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#1
You may as well have just updated your previous thread:

PlayStation Navigation Controller £27:85 & PlayStation Move Motion (single) controller £37:85 @ shopto.net


PS. Some discussion of the motion controller input methods from each of the three major home video games console/entertainment systems:

Kinect Technical Specifications made public (comparison to PlayStation Move & Wii Remote controllers)

BFN,

fp.
1 Like #2
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nintendo-Wii-Remote-Controller/dp/B000IMWK2G
£18

http://www.homeofpoi.com/shop/productDetails/Single-MultiColor-LED-Glow-Ball-with-Attachment-Ring
£5.42

and voila you have a cheap and less nasty attempt at playing catch up on the world of console motion controllers
#3
andyfisher100
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nintendo-Wii-Remote-Controller/dp/B000IMWK2G
£18

http://www.homeofpoi.com/shop/productDetails/Single-MultiColor-LED-Glow-Ball-with-Attachment-Ring
£5.42

and voila you have a cheap and less nasty attempt at playing catch up on the world of console motion controllers


Words fail me.
#4
andyfisher100
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nintendo-Wii-Remote-Controller/dp/B000IMWK2G
£18

http://www.homeofpoi.com/shop/productDetails/Single-MultiColor-LED-Glow-Ball-with-Attachment-Ring
£5.42

and voila you have a cheap and less nasty attempt at playing catch up on the world of console motion controllers



So you really had nothing better to do than spend your time searching websites to find links to troll with?

Anyway back to the grown up stuff, good prices.
banned 1 Like #5
TBH I think sony will fail with this "Inovation". Most PS3 users are far too manly to wave around a girly flourescant wand. They are too busy playing CODMW2. Motion control is for casual gamers and they all have Wii's. I am amazed at the short sightedness of sony in creating a product that looks more at home in Ann Summers
#6
actually, I think this will sell well to people who want a single gadget and not a PS3 + Wii

I like the idea and with the right piece of software, I will buy the motion controller. There are a number of PS3 owners who have no interest in COD and its clones as these tend to be dominated by 12 year old kids with little better to do.
#7
Fantastic price! I'm tempted to order but I will wait a little while first, I'll see what's cheapest at the beginning of September. But still, I can't see it getting much better than this. Hot!
#8
Pachi
TBH I think sony will fail with this "Inovation". Most PS3 users are far too manly to wave around a girly flourescant wand. They are too busy playing CODMW2. Motion control is for casual gamers and they all have Wii's. I am amazed at the short sightedness of sony in creating a product that looks more at home in Ann Summers


Remember, the games will make or break this new wave of motion-controlled gaming. As far as E3 is concerned, there's a pretty damn sweet lineup of PS3 motion games upcoming with support from tons of A+ developers. I think quite a lot of PS3 owners will buy it for these upcoming games. Wii doesn't even compare.
#9
Good price! :)

I too am concerned about Sony's motion control take on gaming. Going to wait and see how it goes first.

So what are some noteworthy confirmed 'Move' games?
1 Like #10
Pachi
TBH I think sony will fail with this "Inovation". Most PS3 users are far too manly to wave around a girly flourescant wand. They are too busy playing CODMW2. Motion control is for casual gamers and they all have Wii's. I am amazed at the short sightedness of sony in creating a product that looks more at home in Ann Summers


WaxMechaniK
Good price! :)

I too am concerned about Sony's motion control take on gaming. Going to wait and see how it goes first.

So what are some noteworthy confirmed 'Move' games?


The "vibration" feature of the controllers may prove useful feedback within the Playstation Move-supported titles I am looking forward to:

"The Fight" (or "The Fight: Lights Out", previous known as "Motion Fighters" & "Dukes")

"Resident Evil 5: Alternative Edition" (retrospectively patched)

"Pain" (patched)

"LittleBigPlanet" (patched)

"SOCOM[:U.S. Navy SEALs] 4" (or "SOCOM: Special Forces")

"Killzone 3"

"The Sly [HD] Collection"

"Time Crisis: Razing Storm" (including the arcade version of "Time Crisis 4" & a new title, "Deadstorm Pirates")

(I found the new GunCon 3 peripheral too heavy to play for a prolonged period in "Time Crisis 4" & the fact that separate gun devices could not be purchased outside of Japan made the two-player game less than fun. Setting up the light sensors every time somebody wanted to play was also tiresome. With the PlayStation Move controllers I think those issues will be addressed. I sold my "Time Crisis 4" [for profit!] last month as well. The buyer re-sold them again a few weeks later. Maybe they found similar problem[s]).


