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Sony PlayStation Move

Sony PlayStation Move
alaScore 87

7 reviews

Apr, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the design. The usability is also appreciated.

usability, design

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Game Consoles the Sony PlayStation Move is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Sony PlayStation Move review

 

The final verdict on Sony's Wii contender - will it change how we play?

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Sony PlayStation Move review

 

Any review of PlayStation Move is going to have to admit the same thing: this is the first step on a long journey. As such, there is understandably a degree of discomfort that comes with writing about something so new, with so little real material to...

Accurate, feels good in the hand, we actually like the coloured glowing balls, superimposing objects impressed us

Character movement will need the additional Navigation controller, launch titles are lacklustre

The Move gives impressive performance, but the lack of engaging games will temper your excitement. The stage is set, but PlayStation Move is waiting for its star turn

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Sony PlayStation Move review

 

The Sony PlayStation Move is a slick and technically proficient peripheral that may cause Nintendo Wii users pangs of jealousy.

For now, the early read on the Move is that it’s a fantastic piece of equipment that adds an interesting wrinkle to the PS3 experience. Sure, you probably don't need to rush out and get it on initial release, but if Sony plays its cards right, it...

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Sony - PlayStation Move

 

It's taken long enough for the firm to do it, but Sony has finally entered the motion controller market, and with some degree of success. It's four years since the Nintendo Wii launched, instantly seizing the ...

So far, so good. An effective control system, with decent games, at a competitive price. The proof of the pudding will, however, come with the next year's game releases.

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