Sony delays PlayStation 3 motion controller

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Jos

TS Evangelist
Those of you who were eagerly anticipating getting your hands on Sony's PlayStation 3 motion controller sometime this spring will have to wait a little longer. The company has officially pushed back the release by six months as it looks to ensure a wider variety of compatible titles at launch, which they plan to disclose "soon."

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TomSEA

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Hoo-boy...could have some fun making jokes about what that thing really looks like. ;)
 
G

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That controller looks like a sex toy to give your girlfriend some good vibrations after midnight.
 
G

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This is a good move by SONY.... quality control is paramount with those guys, not to mention getting the Devs to support it as well. Am sure M$ Natal will be delayed as well....if not, then we can be assured another huge billion dollar warranty bill on the horizon.
 

lfg18

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It doesn't seem interesting to me, the games you will be able to play with that will probably be casual like those in the wii, soo, not for me
 

mattfrompa

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I don't like the design, but if the tech demo I watched stays true, it should feel less gimmicky than the Wii. Although I haven't seen what the plan is for a left analog stick, and i hope they don't plan to only utilize this for games that work around needing one...Since it's already been mentioned I'll just say that i think that if project Natal can control well I will like it better than Nintendo or Sony's motion controllers because the idea of no controller seems cooler than suggestive ones...
 

HaMsTeYr

TS Guru
Lol... Looks like a stick that sends off some good vibes to the player :D

Bad jokes aside... i wouldn't wanna be seen playing with that with a PS3. Last thing i want my friends and relatives to see is me waving around what looks to be like a dildo glowing in the head, and me waving it at the television...

Not... a pretty... sight..... ahhh.....
 
G

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Very simplistic approach compared to XBox360 Project Natal's handsfree motion/face/gestures/voice etc. detection (plus on Natal it's a separate processor on the add-on camera-like device)
 
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