Also on my (& my kids') 'watch' list are:

"Ape Escape [PS3]"
"Heroes on the Move"
"Kung Fu Rider" (previously known as "Slider")
"LittleBigPlanet 2"
"Michael Jackson: The Game"
"Sesame Street" (title to be confirmed)
"SingStar Dance"
"Sorcery"
"Sports Champions"
"The Shoot"
"Tron: Evolution"
"TV Superstars"
"Toy Story 3: The Video Game"

BFN,

fp.
#11
Thanks OP , going to order asap . if anyone wants to see a good clip check this out , its Jason Bradbury from the Gadget Show playtesting it and he is very impressed .

http://fwd.five.tv/profiles/Jason_Bradbury/gaming/playstation-move-first-play
#12
andyfisher100
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nintendo-Wii-Remote-Controller/dp/B000IMWK2G
£18

http://www.homeofpoi.com/shop/productDetails/Single-MultiColor-LED-Glow-Ball-with-Attachment-Ring
£5.42

and voila you have a cheap and less nasty attempt at playing catch up on the world of console motion controllers



have you ever considered that many ps3 owners don't own wiis??
#13
Cheers for the heads up, just pre-ordered. Shame I couldn't find any games ready for pre-order yet.
#14
:whistling:
good offer,but i am only interested in sony brand.
1 Like #15
To be honest - by the time you have bought 2 sets of these to play together, or heaven forbid 4 sets - it would be far cheaper and probably more fun to just buy a wii and some extra controllers, and play games that have been designed for it, rather than shoe-horned in ...

Not that i'm advocating this - I sold my Wii within 3 months of buying it - just not my bag. But each to their own.
#16
Still need the PS Eye to go with this
#17
MinerWilly
Thanks OP , going to order asap . if anyone wants to see a good clip check this out , its Jason Bradbury from the Gadget Show playtesting it and he is very impressed .

http://fwd.five.tv/profiles/Jason_Bradbury/gaming/playstation-move-first-play


That isn't a good recommendation in my opinion, but thanks for the link :)

Macdory
To be honest - by the time you have bought 2 sets of these to play together, or heaven forbid 4 sets - it would be far cheaper and probably more fun to just buy a wii and some extra controllers, and play games that have been designed for it, rather than shoe-horned in ...

Not that i'm advocating this - I sold my Wii within 3 months of buying it - just not my bag. But each to their own.


Many of the titles I mentioned above (that is not a complete list) are being developed primarily for the PlayStation Move technology (with optional SIXAXIS/DUALSHOCK 3 controller support).

The "shoe-horning" is only on existing titles (some of which I mentioned above).

paulbrannan
Still need the PS Eye to go with this


FY(Eye):
Buy Playstation Eye Camera EyeCreate Or PS3 Official Wireless Keypad & Receive Lego Batman PS3 For Free @ MyMemory.com

Although there is a bundle of a PlayStation Move controller & a PlayStation Eye available (to pre-order).

BFN,

fp.
#18
Pachi
TBH I think sony will fail with this "Inovation". Most PS3 users are far too manly to wave around a girly flourescant wand. They are too busy playing CODMW2. Motion control is for casual gamers and they all have Wii's. I am amazed at the short sightedness of sony in creating a product that looks more at home in Ann Summers


I have to disagree... I personally can't wait for this!
#19
is there a way i can preorder two move controllers?
#20
people should watch the zero punctuations review of e3 2010
#21
People

you can get a second hand PS3 Eye for £12 from [url]www.cex.co.uk[/url]

saves you a few bob.
banned#22
Out of all these motion controller games, the only ones that seem to look like fun are the Dance game for Kinect and the fitness game for Kinect.

Only mapping what one hand is doing doesn't seem like much of a step on from the Wii, which is great for catching dust but little else.
#23
£50 per person! Jesus, as if the PS3 wasn't expensive enough.

Hey everyone, spend another £200 to get your family involved in all the shovelware goodness!

I'd vote cold purely based on this being the most unimaginative piece of hardware this generation, but I won't.

Plus it looks like a frickin roll on deodorant.

:w00t:
1 Like #24
homerj1977
£50 per person! Jesus, as if the PS3 wasn't expensive enough.

Hey everyone, spend another £200 to get your family involved in all the shovelware goodness!

I'd vote cold purely based on this being the most unimaginative piece of hardware this generation, but I won't.

Plus it looks like a frickin roll on deodorant.

:w00t:


its not 50 pounds person.. it's 31 pounds because you can quite easily use the dualshock as the navi-controller plus the games aren't shovelware because sony is aiming to incorporate move into their triple AAA/major titles, eg:

heavy rain
killzone 3
socom
gran turismo
resident evil
little big planet 2
tiger woods golf
disney tron
lord of the rings
nba 2k11
sorcery
heroes on the move
ape escape
mlb the show
banned#25
just a reminder, in order to play all of the launch games you'll need two rmotes, a playsation eye camera and the navigation controller. wii knockoffs are an expensive business

not that you'd want to play the launch games. they're all crappy gangsta versions of the minigames from wii sports

sony are also retconning all their old games to use move as well seeing as the move specific games are so ****
#26
School's finished then.. :(
#27
anh_duong
its not 50 pounds person.. it's 31 pounds because you can quite easily use the dualshock as the navi-controller plus the games aren't shovelware because sony is aiming to incorporate move into their triple AAA/major titles, eg:

heavy rain
killzone 3
socom
gran turismo
resident evil
little big planet 2
tiger woods golf
disney tron
lord of the rings
nba 2k11
sorcery
heroes on the move
ape escape
mlb the show


Are you saying hold the dualshock controller in one hand and the motion control in the other? :?

