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They should lower the price to £25,Not so sure if i will buy it anymore.
I expected it to be around the £25 mark. £35 - £40 is a bit much. I think they are all charging silly pre-order prices as not many places sell it yet and as soon as its out and everyone starts selling it cheaper, price will come down. Hopefully.
It might get heavy for young kids under 8 But not the 16+ that play the shooter titles.
( paint ball, air rifles and power tools are going to way more than this Item. )
and you have the shoulder extension that takes what little weight there is on to an extra contact point.
Wont be a problem for average PS3 owner. Killzone 3 can't take longer than 1 hour theres time limits built in.
( socom and killzone wont have custom rooms at the start. allowing all server power/space to go to supplying a faster network. )
If current reviews are correct Move is to GOOD to be allowed with DS3 users. They have split the user base.
but even if it doesn't weigh much, think about trying to use it as a sniper after 1 hour of play. your arms will be shaking a little no matter what. or? am thinking about picking it, will write back what i think (if i remember!)
Really?? Weight?? You're kidding me!
Doubt it's gonna be an issue, you're using two hands to hold a piece of plastic!
Well... 3 separate pieces of plastic (one with a glowing ball) all clipped together
it is just a piece of plastic, why pay so much for it? you can buy wiimote plastic guns case for £1 in the pound shop, expect to see similar thing with the ps move.
Because theres no other gun attachment around that incorporates everything an fps gamer needs. Until there is, people will have to buy it if they want a decent gun attachment. There are similar attachments that make use of the 2 controllers but none of them have the extra buttons on the gun that are needed in most fps games without awkwardly having to reach the motion controller buttons.
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