Sony PlayStation Move Motion Controller - Twin Pack £49.99 Instore @ Tesco
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Sony PlayStation Move Motion Controller - Twin Pack £49.99 Instore @ Tesco

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LocalFound 5th Sep 2017
Spotted in Fforestfach, Swansea.

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Enhance your PlayStation®VR experience with the PlayStation®Move motion controller. Incredibly easy to use, motion controllers allow you to instantly and intuitively interact with your virtual surroundings in compatible PlayStation®VR games. Each controller comes with a wrist strap for safety and comfort, plus a mini USB cable for connecting and charging.Ergonomic, intuitive design: Thanks to a lightweight design, built-in vibration function and sphere that’s tracked by the PlayStation®Camera as you move, the controller acts and feels like an extension of your own hand, allowing you to intuitively interact with a game’s virtual environment. Take total control: On top of its motion-sensing capabilities, the controller features easy-touse button controls – including a large, dedicated trigger and the familiar DUALSHOCK®4 PS and action buttons. Wide variety of compatible PlayStation®VR games: Combine PlayStation®VR with the motion controller for truly unique experiences once you slip on the headset, motion controllers in your hands can become anything, from guns and pool cues to your own virtual hands. Works with: PlayStation®VR – put yourself at the centre of the game and explore extraordinary worlds in a way you’ve never experienced before. For total immersion, interact with virtual environments using a PlayStation®Move motion controller or DUALSHOCK®4 wireless controller. PlayStation®Camera – integral to the PlayStation®VR experience, the camera tracks the VR headset,PlayStation®Move or DUALSHOCK®4 wireless controller to heighten your sense of presence. It also unlocks PS4™ features like voice controls, facial recognition and picture-in- picture video editing and broadcasting.

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Still remember a few years ago when these were ten quid each and shops couldn't even shift them
adrianchan198117 m ago

Still remember a few years ago when these were ten quid each and shops …Still remember a few years ago when these were ten quid each and shops couldn't even shift them

That might have been the PS3 dual shock 3 ones I doubt it were these ones
Nice design
bestbuy12321 m ago

That might have been the PS3 dual shock 3 ones I doubt it were these ones


I could be wrong, because I've never looked into it closely, but my impression was that the Move hardware hasn't changed at all, and the PS3 move controllers are what is used with the PS4 VR (albeit with a new camera). That Sony are branding the more recently manufactured ones as 'Dual-Shock 4' is probably just that... branding (and to create the association with the PS4). At least that's what I thought.
adrianchan198141 m ago

Still remember a few years ago when these were ten quid each and shops …Still remember a few years ago when these were ten quid each and shops couldn't even shift them

You're right. I picked up my second for £10 when the move flopped. They're the same ones that were used with PS3 Move.
These never included a Dualshock motor, not on Ps3 or ps4, and they're both the same, same Ps3 usb connector for charging.
adrianchan19811 h, 57 m ago

Still remember a few years ago when these were ten quid each and shops …Still remember a few years ago when these were ten quid each and shops couldn't even shift them


Yeah, after PlayStation Move flopped all the controllers and camera could be had for a pittance, people couldn't give them away. I guess when PSVR suffers the same fate it will happen again.
bestbuy1231 h, 57 m ago

That might have been the PS3 dual shock 3 ones I doubt it were these ones



Nope he is right. For years the move controllers where dirt cheap in the likes of GAME and CEX. I bought a few when the PSVR was announced from CEX for £8 each. Once PSVR did release and I didn't plan on getting one at the time. I sold them for around £30 each.
bestbuy12313 h, 53 m ago

That might have been the PS3 dual shock 3 ones I doubt it were these ones




They're the same.
David235th Sep

Yeah, after PlayStation Move flopped all the controllers and camera could …Yeah, after PlayStation Move flopped all the controllers and camera could be had for a pittance, people couldn't give them away. I guess when PSVR suffers the same fate it will happen again.


What makes you think it will? I purchased a PS VR and so far it surpassed my expectations by far.
Oh and these are now showing at £69.99 @ Tesco
Edited by: "Waynehiden" 9th Sep 2017
Waynehiden4 h, 22 m ago

What makes you think it will? I purchased a PS VR and so far it surpassed …What makes you think it will? I purchased a PS VR and so far it surpassed my expectations by far. Oh and these are now showing at £69.99 @ Tesco


Of course it has its fans but it hasn't sold anywhere near expectations and had mass market adoption. Also the resolution has been somewhat disappointing, the quality when using a standard PS4 is not great and the biggest problem is that AAA dedicated VR games are still not out there. It seems to be following the same path as motion controllers and 3D gaming. Lots of hype and it tails off.

Even MS are holding back doing a VR headset for the XB1X because they don't know if it's still going be a thing in 2 years time.
Edited by: "David23" 9th Sep 2017
Saw a set of these for the same price last night Tesco Pitsea
bestbuy1235th Sep

That might have been the PS3 dual shock 3 ones I doubt it were these ones


They are the same
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