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Old 09-27-10, 05:37 PM   #73
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Whaaa? Most games requires navigation controller, especially it has d-pad and analog button. They are necessary.

Resident Evil 5, Heavy Rain, Dead Space Extraction HD and more requires both, motion and navigator controllers.
No games require the nav controller. None. You can use your regular PS3 controller for the analog and stuff.
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Old 09-27-10, 05:58 PM   #74
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No games require the nav controller. None. You can use your regular PS3 controller for the analog and stuff.
Don't you guys read? This is for Move enabled games and if you do need navigator controller or not. Most of them (I didn't say "all") do require them. i.e. Sorcery, it requires PS Toy, motion and navigator controller (can't be replaced with dual shock 3). That applies to some other games too. If you don't believe me, check PlayStation Move website.

Now, how the heck can you be able to control by using motion controller and dual shock 3 controller (for d-pad and analog button) at same time... that must be awkward.
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Old 09-27-10, 06:32 PM   #75
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No the nav controller is NOT required. It is required if you are left handed or if you find the DS3 in the left hand uncomfortable (and it is IMO).

http://us.playstation.com/ps3/access...cph-98061.html
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Note- DUALSHOCK®3 wireless controller can be used in place of the navigation controller for all games that are compatible with the navigation controller
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Old 09-27-10, 06:56 PM   #76
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No the nav controller is NOT required. It is required if you are left handed or if you find the DS3 in the left hand uncomfortable (and it is IMO).

http://us.playstation.com/ps3/access...cph-98061.html
Interesting because for PlayStation Move required games, it said "This title requires PlayStation®Move motion controller and PlayStation®Eye camera. This title cannot be played DualShock®3 controller."

I was under assumption that Dual Shock 3 controller can't be used. Maybe I am only one that needs to learn how to read right.

But yeah, it'd be uncomfortable/awkward to have DS3 in the left and motion controller in the right hand. That's like backward of what I play with Wii. I rather get Navigator controller instead.
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Old 09-27-10, 07:08 PM   #77
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Interesting because for PlayStation Move required games, it said "This title requires PlayStation®Move motion controller and PlayStation®Eye camera. This title cannot be played DualShock®3 controller."

I was under assumption that Dual Shock 3 controller can't be used. Maybe I am only one that needs to learn how to read right.

But yeah, it'd be uncomfortable/awkward to have DS3 in the left and motion controller in the right hand. That's like backward of what I play with Wii. I rather get Navigator controller instead.
Depends on how you look at it. It may be possible that you cannot use the DS3 controller alone. In other words, you need the Move controller but can use the DS3 for the D-Pad/Analog.
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Old 09-27-10, 10:21 PM   #78
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Depends on how you look at it. It may be possible that you cannot use the DS3 controller alone. In other words, you need the Move controller but can use the DS3 for the D-Pad/Analog.
That is exactly what it means. You can use the dual shock/sixaxis for the analog, d-pad and triggers.
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Well it depends on individuals. I mean if you want to have 'complete' Move experience for multiplayer of two players:

1 PS Eye - $40
2 Motion controller -$100 ($50 each)
2 Navigator controller - $60 ($30 each)

That'll cost you $200 or $210 with game (from bundle). It'll add more for 4 players.

Kinect costs $150 with a game and that's all you need.

If I ever plan to get Move, I'm going to force my friends to buy their own if they want to play multiplayer games with me.
Same goes the other way.
You can play multiplayer games with PSeye is still only 40$ and kinetic is 150$..

Point is that is just silly thing to argue, you play what you like on a machine you like to play games with.
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Video via B3D from someone at GAF playing a boss after gold on SC Table tennis
Pretty impressive tracking

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNi8Z...layer_embedded
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Old 09-30-10, 09:47 AM   #81
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Video via B3D from someone at GAF playing a boss after gold on SC Table tennis
Pretty impressive tracking

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNi8Z...layer_embedded
The switch between forehand and backhand looks way more responsive than my Wii with Motion Plus. I'm interested lol.
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After a while of using it I have to say I really like the Move system but it's not perfect. The only game out there that really needs that super precision is Tumble, but IMO the move is still not precise enough for it lol. It has perfect tracking for up, down, left and right and rotation, but moving on the Z axis, into and out of the screen is off. For example, it tracks my movement into and out of the screen but if just hold your hand steady it moves slighty into and out of the screen by itself. It looks like it is having a hard time tracking the exact Z position of the move controller probably due to the bad PQ of the camera. Again you'd never notice it in a good number of games, but since a game like Tumble requires you to place some blocks very precisely you notice when it moves on the Z axis and your hand isn't moving at all.
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