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So I just bought the Move.
So I just bought the Move. –
I still haven't unboxed it, but for those who do have it, is it a necessity to go out and buy the navigator? Don't want to burn money if it's not that big of a deal. Thoughts?
The navigator is optional I've read, you can use the pad instead.
Originally Posted by spade_
When I do eventually buy into move I'll be buying 2 motion trackers.
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I have Sports Champions and Start the Party and neither even uses the navigational controllers...neither do the other demo's that I tried (like 6 of them)...
I only think I will get it when "Sorcery" comes out and you will need it for that game...
The nav is fairly useless as of now. No games require it and none probably will for a long time. Six axis can do everything it can.
Most games however do need two Move controllers for optimal fun.
Doesn't the Tiger Woods 11 demo allow for one to use the navigation controller?
Originally Posted by Bowhuntr11
as was previously said...I read somewhere that the DS3's 'left hand' controls can be used in place of the navi controller (aka ps3 'nunchuk'). All the navi controller does is give you a better form factor for using those controls with a move controller in your other hand.
As for games requiring 2 move controllers...wow, $ony is really trying to milk it's fanbase eh? It's kinda like the Wii...no individual item is all that expensive...but say you need a wiimote, motion+, and nunchuk to play a game...so then you've shelled out around $80-90 and tax (here in Canada) for a single player's controller. lol
The navigation controller is for games when you need to move around on the screen with your character. I am sure it will become required for some games, such as Resident Evil move edtn. I bought one only because I had a gift cert that was going to expire soon at Best Buy, it was for $20.
The navigation controls AREN'T required guys, Sony have already said you can use the left-hand side of the PS3 controller as substitute.
Used in most of the PlayStation®Move games that require navigating an in-game character, it replicates the control features of the left side of the DUALSHOCK®3 wireless controller into your PlayStation®Move experience.
Note- DUALSHOCK®3 wireless controller can be used in place of the navigation controller for all games that are compatible with the navigation controller
Yeah, but how convenient is that? *checking* Not at all, actually, if standing up. And I'd imagine it isn't much better when sitting down. You would need to rest it against something, because it isn't comfortable to hold it on the left end with one hand. And then you have to sit tight with the left hand while flailing madly around with the right.
For the price though, it might be worth the inconvenience until those awesome lightsaber games requiring a lot of motion comes out. (At least I want to be a Jedi. :P)
Anyone else get a grainy picture from the PSeye and gets a tad worse when playing a game that requires you in it?