Sony demos its motion controller, the PlayStation Move

By Matthew
Mar 10, 2010
  1. ansarimikail

    ansarimikail TS Rookie Posts: 40

    I'm sure they could have come up with a more unique design. I mean they could have made it like a glove or something. Looks a bit too mush like the Wii's Nunchuck.
  2. megrawab

    megrawab TS Rookie Posts: 93

    I wanna call it The Bulb and The Switch!... Not far too surpass wii...
  3. DryIce

    DryIce TS Rookie Posts: 60

    Let's hope it works at least as well as the Wii remotes, because it sure doesn't look as good.
  4. Richy2k9

    Richy2k9 TS Enthusiast Posts: 515

    i agree about the design & your idea, but i guess for some patent issues they just could no't. would have been better with some minimalistic device & more muscle power, like with natal, but i've also seen some special stuffs they could do only with a device added. creating virtual objects out of almost anything.
    let's see how it comes out for gaming...

  5. drasho

    drasho TS Rookie Posts: 62

    This will probably be interesting but i dont see motion controller be the next big thing... this will never fit fps or rts... It will be fun to use for fps but it will never work as well as a mouse and keyboard or even a console controller
  6. techsp10

    techsp10 Banned Posts: 37

    I haven't seen that yet that's why I can't relate. But I guess these two products have similarities and I don't think that there is an infringement. I trust these companies...

    Have a nice reading in TechSpot......
  7. Ummm... SOCOM 4 beta? Beta? I think you mean demo, dude.
  8. nayelir

    nayelir TS Rookie

    I love PlayStation but it just seems too similar to Wii. I know they are incorporating more technology and different graphics which are awesome but I'll just have to wait to test it out for myself. It's amazing seeing the game tech race between nintendo, microsoft, and sony. I wonder if another software game maker will just pop up out of the blue and lead the pack.
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