Im planning to buy a PS3 move, but I was thinking if its worth it. Can you give me a feedback on what you think of the move and what games you love to play with it? I'm a fan of adventure games, so i want the move to be like a sword or whatever, where i can swing it and stuff. I also plan on playing FPS with it, not a fan of FPS, but I think the PS3 Move can make it better.
What games are best played with the PS3 Move?(16 posts)
sorry this prolly wont help you much. i do not like motion gaming that much. the best experiences i had was zelda skyward sword (sword) and metroid prime triology (fps) on the wii...i am sure someone will truly respond to your question and say something about ps3 games ;)
Roy save your money. Sincerely. Unless you got kids who want to play some sports games, or a missus who wants a novelty sex toy, it's just not worth the money mate.
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Well if it is real:
Michael Jackson Experience
Singstar plus Dance
Dead space Extraction
These were all really good with move and fun too.
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Anyway, if anyone is actually interested in a real answer to this, I hate motion control with a passion. In any games where it's an option, I turn it off. I love Heavy Rain, but playing it with the Move only lasted for three minutes before I got too annoyed by the fake gimmickiness of it.
That said, I love light gun games, so the Move my roommate got me is totally worth it, just to play the Resident Evil Chronicles games, the House of the Dead series, the Time Crisis comp, Dead Space: Extraction, etc... So, if you like shooting at your tv, then definitely get one.
Resident Evil 5 is good, took me awhile to get used to controls but it was quicker to aim than using DS3 if you ask me. I traded my move in back in February to buy a new graphics card for my PC.
Get Sport Champions, you'll love frisbee lol.
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I love motion controled games when they're done right. Metroid Corruption, Geometry Galaxies Wii, Skyward Sword, Excite Truck, RE 4 Wii, all of these games were an absolute pleasure to play.
With Move, I tried RE 5, Heavy Rain, Child of Eden, and the Dead Space II rail shooter, and I was amazed at how bad it was. Technically it should be better than Wii in terms of accuracy and whatnot, so I guess the fault lies at the door of the devs for not going all out, or Sony for not pushing it, but however you look at it, it wasn't good.
I might be being a bit harsh on the RE 5 one, as that came last, and all of my patience had already disipated, but there you have it spambot. Spend your spambucks wisely, don't get Move.
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Sports Champions - some really excellent stuff in there with a caveat. I found it very good as a single player experience - much more depth and variety to the gameplay than the Wii Sports games. However for party play and people of varying abilities the Wii games were better. Quite looking forward to the very reasonably priced sequel.
Tumble - nice download title. Jenga like puzzler.
SOCOM - Yeah I know. But single player was great with a move controller. It suited squad control really well and as a shooter controller Move works well where the majority of the encounters are at distance.
Just like the Wii-mote the best use is as a replacement for a lightgun. Get HotD Overkill and Time Crisis 4.
Even No More Heroes ends up coming out worse if you try and play it with Move, theres a really odd dead zone and its no where near as responsive.
Sorcery was tiring to play and half of the motion inputs just never worked.
The best games that i have tried on PS3 are: Killzone 3, Sports Champion, The Fight and Time Crysis.
Sports Champion, House of the Dead: Overkill, Dead Space: Extraction and Child of Eden (!!!).
We have Sorcery too, but...folks...its sucks. The boss fights made me loose more calories than Just Dance 2+3 together.
Oh, completely forgot about Child of Eden. Never played it, but I remembered how big a deal was made of the Kinect version and then...silence...
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Played the demo of Sports Champions 2 last night. Tried Skiing and Tennis.
Continues the trend of SC1 where the game is about depth of control and not just timing of gestures. Very good for single player but you need some well matched people for multiplayer to be enjoyable I expect.
Skiing was quite interesting. Well done with some decent control mechanics.
Tennis was a good adaptation and a continuation in some respects of Table Tennis from the original. I started off very poor and lost the first two games to then twig and win the next three. You have to be quite quick and vigorous to win the points - it would be a good proper work out over a long game. I loved TT in the original and this has a lot of the depth that had, but if you didn't like TT in the original then this is unlikely to change your opinion.
The game is very cheap (£16 on PSN I think) so may well pick this one up too.
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