The jig is up, and the day of a second console giving players the ability to go into the realms of motion-sensitive gaming has finally arrived. Now as gamers, the concept of “Wait-and-see” doesn’t work, especially when you have to deal with shiny, bulbous lights at the top of your wand, so it’s our job at ZKG to make sure that you get everything under control, and don;t get bogged down under the premise of “ooh, pretty!” After all, that’s what friends are for.
Keep in mind what your options are when you’re getting your stuff to begin with: do you need just the Move and game, the Sony Eye, a Console, or what? From there it’s easier.Looking back on the articles done a few months ago, You’ll notice that there are plenty of different opportunities for you to go about the Move Adventure.
If you’re wanting to start fresh, or need everything all together, the PlayStation Champion Bundle for $399.00, giving you access to Move, Sony Eye, Sports Champions, and the PlayStation 3. If you just need Move and Sony Eye with Sports Champions, There’s a bundle for you too for only $99.00. Of course, if you just need the Move, then dish out $49.99 and off you go.
Now with that new device, you’re going to need some new games to go along with it. Along with Sports Champions, there is a whole list of different games prepped and coming out within the upcoming weeks to wet your pallet:
- Kung Fu Rider
- Start The Party
- Echochrome ii
- Heavy Rain (Patch download available on September 19h)
- Resident Evil 5 (Patch download available on September 19th)
- Killzone 3
- Little Big Planet 2
- Ape Escape Move
Plus more out on the way. Combined with the latest in 3D gaming technology, it’s bound to keep you wanting more, and keep you interested