Playstation Move Motion Controller
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- Accurately tracks your every movement. Precisely tracks both fast and subtle movements
- Sphere's light provides visual feedback during gameplay
- Vibration feedback is felt during specific actions
- Pair with navigation controller (sold separately) in compatible games
- Charge the controller and automatically pair with the PS3 system via a USB cable
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PlayStation Move redefines motion gaming with the most immersive and realistic gaming experience only possible on the PlayStation3 system. The simple, easy-to-use controller captures a full range of motion giving you ultimate control over how you play the game. With a diverse selection of games and new ones launching all the time, you can enjoy hours of fun with friends and family.
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The controller's buttons are well placed and even our six-year old son has no problems with gripping the controller and pressing the buttons with his thumb or forefinger. With games that require the pairing of two devices, there is no issue with them working together and responding as you would expect.
We did have a problem with our three-year old trying to calibrate the system to himself. At first we thought we may have a bad controller, but after I was able to calibrate the controller to myself, we figured our son was just too short for the system to recognize him and for it to work properly. For that reason only I didn't give it a full five stars. For now, he simply uses Daddy's controller so he feels like he's a part of the fun too.
When you're in between games, the motion controller will also navigate the PS3's main menu. I don't understand why Sony makes a navigation controller to do this task. Buying a navigation controller seems to be a waste of money; at least to me. I would suggest not purchasing one.
I haven't played any other motion games (i.e., Wii), so I can't make an intelligent comparison among the PS3 and other gaming devices. It's my opinion that the PS3 motion controller has excellent response with the games we've played so far. To date, we have only played the Sports Champions game that came with the starter bundle. Given the family fun we've had so far, we'll will certainly be looking for other games to enjoy as well.
The controller feels very solid, and it is powered by a rechargable battery just like the standard PS3 controllers. I plug mine into the PS3 when I'm not using them so when the PS3 is on, they charge in 3-5 hours and are back to full. I would probably recommend getting a standalone Move controller dock that will plug into the wall and keep the controllers charged at all times if you don't use them frequently.
The setup is very easy, just a few clicks of the PS Move button near your shoulder and torso is about all it takes to sync. It is also kind of cool how the orb on the top of the controller changes depending on the game and the player (when playing multiplayer).
The only thing I did find a bit annoying is that sometimes it is difficult to use this controller to navigate the PS3 main menu and then some of the game menus outside of basic PS Move play. Other than that, this product is very good, and really does work as well as advertised.
Firstly, let me just say that the Move itself works fine. In shooting games (my main attraction to them) it does seem to lose calibration and 'drift' over time...but it's an overall minor annoyance; it does break the illusion, but doesn't kill the fun. I am using mine with a projector screen...so I am not sure if that environment / setup would affect it at all.
The catalog of game to really checkout, at least in my opinion / findings...is as follows:
Firstly...before even the "numbers" -- if you want to play shooting games...get the Sharp Shooter gun attachment. I'm not sure how many games "fully" utilize it, but it does work great for a number of games I'll name below. Also, the Navigation Controller did enhance the experience significantly in certain games as well.
1) Heavy Rain. I'm actually really sad that Beyond: Two Souls didn't support the Move...as Heavy Rain was a wonderfully natural fit for what it asked you to do. Likely the best Move integration in a game I've had. I actually didn't even try "Beyond: Two Souls" since I felt it was such an oversight to not have it.
2) Dead Space: Extraction. This was a great unexpected surprise for me. It's still an "on the rails" shooter...but it actually has a decent story -- and playing with a friend is an absolute blast. My friend and I were completely surprised, and I am excited to play through it again soon.
3) House of the Dead OVERKILL. It's cheesy, campy...and plenty crude. But it's also a whole lot of fun. Grab a friend, and you'll be laughing away. This is likely the one that friends and I first reach for, as it's just straight-through fun...even if it isn't the most engaging of story lines -- you play it for the shooting. ;)
4) Child of Eden. I can't say that I've finished this game, or jumped into it every spare chance I get...but it's quite an audio-visual experience. If you have a nice sound system and a decent TV, turn out the lights and you'll be treated with quite a different experience.
5) The Shoot. Another really fun co-op game. Sadly, you have to finish a stage before it is unlocked as "co-op"...don't know why they did that...but once you have them cleared (hopefully ahead of time), it is really fun to play with friends.
I have others that I have bought, but haven't played yet: Killzone 3 (one of the few games that fully utilizes the Sharp Shooter), etc ... but I can say that the investment in the Move is well worth the fun-factor.
Especially if you've ever enjoyed arcade shooters...this accessory will be great fun for you.
Accurately tracks your every movement. Precisely tracks both fast and subtle movements
Sphere's light provides visual feedback during gameplay
Vibration feedback is felt during specific actions
Pair with navigation controller (sold separately) in compatible games
Charge the controller and automatically pair with the PS3 system via a USB cable