Forums - Sony Discussion - Who here is pumped about Move and eager to get it?

9009pc said:
Kage848 said:
9009pc said:
Kage848 said:
JamaicameCRAZY said:
Kage848 said:

I have a Wii already and I'm not paying $130 for the Sony Move.


You dont have a Ds3?


Sorry to sounds like a noob but whats a ds3? lol

the normal controller for the ps3 you do not need the nav controller. and as for the wii does it do augmented reality, voice recognition, head tracking, face recognition, object recognition. the move isn't just the controller is got camera based sensors as well just like Kinect.

Oh yea the ps3 controller can be used. I was told that but i would never want to use it in that way to be honest.

Yea idk what all the stuff is you said up there but i saw non of it in the games i watched. Do me a fav and link me some vid's if you can. As of what i have seen Sorcery was the only thing even remotely interesting and its not worth $130.

On thing I do like about Move is i want to see it in 3rd person games. RE4 was great and RE5 will be cool as well. Also I love Infamous but I think the Move would help that game a lot too eventhough I dont think there going to use it.

Another fact may be, although im not sure of it, is i might be getting tired of motion controlls. The last Wii game I have played was MHT and I LOVE IT! No motion controls. Hmmmm idk.

I guess the main problem with Move for me is the price atm. My Wii $250 came with the controllers. I didnt own a WIi and then have to spend $130 for the Motion controlls thats all.

And Move wont sell to the casuals at that price, or the $400 system. If the casuals dont buy it it will fail. You hardcore PS3 fans wont be enough and some of you wont want it anyways.

Time will tell.

yeah the DS3 will be kind of awkward when being used with one hand but you can use it.

no games yet :( but here is a link
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOtPVof2K94
there is a SDK for it, so hopefully it will be integrated into one of the move games.

voice recognition is just the software using the mic's on the eye. i used the eye for tom clancy's end war instead of a headset.

there will be head tracking in GT5 (I think I read that somewhere I will check that out too).

there was also a video where Anton (one of the people who designed the move) mention the features.  I will add a link for that when I find it.

Thats some interesting Tech there no doubt. Thanks for the link and info.

Im not a fan of head tracking because if you turn your head your not looking at the tv anymore. But voice recognition seems cool.



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Kage848 said:
9009pc said:
Kage848 said:
9009pc said:
Kage848 said:
JamaicameCRAZY said:
Kage848 said:

I have a Wii already and I'm not paying $130 for the Sony Move.


You dont have a Ds3?


Sorry to sounds like a noob but whats a ds3? lol

the normal controller for the ps3 you do not need the nav controller. and as for the wii does it do augmented reality, voice recognition, head tracking, face recognition, object recognition. the move isn't just the controller is got camera based sensors as well just like Kinect.

Oh yea the ps3 controller can be used. I was told that but i would never want to use it in that way to be honest.

Yea idk what all the stuff is you said up there but i saw non of it in the games i watched. Do me a fav and link me some vid's if you can. As of what i have seen Sorcery was the only thing even remotely interesting and its not worth $130.

On thing I do like about Move is i want to see it in 3rd person games. RE4 was great and RE5 will be cool as well. Also I love Infamous but I think the Move would help that game a lot too eventhough I dont think there going to use it.

Another fact may be, although im not sure of it, is i might be getting tired of motion controlls. The last Wii game I have played was MHT and I LOVE IT! No motion controls. Hmmmm idk.

I guess the main problem with Move for me is the price atm. My Wii $250 came with the controllers. I didnt own a WIi and then have to spend $130 for the Motion controlls thats all.

And Move wont sell to the casuals at that price, or the $400 system. If the casuals dont buy it it will fail. You hardcore PS3 fans wont be enough and some of you wont want it anyways.

Time will tell.

yeah the DS3 will be kind of awkward when being used with one hand but you can use it.

no games yet :( but here is a link
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOtPVof2K94
there is a SDK for it, so hopefully it will be integrated into one of the move games.

voice recognition is just the software using the mic's on the eye. i used the eye for tom clancy's end war instead of a headset.

there will be head tracking in GT5 (I think I read that somewhere I will check that out too).

there was also a video where Anton (one of the people who designed the move) mention the features.  I will add a link for that when I find it.

