PlayStation Move came into its own as a leading force in motion control gaming in 2011, and now, as we ring in 2012, it is a great time to hop aboard the Move train and set a New Year’s resolution to play more with motion control. Doubly so with the “Play Days” promotion underway. Many accessories and bundles are being sold for discounted rates at all major retailers through January 21st.
Sony’s futuristic, glowing ice cream cone of a controller features prominently (although optionally) in many core first-party franchise titles, giving players new ways to experience games like Killzone 3, SOCOM 4 and Resistance 3, if they so choose to put down their trusty DualShock and give motion control a whirl. Choice is a beautiful thing.
As expected, Move has also helped broaden the PS3 library with more content focused on family and party gaming as well as games of great pick-up-and-play gratification that fulfill complimentary roles in a well-rounded game collection. Put simply: There is a lot of Move-enabled software for PS3 owners to choose from.
Not all Move games are worth your while and some boxes you see with the inviting “PlayStation Move Compatible” logo on the cover are shamefully deceiving. (Sorry, a game with motion control tacked on to a skimpy mini-game mode seperate from the main content is a total scam.) But lend me your ears (or eyes, in this case) and I think I can help guide you on your way to a fruitful PS Move gaming experience.
- Child of Eden PlayStation Move Review | GameGuideDog (videogames.gameguidedog.com)