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Playstation move navigation controller - £4.99 @ Game

£4.99 @ GAME
For anyone that has just purchased a PSVR courtesy of a hotukdeal, like me, this seems to be an awesome price for the navigation move controller. I'm not going to lie, I don't know exactly what it is … Read More
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For anyone that has just purchased a PSVR courtesy of a hotukdeal, like me, this seems to be an awesome price for the navigation move controller. I'm not going to lie, I don't know exactly what it is for compared to the normal move controller but it seems very cheap compared to Amazon and ebay prices!

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#1
Still trying to work out why I need / bought it. This is the official blurb.The wireless and untethered PlayStation Move navigation controller is a must-have for core gamers. This supplementary controller adds directional buttons, an analog stick, and two shoulder buttons into the PlayStation Move's control scheme. Used in most of the PlayStation Move games that require navigating an in-game character, it replicates the control features of the left side of the DUALSHOCK 3 wireless controller into your PlayStation Move experience.
#2
Can you use this for the PSVR? I thought only the main move controllers (the one with the light ball on top) were compatible ?
2 Likes #3
You've wasted your money. While technically the controller will work with VR, there's no real support for it and without a light on it like the other move controllers, tracking will be crap to non existent
#4
magnetman_exe
Can you use this for the PSVR? I thought only the main move controllers (the one with the light ball on top) were compatible ?
You can, but almost no game uses it, most of them uses dual moves.
#5
I'm not sure if these work with PSVR as I think that only works with the move controllers with the light on top.
These function the same as the Wii Nunchucks (albeit wirelessly) with certain games on the PS3.
#6
Yep 0 support for this on the psvr

I still have mine from the PS3 and it's no good
#7
So assume RE 7 won't use them? So I can either cancel or sell them on ebay....
1 Like #8
But agree I'm not mistaking this for a normal move controller.
1 Like #9
what if I stick an led bulb on it?
#10
Bublog
So assume RE 7 won't use them? So I can either cancel or sell them on ebay....

RE7 doesn't support move controllers in VR
#11
Bublog
But agree I'm not mistaking this for a normal move controller.
You better cancel that order as they're worthless
8 Likes #12
OP you might want to try and track down one of these, works really well with PSVR

http://i50.photobucket.com/albums/f318/iammarcoos/AD2796EB-80ED-4D40-9BD1-F22AB69A5EF7_zpsbi1rb7ue.jpg
#13
Not for VR, but I've wanted to grab one of these for a PC project, so thanks X)
#14
AND it's out of stock, as I put it into my basket :(
#15
dead as a door nail tech for psvr only the move controllers are worth
#16
I'm going to navigate away from this deal.
#17
But awesome for all the PS3 owners who want this
#18
Bublog
But awesome for all the PS3 owners who want this
Agreed, shame its out of stock :(
#19
RM1975
Bublog
But awesome for all the PS3 owners who want this
Agreed, shame its out of stock :(
Showing as in stock but back up to £17.70. I'll keep the two I ordered and stick them on ebay, they're selling for over £10 each, and put the money towards the actual move controllers!
1 Like #20
johnthehuman
Not for VR, but I've wanted to grab one of these for a PC project, so thanks X)


I'm curious what is this PC project you speak of :{ ?
#21
UberPark
johnthehuman
Not for VR, but I've wanted to grab one of these for a PC project, so thanks X)
I'm curious what is this PC project you speak of :{ ?

Navigating away from Windows
1 Like #22
Bublog
RM1975
Bublog
But awesome for all the PS3 owners who want this
Agreed, shame its out of stock :(
Showing as in stock but back up to £17.70. I'll keep the two I ordered and stick them on ebay, they're selling for over £10 each, and put the money towards the actual move controllers!
if you get a tenner each on eBay then after fees and postage you might make 75p :D
banned#23
Marcoos
OP you might want to try and track down one of these, works really well with PSVR

http://i50.photobucket.com/albums/f318/iammarcoos/AD2796EB-80ED-4D40-9BD1-F22AB69A5EF7_zpsbi1rb7ue.jpg


is that a milk frother?
2 Likes #24
so302ua
Marcoos
OP you might want to try and track down one of these, works really well with PSVRhttp://i50.photobucket.com/albums/f318/iammarcoos/AD2796EB-80ED-4D40-9BD1-F22AB69A5EF7_zpsbi1rb7ue.jpg
is that a milk frother?

I do believe there is some frothing involved with it
banned#25
Marcoos
so302ua
Marcoos
OP you might want to try and track down one of these, works really well with PSVRhttp://i50.photobucket.com/albums/f318/iammarcoos/AD2796EB-80ED-4D40-9BD1-F22AB69A5EF7_zpsbi1rb7ue.jpg
is that a milk frother?

I do believe there is some frothing involved with it


Full fat or Semi?
#26
Might be possible to use on Google Cardboard VR. If not automatically found by your android device, then the Six-axis app might work (requires rooting though).
1 Like #27
UberPark
johnthehuman
Not for VR, but I've wanted to grab one of these for a PC project, so thanks X)
I'm curious what is this PC project you speak of :{ ?

I use mine with SCP Toolkit (to provide Windows drivers) and XPadder to remap the analog stick to WASD so I can use it as a one handed controller with a mouse. I find WASD gives me hand cramps and RSI whereas controllers do not.
#28
CEX sell these for £4 and probably have a gazillion of them although they have no use in PSVR. (only full size move controllers are supported)
#29
rossysaurus
UberPark
johnthehuman
Not for VR, but I've wanted to grab one of these for a PC project, so thanks X)
I'm curious what is this PC project you speak of :{ ?
I use mine with SCP Toolkit (to provide Windows drivers) and XPadder to remap the analog stick to WASD so I can use it as a one handed controller with a mouse. I find WASD gives me hand cramps and RSI whereas controllers do not.

Similar to that yeah, used a Wii Nunchuk for movement before with GlovePie, but want to try it with the Navigation controller since there's more buttons available :D

Reloading by shaking the Nunchuk horizontally is quite satisfying, or meleeing with one swift strike downwards for example.
#30
johnthehuman
rossysaurus
UberPark
johnthehuman
Not for VR, but I've wanted to grab one of these for a PC project, so thanks X)
I'm curious what is this PC project you speak of :{ ?
I use mine with SCP Toolkit (to provide Windows drivers) and XPadder to remap the analog stick to WASD so I can use it as a one handed controller with a mouse. I find WASD gives me hand cramps and RSI whereas controllers do not.
Similar to that yeah, used a Wii Nunchuk for movement before with GlovePie, but want to try it with the Navigation controller since there's more buttons available :D
Reloading by shaking the Nunchuk horizontally is quite satisfying, or meleeing with one swift strike downwards for example.

That sounds awesome! I've got to try that! Thanks for the info and idea, I'll let you know if I get anything working.
#31
I haven't used it for a while, but was talking to a friend who was trying to get used to WASD after console gaming, and it reminded me of this. It was temperamental, it takes a bit of fiddling with the sensitivity to detect movements accurately, but it's worth persevering with it X)
Once you get the movements sorted, it's just a case of assigning them to a keystroke.

I did have a go at getting "lean" assigned to tilting the nunchuk, but i was a step too far for me.


Edited By: johnthehuman on May 12, 2017 15:20

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