Thats some interesting Tech there no doubt. Thanks for the link and info.

Im not a fan of head tracking because if you turn your head your not looking at the tv anymore. But voice recognition seems cool.



Only reason i brought up the Ds3 was because you seem to be all about the price. I know it may not be a great solution but every little bit helps and the first party move games being $40 might be a help too. Dont know yet if there are going to be a lot of great game 1st party besides sports champs. However its still worth noting.

And as for the head tracking thing its all about how its implimented if done in a cool way may help with immersion factor. As far as turning your head and not looking at the tv, use those peripherals man.



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Head tracking can also be implemented so it just moves the camera with your head, slightly, no turning at all required, which can give you a clearer depth information in a non stereoscopic 3D game, by means of foreground objects moving more relative to background objects when moving the view point slightly from left to right for example, thus simulating stereoscopic perception by looking at a scene from one point then from a slightly different point. Does that make sense?



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Head tracking can also be implemented so it just moves the camera with your head, slightly, no turning at all required, which can give you a clearer depth information in a non stereoscopic 3D game, by means of foreground objects moving more relative to background objects when moving the view point slightly from left to right for example, thus simulating stereoscopic perception by looking at a scene from one point then from a slightly different point. Does that make sense?

yeah here is a vid for those who it doesn't make sense too.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SDGG9HhbgQ



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Move is an entirely good thing -- the PS3 has needed a truly capable and precise motion-controller for some time now (HD gaming requires more precision than SD gaming, that's just the nature of the beast). The price is reasonable, and the PSEye is a sturdy, capable webcam -- I use it for recording videos and podcasts (decent image and sound quality).

Also, I don't think many people realize that the Move is part of Sony's long-term 3D strategy. Motion controls suddenly acquire a whole new dimension of relevance (literally and figuratively) when you have true 3D depth-of-field effects. Just think of how "The Last Guardian" might feel and control using 3D and Move -- that would be the experience of a life-time.



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No I'm  not pumped for this unecessary add-on.



No I'm  not pumped for this unecessary add-on.



oldschoolfool said:

No I'm  not pumped for this unecessary add-on.


I don't get it? What's wrong with it. It is like going from Doom with keyboard (huge fun) to Doom with mouse and keyboard (same fun, more bad ass feeling), plus opening up new areas of gaming, point and click adventures, Reat time strategy, etc. Plus adding a completely new one, sword fighting and wand flicking. Good stuff.



what if shadow of the colossus used Move? that would be cool



Kage848 said:
9009pc said:
Kage848 said:
JamaicameCRAZY said:
Kage848 said:

I have a Wii already and I'm not paying $130 for the Sony Move.


You dont have a Ds3?


Sorry to sounds like a noob but whats a ds3? lol

the normal controller for the ps3 you do not need the nav controller. and as for the wii does it do augmented reality, voice recognition, head tracking, face recognition, object recognition. the move isn't just the controller is got camera based sensors as well just like Kinect.

Oh yea the ps3 controller can be used. I was told that but i would never want to use it in that way to be honest.

Yea idk what all the stuff is you said up there but i saw non of it in the games i watched. Do me a fav and link me some vid's if you can. As of what i have seen Sorcery was the only thing even remotely interesting and its not worth $130.

On thing I do like about Move is i want to see it in 3rd person games. RE4 was great and RE5 will be cool as well. Also I love Infamous but I think the Move would help that game a lot too eventhough I dont think there going to use it.

Another fact may be, although im not sure of it, is i might be getting tired of motion controlls. The last Wii game I have played was MHT and I LOVE IT! No motion controls. Hmmmm idk.

I guess the main problem with Move for me is the price atm. My Wii $250 came with the controllers. I didnt own a WIi and then have to spend $130 for the Motion controlls thats all.

And Move wont sell to the casuals at that price, or the $400 system. If the casuals dont buy it it will fail. You hardcore PS3 fans wont be enough and some of you wont want it anyways.

Time will tell.

Your talking like it will stay at that price forever. Beside, they have a couple of millions current customers to purchase the move at first. All those doesnt count the price of the console in their calcul...