as I wasn't looking for something captivating but more so a tutorial for the controls. It's very easy to pick up and learn so it should supply loads of fun for gamers of any age.
Future proof Blu-ray player (Sony updates the player over the Internet for free; it now supports 3D movies/TVs)
Clean, more futuristic on-screen interface
Free online multiplayer gaming Watch your online netflix shows on PS3 for free
Exterior: More futuristic, luxurious, mature "look". Looks more like a sleek Home Theater appliance.
Lighter, slimmer, smaller controller. Built-in longer lasting rechargeable battery.
Built-in wireless connectivity.
Built-in optical/toslink connectivity for home theatre audio connection.
I can use my (or any) wireless blue-tooth cell phone headset for voice/chat enabled games.
Since everybody in this world may have reviewed the PS3 already, I'll just make a "pros and cons" list here, and compare against the 360.
Free online gameplay
The best exclusives (so good that PS4's catalog is heavily reliant on this, currently)
Arguably better graphics.
Blu-Ray games (because DVD-9s get scratched easily, and it's ridiculous how many discs you have to hold for any game)
Blu-Ray player excuse (that is old, given how cheap regular BD players became, but some years ago you COULD convince your family with this.
Swappable hard drive (on PS3 I just need to change the hard drive, it's not that easy on the 360.)
PS+ features like automatic cloud saves, and others, especially automatic game patching (which Xbox One can't do and it makes me wait a long time with long patches before I can actually play the game!)
Controller with an internal battery. Better than buying/recharging AAs for life, or paying even more for Microsoft's convenient battery+cable kit
Sony being Sony (the removal of OtherOS features and backwards compatibility with PS2)
Sony being Sony 2 (updates that made lots of consoles useless, and even if those were mandatory updates, no warranty and bare minimum support for bricked units)
It can get HOT sometimes
Support/repairs out of warranty can be expensive.
Even with the PS4 on the market, you still will need one of these to run your PS3 games (because I think PSNow will charge even for the games you own on PSN, and because Sony is being Sony, again.)