PlayStation 3 Hardware Pro Reviews
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PlayStation 3 Hardware Reviews2
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|PC World||8.7/10||Nov 13 '06|
|GameZone||---||Nov 21 '11|
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PlayStation 3 Hardware Previews
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|EuroGamer||Mar 11 '10|
|Games Radar||Feb 28 '11|
|GameZone||Sep 19 '11|
|IGN PS3||Mar 10 '10|
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"At last, Sony's new motion controller has a name. And it's not Arc or Gem, as you'll know if you read our live text blog or the rumours floating around the internet before the press conference even kicked off. As soon as it was over the audience flocked to the room next door, where Sony had set up 30 demo stations to show off the first batch of PlayStation Move games."
" The shooter genre is so crowded right now, it’s hard to tell one Billy Buzzcut shouty soldier from the next. Luckily, with playable characters who all look like circus acts and the most intuitive movement system we’ve seen since Mirror’s Edge; Brink shouldn’t have too much trouble standing out from the generic crowd. Recently, we got hands-on with the game in a few four-player co-op sessions. We were even fortunate enough to have developer Splash Damage’s head honcho Paul Wedgewood guide us through the action. So if you like the idea of freerunning clowns murdering each other with hi-tech weaponry, we suggest heading inside. ..."
"Overall, the size of the screen, lack of a remote and missing ports may turn off some people from checking out the PlayStation 3D display. But, honestly, if you’re looking for a good gaming unit for your rec room or something small and adequate for your living space, it’s a splendid deal. $500 buys you a quality 3D monitor that shows you a lot, and comes with a game and the necessary cable. Simulview is a little gimmicky, but some of you may like what it has to offer."
"It’s a little pricier than other controllers – Power A has it set to come out around $49.99 – but it’s a must for collectors, and a quality performing product in its own right (at least from the time that we’ve spent with it). We’ll have a final review when the controller hits stores this October. Stay tuned, Bat fiends!"
"There is no doubt that Sony is going to have a hard time shaking comparisons to the Wiimote, after all Nintendo did come first. Unfortunately, however, the question of whether the PlayStation Move is a better, more responsive device may get lost along the way. From a hardware perspective, the device is clearly more advanced, and given the power behind the PlayStation 3, it has a lot more room to grow software wise. Much like the iPad, the perceived value of the PlayStation Move is inherently tied to the quality of the software offered for it, and while many may not see a need for the PlayStation Move at launch, it could very well expand into an alluring platform addition."
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