Originally Posted by lamonsasa /forum/post/20877832
like the title says, is it worth it? i dont want it to be a gimmick, i have the kinect which is cool, will the move be a good addition or its boring?
what games are must haves?
Originally Posted by RemoWilliams84 /forum/post/20880773
But the other large annoyance I had was that it's not like a lightgun where it is always going to shoot where you are pointing. It's more like dragging a cursor around. And It always seemed to be off by 1-2 inches when near the edges of the screen so you had to point further off the screen to hit the edge of the screen. For this reason they could never make a shooter without a reticule onscreen like the old light gun games.
Originally Posted by tgable /forum/post/20882384
Don't think of Move as a motion device, think of it as an alternate controller. It serves many more game genres and is often optional, which is a strength IMO.
There are tons of Move compatible games, you don't have to try/buy/rent them all, just stick to the good ones. From exercise with Sport Champions and The Fight, to KZ3/R3 pointer support, Socom 4 TPS, Dead Space Extraction and The Shoot light-gun action. EyePet and Start the Party for the kids and more.
Is it worth $100? That depends on your disposable income. You have a Kinect, so it seems you don't mind wasting money