PS3 Move Controller back in stock @ Tesco (£29.90) (58 clubcard pts) (3% quidco) - HotUKDeals
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Believe this is the cheapest price at the moment, have been waiting for stock for a month now. I eventually purchased elsewhere, hopefully this helps someone else looking for a move controller

Slightly off topic, but can anyone reccommend the move game "Tumble" on PSN? As IGN give it 3.5 and gamespot give it 8.0 - was it patched inbetween reviews or something??
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#1
GREAT ! was waiting ages for this one !
#2
I don't suppose this is available instore is it? Have some clubcard vouchers to use.

Thanks.
#3
Great price, thanks.
#4
KevinM
I don't suppose this is available instore is it? Have some clubcard vouchers to use.Thanks.

It is available instore - same price AFAIK. Depends on the store though as to

a: Whether they stock it (Extras should)
b: Whether they have any stock
#5
Tumbles excellent! Played the demo lots of Xmas.
Shows off the controller well....but Planet Minigolf Rules in our house!
#6
idbroadhurst
Tumbles excellent! Played the demo lots of Xmas.Shows off the controller well....but Planet Minigolf Rules in our house!

Played the demo of planet mini golf - thought it was quite good.

Forgot about the demo for tumble - will check it out - thanks!
#7
great price,been waiting for days for it to come back in stock thanks!
#8
Just picked another one up so we can play 4 player on bowling and snooker
#9
Tumble is excellent it's the most accurate and responsive move title I've played
#10
Thanks :)

I still don't know what they were thinking design wise though!
1 Like #11
I think they got ann summers in to design it
#12
kaiser051
I think they got ann summers in to design it


http://img545.imageshack.us/img545/4607/moverabbit.gif


Edited By: PFC Hudson on Jan 11, 2011 13:13: Edited pic
#13
Thank you
Ordered
#14
It was £25 in Sainsburys when I was there yesterday. Cold.
#15
Electro
It was £25 in Sainsburys when I was there yesterday. Cold.
Sainsbury's Navigation controller is £24.99
Haven't seen any stock of the move controller for ages.....
#16
These are £25 in toys r us...saw them about 1 hour ago in Gloucester. Not marked up as sale or anything
#17
drasim
These are £25 in toys r us...saw them about 1 hour ago in Gloucester. Not marked up as sale or anything


move controller in Toys r US is £32.99 the move navigation controller is £24.99
I think people are getting the two mixed up
#18
spinynorman
Electro
It was £25 in Sainsburys when I was there yesterday. Cold.

Sainsbury's Navigation controller is £24.99
Haven't seen any stock of the move controller for ages.....

No idea what they're called. The controller in the photo here and the controller in the photo on the tesco site is £24.99 in Sainburys at the moment.
#19
Tumble is excellent it's the most accurate and responsive move title I've played

And from the IGN review...
But really, before the game can even get really tedious, players have to deal with the subpar motion controls. Whether it's the way the onscreen cursor becomes constantly misaligned and has to be calibrated or how the camera controls are limited to the point of never solving the game's depth perception issues, everything is a chore in Tumble. Even the physics of the game seem to be off, and the game gets confused by them. If a tower is wobbling, even a little, the game won't let you finish the level. I actually I sat there watching my tower wobble for 10 minutes while the game kept trying to do the three-second countdown to award me my medal, and eventually I had to just quit.

Was shocked by the review TBH as I had only heard good things prior to that
#20
Electro
spinynorman
Electro
It was £25 in Sainsburys when I was there yesterday. Cold.

Sainsbury's Navigation controller is £24.99
Haven't seen any stock of the move controller for ages.....

No idea what they're called. The controller in the photo here and the controller in the photo on the tesco site is £24.99 in Sainburys at the moment.


they do look similar
http://www.sainsburysentertainment.co.uk/en/Games/PS3/Move-Navigation-Controller/product.html?product=E10365804

http://www.sainsburysentertainment.co.uk/en/Games/PS3/Playstation-Move-Controller-Black/product.html?product=E10365238

Edited By: Couchwarrior on Jan 11, 2011 14:18
#21
Couchwarrior
Electro
spinynorman
Electro
It was £25 in Sainsburys when I was there yesterday. Cold.

Sainsbury's Navigation controller is £24.99
Haven't seen any stock of the move controller for ages.....

No idea what they're called. The controller in the photo here and the controller in the photo on the tesco site is £24.99 in Sainburys at the moment.


they do look similar
http://www.sainsburysentertainment.co.uk/en/Games/PS3/Move-Navigation-Controller/product.html?product=E10365804


http://www.sainsburysentertainment.co.uk/en/Games/PS3/Playstation-Move-Controller-Black/product.html?product=E10365238



Definitely the second one.
#22
Johnboy_1975
Tumble is excellent it's the most accurate and responsive move title I've played
And from the IGN review...
But really, before the game can even get really tedious, players have to deal with the subpar motion controls. Whether it's the way the onscreen cursor becomes constantly misaligned and has to be calibrated or how the camera controls are limited to the point of never solving the game's depth perception issues, everything is a chore in Tumble. Even the physics of the game seem to be off, and the game gets confused by them. If a tower is wobbling, even a little, the game won't let you finish the level. I actually I sat there watching my tower wobble for 10 minutes while the game kept trying to do the three-second countdown to award me my medal, and eventually I had to just quit.
Was shocked by the review TBH as I had only heard good things prior to that

ign has reviewed move games abnormally low.. they gave the fight a 3 and time crisis a 4 - much lower than the metacritic score..
#23
Tumble is terrific, its our favourite game so far! It really shows off what the Move can do and how it poos on the Wii and the limited Kinectic. It's pinpoint accurate in every dimension, and brilliant fun on multiplayer.

Same price controller instore at SMYTHS (reserve online) and BEST BUY btw!
#24
I agree I own a few move games sports champions tv superstars the shoot etc and tumble By far is the only game that made me apreciate how accurate and precise the move is
#25
Johnboy_1975
Tumble is excellent it's the most accurate and responsive move title I've played


And from the IGN review...
But really, before the game can even get really tedious, players have to deal with the subpar motion controls. Whether it's the way the onscreen cursor becomes constantly misaligned and has to be calibrated or how the camera controls are limited to the point of never solving the game's depth perception issues, everything is a chore in Tumble. Even the physics of the game seem to be off, and the game gets confused by them. If a tower is wobbling, even a little, the game won't let you finish the level. I actually I sat there watching my tower wobble for 10 minutes while the game kept trying to do the three-second countdown to award me my medal, and eventually I had to just quit.


Was shocked by the review TBH as I had only heard good things prior to that


I know. I'd seen footage of Tumble and thought it was so precise then IGN's review completely contradicted that. Played the demo for myself and IGN is talking BS
#26
Never ever wanted to buy anything from the PSN (as I can usually get it cheaper elsewhere) but I've bought tumble from PSN after me and the OH spent hours playing the multiplayer demo. Trying to make things awkward for eachother. £7.99 is a cracking price for a decent single player puzzler alone.

I'm happy to see the potential for future games with this as the others (sports champions excluded) don't really do it justice.
#27
Damn out of stock online.
1 Like #28
bargainhunter666
Damn out of stock online.

I bought mine from Choices (Cheaper and 5% quidco)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/official-sony-ps3-move-motion-contr/850774
#29
33.90 online now it seems (and now out of stock too)

Edited By: bionicdude on Jan 15, 2011 14:03
#30
Just noticed the price has gone up to £33.90 when they come back in stock so getting one for £30 was great.

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