on 09-05-2012 07:18 AM
As the subject says: the basic single handed gun attachment but with a move button, below the trigger, just like the Sharpshooter. Why does that not exist? Why was it not the basic design of the attachment in the first place? All it would take is the same electronic design where the Move controller is plugged in through the mini ext. port, just like the Sharpshooter.
And why aren't third-party peripheral makers doing this? My only guess is that Sony has the tech locked down, but I believe some of the third-party Sharpshooter peripherals use them, such as the CTA Digital Assault Rifle with built in "Nav controller" (if I'm incorrect, please correct me).
The move button seems to be used in almost every Move game (Time Crisis, Resident Evil 5, all the FPS games, House Of The Dead), so why isn't this standard?
And if anyone knows of a third-party company that IS selling a single handed controller like this, I'll stand corrected (and gratefully purchase a couple) but so far I've come up short.
on 10-05-2012 06:10 AM
on 10-05-2012 10:04 AM
Oh right right, I get what you mean. (Didn't read original post properly it seems, Derp.)
Sorry, I dont actually use Move much myself, I play Time Crisis occasionally but I have the G-Con 3, which still requires a second hand for anything other than shooting. Though come to think of it, even the original G-Con for PS1 required you to use a second hand to press those buttons on either side of the front end.
You might be outta luck with this request, no accessories to my knowledge seem to offer that.
on 11-05-2012 03:55 AM
SonicHedgie wrote: Though come to think of it, even the original G-Con for PS1 required you to use a second hand to press those buttons on either side of the front end.
That's why I had one of those arcade ones that came with a pedal and had the recoiling top. Trouble was that it was so loud you couldn't hear the TV!
It is rather annoying having to hold the gun with one hand on top to press the Move button though when playing shooting games, ruins it TBH.
on 11-05-2012 08:49 AM
I think it would be good if you could duck behind cover just by tipping the handgun on its side.
On the other hand the whole move controller needs a redesign in my opinion. It's very painful to aim it like a gun if don't have a gun attachment (especially if you're old like me) but even with the Sharpshooter you can't run and jump (left stick + X: Try it).
Makes a good sword or tennis racket though. What a pity the Star Wars game only came out on eggs box. Fancy having to wield a lightsaber holding nothing but air?
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