I was interested until I saw the art style. Killed it for me. Still hate to see it doing so poorly. I have a Move (to which, Rol told me, "I'm sorry.") and I haven't used it once since I bought it. Best motion controller on the market but the potential is wasting away while lesser devices have thrived.
For the record, I have Dead Space and Sports Champions but I played Sports Champions with my sister's Move before buying it for myself and never bothered to play it with my Move. I never gave Dead Space a try.
Personally I think inFamous 2 works really well with Move. I played a few hours of inFamous 2 with DS3 before downloading Festival of Blood. But after having inFamous 2 Move enabled, and getting over the learning curve of swapping from DS3 to Move, I wouldn;t want to play inFamous any other way. Still need to get a Nav controller though before I do my evil playthrough.
I think they ruined the charm the E3 demo of Sorcery had by making the main character a teen rather than a tween, and making it less cartoony. If they'd kept the art style and age of character as in the original e3 demo I think the game would be more well received. A pity really.
69 isn't bad for a motion control game. I reckon if you take all the Move only and Kinect games together then 69 on Meta is probably a touch above average. As of right now it's on 70.
The good thing is there are no reviews in the red zone so far. An OK meta with no red zone reviews means the game is worth a look if you are at least somewhat interested in Move controls.
Quote from the lowest score so far: "Sorcery is like baking a cake, but with only a teaspoon of sugar, one egg, a pinch of flour, and a tablespoon of baking powder; all of the ingredients are there, but there's not enough of each ingredient to make the magical game that PlayStation Move owners have been looking for." Now for a 55 score this quote comes from that's pretty good. Normally a 55 score has very little to say that's complementary about a game. This quote seems to be more about the reviewer being disappointed at not having high expectations met rather than anything else.
If it sits at 70 on meta then I think that's gotta be a pretty reasonable result.
Waiting for Edge review... Edge will either love the game way more than anyone else with a 9 or they'll pan it with a 3 or 4, I reckon. I can't see Edge giving the game a middle of the road review.