I'm sure there will be some good games (there are on the Wii) but the whole reason Sony and Microsoft are doing this is to get in on the Wii shovelware gravy train!

It's a shame, and I'll do my best to ignore them like I do with me Wii. At least Kinect shows some innovation though.
#28
harry4000uk
just a reminder, in order to play all of the launch games you'll need two rmotes, a playsation eye camera and the navigation controller. wii knockoffs are an expensive business

not that you'd want to play the launch games. they're all crappy gangsta versions of the minigames from wii sports

sony are also retconning all their old games to use move as well seeing as the move specific games are so ****


that isn't true.. firstly you don't need to buy a navi-contoller and secondly you don't need to buy two rmotes

have you read any on the previews on the ps3 move launch games?? some of them have pretty good previews..

"Although there's still plenty more to Sports Champions, what I did experience was enjoyable. This could be one of the best games to introduce newcomers to the PlayStation Move hardware, but we'll find out for sure when the game launches this fall."

http://uk.ps3.ign.com/articles/109/1096899p1.html

"Still, the moment that sold me on the scheme was when we were pinned down by the enemy and my screen was covered in my own blood. Huddled against a car, my team whittled the bad guys down to just a few. I ordered them to positions by pointing and tapping the D-Pad, but it's crazy how good your team is without you. They will just go out and clean house. Anyway, I popped out of cover, and in the tiny gap between the frame of a far-off car and the road, I could see the ankles of an enemy. In a snap, I pointed the Move and took my shot. It was simple, easy and fast.

This is what I wanted Resident Evil 4 on the Wii to be. It's quick and precise. It feels like a real control scheme and not a gimmick"

http://uk.ps3.ign.com/articles/109/1096893p1.html

homerj1977
Are you saying hold the dualshock controller in one hand and the motion control in the other? :?

I'm sure there will be some good games (there are on the Wii) but the whole reason Sony and Microsoft are doing this is to get in on the Wii shovelware gravy train!

It's a shame, and I'll do my best to ignore them like I do with me Wii. At least Kinect shows some innovation though.


yes i am.. i have no problems holding the dualshock in one hand.. the dual shock is quite small.. don't believe me just pick one up and try it yourself. i expect to play a lot of the move games sitting down and sitting down i find holding the controller with one hand especially easy.. give it a go and you will see what i mean..


anyways, i am out of this thread.. thanks to the op (+rep) for pointing this deal out.
#29
harry4000uk
just a reminder, in order to play all of the launch games you'll need two rmotes, a playsation eye camera and the navigation controller. wii knockoffs are an expensive business

not that you'd want to play the launch games. they're all crappy gangsta versions of the minigames from wii sports

sony are also retconning all their old games to use move as well seeing as the move specific games are so ****


Why would you need two Move controllers & one Sub-controller for a one-player game?

PS. "Wii knockoffs" should be seen as a complement to Nintendo as well as bringing progression to the industry, but continue with your negativity if you cannot find any words that are not replaced by asterisks.

BFN,

fp.
#30
anh_duong
its not 50 pounds person.. it's 31 pounds because you can quite easily use the dualshock as the navi-controller

Most people don't have 3 hands.

plus the games aren't shovelware because sony is aiming to incorporate move into their triple AAA/major titles, eg:

heavy rain
killzone 3
socom
gran turismo
resident evil
little big planet 2
tiger woods golf
disney tron
lord of the rings
nba 2k11
sorcery
heroes on the move
ape escape
mlb the show


The list above is precisely what is meant by shovelware.

Ask yourself; What are the above games:
a) new games designed from inception to harness the power of these new controllers.
or
b) existing franchises retrofitted to accomodate the latest gimmicky controllers.

It's shameful that both Microsoft and Sony have attempted to jump onto the Wii bandwagon; a bandwagon that long-ago lost it's appeal for many gamers.

Where has the originality gone :x
banned#31
FilthAndFurry
Out of all these motion controller games, the only ones that seem to look like fun are the Dance game for Kinect and the fitness game for Kinect.

Only mapping what one hand is doing doesn't seem like much of a step on from the Wii, which is great for catching dust but little else.


