on 14-07-2011 03:52 PM
What the f*** there was hardly anything announced at e3??!
Well they annouced the Move bundle for Resistance 3, NBA 2K12 would use the Move, then they announced Medievil Move: Deadmunds Quest would use Move. Then they showed a movie of "up coming" Move games, one looked like a Spiderman game. Then they showed Infamous 2 & LBP 2 would use Move with a future patch.
Then they had the bloke who is behind Bioshock Infinite and he said he was going to put Move into his game, Then they showed of the new Star Trek game, which again will use Move.
I'm really looking forward to the Trek game big time......and i agree, the move is only 10 months old so i fail to understand why its a failure, at this stage game developers will still have Move games in production after only 10 month after the product has been released....so I'm scratching my head at this whole "Its a failure" frenzy some seem to be going through.......I'm personally here for the long run, i bought the hardware which was relatively cheap and it does what it says on the tin, and its only going to get better as time goes on and Dev release their move games.
on 14-07-2011 11:07 PM
NBA 2k11 was quite good with Move. As I have said, Top Spin is good with the Move but people can not still stand up for Sony when it comes to The Move. Its got the potential, but the games just aren't there.
You know what, your right. I mean I'm loving the Move games and controllers, as are loads of other people, but the amount of evidence you have brought to this discussion just proves the Move as a peripheral is a failure. /end sarcasm
Sorry for having an opinion.
on 16-07-2011 12:29 PM
hmm, i've counted my Move Compatible games after seeing this thread earlier today and i got 67 Move games.
and the last week i actually bought 5 ... so i really don't understand the whole complaining act going on here.
the 4 games i got last week:
Dangerous Hunts 2011
Dance Dance Revolution New Moves
TRON Evolution (yes , old i know but i just got it now)
Dance On Broadway.
And thats without counting PSN games.
but yeeeessss, there is no games for Move... lol.
on 16-07-2011 01:20 PM
on 17-07-2011 10:31 AM
on 21-07-2011 07:29 AM
on 21-07-2011 08:38 AM
Thing is was the same thing said for the first year to 18 months of the PS3's life? everybody said that the PS3 had no games, it wasnt as good as the Xbox blah blah blah blah and yet now it is an awesome console with loads of AAA titles.
People who are saying that Sony has given up on the Move and that their are no games should really give the thing a chance, look at some of the current crop of Move compatible games like MAG, Killzone 3, R.U.S.E, Echochrome 2, SOCOM, Sports Champions etc. I'm sure out of just that list everybody should find a gem.
on 21-07-2011 08:59 AM
I don't think the thread fails at all.
It's a very valid point of discussion. It seems many people enjoy the Move but the question is not "do you enjoy the Move?". Personally I think it will either fail at worst & at best just not really take off.
If Move games don't sell by the bucket load then the developers would find themselves in a catch 22 situation, do we make top titles for a piece of hardware that does not sell very many games?
This is all speculation but I don't believe the majority of PS3 users prefer to play games in this way. Whether or not it fails completely or just remains as a very niche market I think Sony & MS panicked & reacted to the early Wii success. If the Wii didn't exist I don't think the Move & kinect would either.
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