03-11-2010 #11Banned User
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- Mar 2008
omfg.... cant wait to buy the move. im waiting for it since i saw the video about this and that sony made coop with nintendo to bring some nice wii games to the ps3.
i hope this will come to the christmas time.
bah i love it already
not bad at all, let's see is better than the nitendo wii?
looks nice but this seriously limits the number of players.
1 Move + 1 Nunchuck = 2 of the 7 Bluetooth devices
So 3 players max, which is why they didn't show a 4th. Even less if you have to have a SIXAXIS or DUALSHOCK3 Paired too. That would make 3 devices per player. Hopefully they can find a way to overcome the Bluetooth 7 limitation because the more accesories they release the less we can add.
Worse case scenario (unrealistic):
1 Move + 1 Nunchuck + 1 DualShock3 + 1 Wireless Keypard = 4 for 1 player.
however, it's unclear if that means just four of the move controllers and not including the sub-controller.
so best case scenario is three players with move controller and sub, and one player with just move controller.
worst case is two players with both move and sub controllers.
hmm i really want to know what nintendo finds about this..
now lets wait for zelda on the ps3
The press release implies that the sub-controller is intended for a subset of games. I expect most games will be fine with just the 'Move'. Why would someone need to have the DS3 still connected? They specifically state that all of the DS3 controls will be on the Move + sub-controller. What games are still available that allow 4 players at the same time? It's hard enough trying to find games that allow 2 players to play together...