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MAG is Move compatible. Many claim that the Move is the only way to go with the game. One major advantage is that when you're using the Move, the game eliminates or radically diminshes gun recoil. Also, it's easier to aim anywhere within your field of vision as you don't have to turn your character. But I suck at aiming with the Move, and I get tried of holding the damn thing in the air for an half hour long Domination game.
I found Tumble to be a surprisingly fun little game, worth $10 or whatever. I tried Heavy Rain with the Move patch, and that seems brilliant. I'm just not willing to replay the entire game. But if you haven't tried it, do yourself a favor and go rent it now. Incredibly innovative game. Or if you're flush with cash, go buy it and help support experimentation in the world of major game release.
Sorcery is a must for me. I love the fight! Great workout and very enjoyable. The reviews got it wrong. The dart game is spot on as well. Great for the family. Yes Tumble was a surprise for me as well. The light puzzles are fun. I still cant do some of the challenge levels yet lol Innovative titles are what I would like to see. Tumble was great but I cant wait to see something that makes me run to the bank and pre-order.
Killzone 3 with the sharpshooter is going to be crazy! Check it out http://blog.us.playstation.com/2010/12/16/killzone.....p-shooter/
I dont really take move too serious...and i honestly use the controller if the move game supports it.
It's isnt the best game but i find it to be fun and it was the first move game I bought, Kung Fu Riders. Gamestop has/had a sale where everything Move related had a big price cut. I recently picked up Playstation Move Heroes for 10 bucks and that was worth it. Heavy Rain is a game that is "Perfect" for Move support.
Speaking of Move, here's a free code on Amazon for a Free Move game when you buy Select Move Titles.
O yea there is another code for a free PS Move game when you buy a PS Move game off Amazon. There is a select choices though http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html/?docId=1000715331
beastxjason, you have good taste!
There are several high profile PS3 Move Games coming out in 2012. Sorcery is just one of them! I fully expect the Move technology to be more developed over time.
Check out the list of Playstation Move Games for 2012.
I recently dusted off the old move controllers 2 weeks ago in order to kill time until i picked up the latest Yakuza game.
First i played Sackboys Prehistoric Adventure for the first time....its hard playing alone. I had to tie my move controller to the Dual Shock with a rubberband and control 2 things simultaneously.
After i beat that, i deleted it from the HDD and i continued playing Kung Fu Riders. This games is fun and i like it a lot.
I was going to play move heroes but it had a 5gb install....and the reason i was playing certain games was to remove the install files so i could have room for Yakuza.
picked up Everybody Dance the other day.. 2 for $30 also Deadmund's Quest. Don't expect much from Deadmund's Quest but I do love that demo for Everybody Dance it's just way too short. I'd rather they have given me two full songs rather than 4 partial songs.. i mean come on demo properly please.
Moot now that I officially own the disc. Moving to a new place should have some proper room might have to buy a longer than 2 ft HDMI cable but I think I can make it actually work now.
you know I'm moving and I found the Blob 2... bought it.. for like $7 and apparenetly forgot i bought it. i LOVE my backlog it's like a treasure trope. I tried Shoot demo and it looks terrible as in bad. I got a House of the Dead game for some decent lightgun action and House of the Dead for aspirational purchasing. Re3 I got. Deadmund I got. Sports Champions sounds fun but I don't think I'll ever get around to picking it up.
Far as I'm concerned MOVE is D.E.A.D. DEAD!
What has even come out for the thing in liike 5months?
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