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Sony PS4 Move Controllers - Twin Pack at Argos Ebay for £59.99
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Sony PS4 Move Controllers - Twin Pack at Argos Ebay for £59.99

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Get today using Free Click and Collect from ArgosA lightweight, ergonomic design features a built-in vibration function and sphere that is accurately tracked by the PlayStation®Camera. Each controller also includes a wrist strap for safety and comfort. Intuitively interact with your game's virtual environment and take full control with a simple button layout, including a large dedicated trigger and familiar DualShock®4 wireless controller action buttons.

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.

General Information:

  • Compatible with USB Micro-B cable for connection and battery charging.
  • Engraved indicators for OPTIONS and SHARE buttons.
  • Small elevated dot on the X button for easy identification when wearing the PlayStation®VR headset.
  • Rechargeable.
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Good price, but don't be surprised if you go back to using a pad instead.

They're just not that good to use for gaming.
tumbleweed3425/08/2019 08:35

Good price, but don't be surprised if you go back to using a pad instead. …Good price, but don't be surprised if you go back to using a pad instead. They're just not that good to use for gaming.


repost btw
BigDave_25/08/2019 08:53


Buy it.
Try it.
Sell it on when you realise it isn't very good.

Still confused?
tumbleweed3425/08/2019 08:57

Buy it. Try it. Sell it on when you realise it isn't very good. Still …Buy it. Try it. Sell it on when you realise it isn't very good. Still confused?


Its part of the experience

There great.
Really good cheaper than Ann Summer's too
Op have you gone through the whole of the Argos site this morning and thought, hmm... What shall I post today, let's post everything.......
MrSwitch25/08/2019 09:19

Op have you gone through the whole of the Argos site this morning and …Op have you gone through the whole of the Argos site this morning and thought, hmm... What shall I post today, let's post everything.......


The Argos catalogue on my tablet; just what I always wanted
MrSwitch25/08/2019 09:19

Op have you gone through the whole of the Argos site this morning and …Op have you gone through the whole of the Argos site this morning and thought, hmm... What shall I post today, let's post everything.......


I've just posted their deals
Vince36025/08/2019 09:33

I've just posted their deals


Fair enough, just a gentle ribbing, as you were
tumbleweed3425/08/2019 08:35

Good price, but don't be surprised if you go back to using a pad instead. …Good price, but don't be surprised if you go back to using a pad instead. They're just not that good to use for gaming.


What flat PS4 games do these work on?

I thought they were for VR only.
They really should have better quality control in regards to design when these were made
irononreverse25/08/2019 10:42

What flat PS4 games do these work on? I thought they were for VR only.


None as far as I know. They're for VR on PS4. They're just not very good at what they do.

They're cumbersome tools which were originally designed for the PS3 and a were a huge flop then.
They were then chosen for use with PSVR. A mistake in my opinion. I feel Sony should've gone for a completely new design.

Some VR games will give you the option of using move controllers or a pad. I'd choose a pad. The PS4 dual shock controllers are great.
If a PSVR game doesn't have a pad option, I'd just buy something else, personally.
tumbleweed3425/08/2019 12:04

None as far as I know. They're for VR on PS4. They're just not very good …None as far as I know. They're for VR on PS4. They're just not very good at what they do. They're cumbersome tools which were originally designed for the PS3 and a were a huge flop then. They were then chosen for use with PSVR. A mistake in my opinion. I feel Sony should've gone for a completely new design. Some VR games will give you the option of using move controllers or a pad. I'd choose a pad. The PS4 dual shock controllers are great. If a PSVR game doesn't have a pad option, I'd just buy something else, personally.



Simply adding analog sticks to them would've made a huge difference. Though the limited tracking of the cacamera is a bigger problem IMO.

That typo that I can't fix because of HUKD's utterly garbage editing feature is quite appropriate I guess :).
Edited by: "copperspock" 25th Aug
tumbleweed3425/08/2019 12:04

None as far as I know. They're for VR on PS4. They're just not very good …None as far as I know. They're for VR on PS4. They're just not very good at what they do. They're cumbersome tools which were originally designed for the PS3 and a were a huge flop then. They were then chosen for use with PSVR. A mistake in my opinion. I feel Sony should've gone for a completely new design. Some VR games will give you the option of using move controllers or a pad. I'd choose a pad. The PS4 dual shock controllers are great. If a PSVR game doesn't have a pad option, I'd just buy something else, personally.


To balance this.

I think they are great and use them all the time.

Beat saber
Blood and truth
Box vr
Creed
Just to name a few are all improved with these.

Different opinions so both totally valid but I certainly wouldn’t dismiss them. I personally think they are a must addition for VR.
carlsaunders1:

To balance this.

I think they are great and use them all the time.

Beat saber
Blood and truth
Box vr
Creed
Just to name a few are all improved with these.

Different opinions so both totally valid but I certainly wouldn’t dismiss them. I personally think they are a must addition for VR.

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Absolutely. It's just my opinion. And I haven't played those games you've listed.

Beat Saber does look very cool, but just not my thing, especially for my limited amount of gaming space. I nearly broke my watch playing Superhot.

Edit- Not sure why the quotation has messed up.
Edited by: "tumbleweed34" 25th Aug
They are £60 on their website anyway if you don't want to go through ebay
carlsaunders125/08/2019 22:17

To balance this. I think they are great and use them all the time. Beat …To balance this. I think they are great and use them all the time. Beat saber Blood and truthBox vr Creed Just to name a few are all improved with these. Different opinions so both totally valid but I certainly wouldn’t dismiss them. I personally think they are a must addition for VR.


Yeah, I can't imagine playing the vast majority of my psvr games without them. Super hot, in death etc using a pad in vr? Crazy waste of immersion. Even those that I've played flat with a controller, like skyrim and no man's sky, I can't imagine not using moves for in vr...they add so much. They're not perfect, but they're definitely functional. And preferable to dual shock. And without them you're simply missing out.
carlsaunders125/08/2019 22:17

To balance this. I think they are great and use them all the time. Beat …To balance this. I think they are great and use them all the time. Beat saber Blood and truthBox vr Creed Just to name a few are all improved with these. Different opinions so both totally valid but I certainly wouldn’t dismiss them. I personally think they are a must addition for VR.


I totally agree, if a game has move support, I always opt to use them. Sprint Vector, Creed, Superhot, Sparc, all fantastic. They take the experience to another level.
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