Sony PlayStation Move Sharp Shooter

83
Global
Score
83

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

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IGN says:

Is the Sharp Shooter a must-have? Hardly, but if you're a fan of shooters and you want to use the PlayStation Move, it is the only way to go, at least until someone comes up with something better. With digital button mapping, a solid design, and a game that implements it effectively, the Sharp Shooter can be a fun and surprisingly precise peripheral, and at $39.99, it's a pretty good value.
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8.0
Accuracy / responsiveness
8.0
Ergonomics / comfort
8.0
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