That's because you're an xbox fanboy:whistling:
You do know that you can only play Kinect with two people, right?:oops:
#32
You can't blame Sony for wanting to bring motion sensing technology to the PS3, as are Microsoft. Look how many Wiis have sold purely because of the motion controllers. Nintendo have a very limited platform with the Wii, so Sony have come in with arguably the best set up. People who say just 'buy a Wii instead' are missing the point. A lot of people don't want to buy another system completely.
Just read IGN's views about the Move, they sound very positive.:-
http://uk.ps3.ign.com/articles/109/1096921p1.html
banned#33
sennasnit
That's because you're an xbox fanboy:whistling:
You do know that you can only play Kinect with two people, right?:oops:


Motion control is a decent idea, but the idea of just mapping what one arm is doing is a bit limited. That's the problem with the Wii and the PS3 seems to be an extension of that.

Kinect actually looks like being a decent implementation because it can map your whole body, so dancing games actually make sense, as do fitness games.

That doesn't make me a fanboy.
#34
I wish the word 'fanboy' had never been invented....:whistling:
#35
Motion control is one step to far in my opinion towards actually killing someone. Computer games already lead to violence; what next haptic feedback where you can feel yourself crushing an old woman's brain box in whilst you kick her in the tuppence? How long until real kids are doing this on real streets to real people?
banned#36
anh_duong
that isn't true.. firstly you don't need to buy a navi-contoller and secondly you don't need to buy two rmotes

have you read any on the previews on the ps3 move launch games?? some of them have pretty good previews..

"Although there's still plenty more to Sports Champions, what I did experience was enjoyable. This could be one of the best games to introduce newcomers to the PlayStation Move hardware, but we'll find out for sure when the game launches this fall."

http://uk.ps3.ign.com/articles/109/1096899p1.html

"Still, the moment that sold me on the scheme was when we were pinned down by the enemy and my screen was covered in my own blood. Huddled against a car, my team whittled the bad guys down to just a few. I ordered them to positions by pointing and tapping the D-Pad, but it's crazy how good your team is without you. They will just go out and clean house. Anyway, I popped out of cover, and in the tiny gap between the frame of a far-off car and the road, I could see the ankles of an enemy. In a snap, I pointed the Move and took my shot. It was simple, easy and fast.

This is what I wanted Resident Evil 4 on the Wii to be. It's quick and precise. It feels like a real control scheme and not a gimmick"

http://uk.ps3.ign.com/articles/109/1096893p1.html



yes i am.. i have no problems holding the dualshock in one hand.. the dual shock is quite small.. don't believe me just pick one up and try it yourself. i expect to play a lot of the move games sitting down and sitting down i find holding the controller with one hand especially easy.. give it a go and you will see what i mean..


anyways, i am out of this thread.. thanks to the op (+rep) for pointing this deal out.


protip: when working as a salesmen of cheap wii knockoffs from sony do your research

the navigation controller is about as necessary as the nunchuck on the wii, it is required for a lot of the games (possibly most of them). you also need two move controllers for some of the games (such as the fighting game)

and yes i have read previews of sony's expensive and pretty blatant wii remote knockoff, and they make it sound ****. who is honestly retarded anough to spend all that money to play a bunch of minigame collections you can already get on the wii?

oh yeah, you can play shooters with pointer controls now too as well as a harry potter game without the license. good times.
#37
harry4000uk
protip: when working as a salesmen of cheap wii knockoffs from sony do your research

the navigation controller is about as necessary as the nunchuck on the wii, it is required for a lot of the games (possibly most of them). you also need two move controllers for some of the games (such as the fighting game)

and yes i have read previews of sony's expensive and pretty blatant wii remote knockoff, and they make it sound ****. who is honestly retarded anough to spend all that money to play a bunch of minigame collections you can already get on the wii?

oh yeah, you can play shooters with pointer controls now too as well as a harry potter game without the license. good times.


how ironic that you didn't know that there are currently no sony move title that absolutely needs two move controllers (even the fighting game)... please do some proper research before you tell people to do some research.. and the navi-controller is exactly half the functionality of a dualshock controller.. why do i have to deal with stupid people???

"No, it is exactly the left "hand" of the DualShock. And it's not necessary. You can always use the DualShock instead of the sub-controller. " - R&D Manager of Special Projects Sony and Move, Dr Richard Marks



http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-playstation-move-tech-interview?page=2

so you read some previews ha?? i guess reading isn't your forte

now what was that protip again??? lol.. :whistling:
#38
sennasnit
That's because you're an xbox fanboy:whistling:
You do know that you can only play Kinect with two people, right?:oops:


Has that been confirmed or are you basing it on what Play.com have published 5 months before release? :thumbsup:
#39
Scrat
I wish the word 'fanboy' had never been invented....:whistling:


"Bigot" kept being read as going off topic in a large way, so a new word was needed.

BFN,

fp.
#40
I think this expired, showing £31.85

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