Rated 9 out of 10
by BigNiles Way better than the Wii...
I owned the Wii for a long time until my dad saw the PS Move, and said he wanted it. The week PS Move came out, my dad and I watched a review video on YouTube, and made our final decision. We unplugged the Wii took it to GameStop traded it in with all our Wii Games, and got around $100. We bought the Sports Champions bundle, brought it home and set it up. The controller feels so natural in your hand, unlike the brick Wii controller. It's way more responsive and accurate, then the Wii. You can't wrist flick; You have to do the whole motion. That makes it so much more realistic. Overall it's a great product, and the games are less than normal priced PS3 games. Only can is that there isn't any notable games out yet, and the controllers cost really racks up when your buying more than 1.They cost around $50 or $60 each.
Rated 10 out of 10
by Addam #1 Motion-Sensing controller of all time. AAA+
I bought my first Motion controller from Wal-mart and EyePet weeks ago and it was awesome. I'm planning to buy a big bundle from GameStop and games for it. I give this controller a AAA+. Enjoy playing with it because it is better than Wii controllers.
Rated 9 out of 10 by EyeGuy Move Will Beat Out Wii and Kinect
I bought 2 Move controllers and Sports Champions to try it out. I must say the Move is better than I had hoped and puts the Wii controller to shame with respect to accuracy, ergonomics, and potential. The price is a bit much since anyone with a family will likely want 4 controllers, but that brings it to only $50 more than buying an XBox Kinect. From what I have read and heard, I don't think the Kinect will be accurate enough and will require more peripherals to branch into hardcore gaming. I found ping pong to be amazingly accurate, especially having played real ping pong a lot in the past. This is thanks to well-made accelerometers and a gyroscope in the Move, which the Wii Motion Plus fails to match. Oh, and the HD graphics put the Wii to shame! Mark my words...PS3 Move will win the war of the motion controllers! Now if only better games for it would come out, but that will come with time. Also, I own all 3 systems and I don't own any stock, so no bias here...just my honest analysis!
Rated 0 out of 10 by SonyMan Nothing Like wii or Xbox Understand the facts!
The PS move is almost nothing like the Kinect or Wii. the Move looks at you with the eye in a 3D perspecrtive. this way it sees the ball ontop of the move controller as a point in space and see it even if it is not pointed at the screen. the Wii uses a lazer in the front of the corntroller so the senser bar only sees the controller when it is looking right at the screen (or wherever the bar is). And sony didnt steal the motion sensor it was actually there idea that they developed through the eye toy. if anything the wii stole motion sensing from sony. Now kinekt is kind of cool. it has sensors that look at infa red, scaners, and a sensor that sees your skelatal structure (not like a Xray) so in this way it can pick up your movements without a controller... but this means there is a lot of lag and it isnt pin point acuracy like the move. also there is no way to move in Kinect. so esentually there is just going to be a lot of wii like games with better graphics. Sony on the other hand brodend their reach and have many possibilities... if they play it right.
Rated 0 out of 10 Move Controller
Playstation and Nintendo at one point worked together. When it didn't turn out Playstation made the best move yet and developed and produced the PS2 the number one selling console of all times. Playstation has had the Move controller in development longer then Nintendo Wii so they obviously didn't copy Nintendo. I played with the Wii controllers it doesn't track your movement very good and I found u only have to do a flick of the wrist for the Wii controllers to work. The move is more advanced and incorporates the Playstation Eye and actaully tracks your movements unlike the Wii controller. I will be there to get my Move tomorrow and will be playing Eye Pet tomorrow. The only issue I have is the Eye Pet has been out for a week, but cant play it without the Move which comes out tomorrow. They need to get their act together when it comes to releasing video games that need another controller that isn't even out yet.
Rated 0 out of 10 by FireOptimus A Classic Socom Junky....
I just hope Socom 4 lives up to Socom 1............For those of you posting that have not figured it out, the multicolor light ball on the end is for multiplayer precision. The ball says exactly where you are in space, and what motions the controller is making. this is how they get the precision. Instead of making up facts, stick to actual science. To the rest of you, enjoy the newest in a revolution of gaming devices. It is not, in any way, a copy of the wii remote. Accuracy will be far better. The Wii Remote used infrared for the semi accurate games like resident evil. The Move uses that Eye toy to measure the ball at the end of the controller, and calculates position based on telemetry sent through the servos onboard. I must say that I haven't used the Wii remote since the new accuracy attachment has been created. This might have corrected some of the inaccuracy, but I don't know.
Rated 10 out of 10 Welcome to the next stage in gaming evolution!
The Playstation Move is unbelievably accurate and fun. As you play you learn that it picks up even the slightest movement. For example while playing Ping Pong a slight twist of the wrist will add English to the ball and send it flying in another direction. I did encounter some problems with calibration on a couple of the game demos that came on the bonus disc in the Sports Champions Move bundle. Tiger Woods did not seem to function at all with the Move controller and in TV Superstars after calibrating the cursor just kept moving to the left and would not work correctly. But these are just demos and I'm sure they'll workout the bugs in the final products. It does seem strange that they didn't do enough testing to ensure that the demos would work though. The games that do work are phenomenal. I look forward to titles like The Fight and Tron.
Rated 10 out of 10 by Komplex R.I.P. Wii
I bought Move while my kids were at school and had it ready when they got home. My daughter who is not a big gamer at all fell in love with eye pet while my boys wanted to just battle it out in sports champion. The first thing we noticed was how percise the controls were and my kids fell in love with the HD saying why can't Wii games look this good. My wife even got in on the action and she hates video games which is shocking in itself bc these poor games only bring us joy lol. The games were cheaper than normal ps3 titles and offered the level of engagement my 3 children crave from videogames. While move has pleased my young gamers and made them put the Wii away, I look forward to seeing how well the move will please use more hardcore fans. 2 thumbs up Move goodnight Wii for now until another mario comes.
Rated 9 out of 10 by TruthHurtz I'm loving it
Playstation Move is far from a Wii knock off. The Wii never made me sweat. It tracks your movements very well from playing sport champions so I definitely see what Sony can do with the Move. Just looking forward to The Fight: Light's Out cause that would really show me how hardcore Sony could go with the Move. I just hope after those early released family/casual games that Sony put out for Move, they go back to what made me & probably most other gamers love PS3 in the first place which go back to hardcore gaming. I dont want them to go more casual vs hardcore just because they have the Move. Sony's for the mature & Wii's for our children & casual gamers. They need to bring us back what we all as gamers love which is the hardcore gaming or people would start to really think Move is a Wii knock off.
Rated 9 out of 10 by LevelHeadedGamer Precision Motion Gaming, Controller or No.
Don't listen to the either the 360 or PS3 fanboys, they will say whatever to suit their needs. I have both the 360 AND PS3 and the fact that the start up cost for the PS3 is cheaper and the fact that it has more hardcore games coming out is my main reason for purchasing it. While Kinect is no doubt cool I'd wait to buy it over the Move when either the price goes down, better games come out or you fell like spending $150 on a cool concept. The controllers may be a little spendy but when you actually set it up in your house, sync the controller and have it properly dialed in it is amazing, the control is truly 1-1. While Kinect definitely has it's merits and I'm glad I have it (especially the hands free dashboard with voice chat) if I had to have one over the other it would have to be Move.