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Sony PlayStation Move motion controller

from  $29.99+
80
Global
Score
There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.
80

There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.

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PC Mag says:

Sony may not be first to the motion-gaming party, but the PlayStation Move technology is a step above the Wii—now if developers tap the system to produce more compelling game titles, we’ll have a true winner.
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User Reviews

100
Adielr
Fun and accurate addition to the PS3.
80
Dillon
Overall, it's a nice controller. I wish it were more accurate, but it certainly...read more
50
fourblades
A disappointing product with a lot of problems. - Engadget
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75
Average Critic Score

Ergonomics / comfort

83
 

Accuracy / responsiveness

80
 

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84
 

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64
 

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90
 

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