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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by Terminator02, Jun 13, 2010.
Well at the 24 minute mark its sort of impressive, with how it superimposes paint brushes and things over the move. Everything else is just Wii sports and meh.
Nothing impressive. Move Party! looks fun but will eventually get boring.
Also, is it me or is this thing looks kinda glitchy? (Especially when they were playing table tennis.)
Move Party was surprisingly good looking, but that sports thing was terrible in my opinion.
So....Wii HD, then?
yeah, everyone seems to agree that Sports Champions looks like a crappy remake of Wii sports that doesn't look as fun. It looks like Move Party could be a good party game though
Sports thing looks boring but move play looks good, but who cares even if someone buys the Move
their gonna get bored with it
The controller looks incredibly stupid but the games look ok.
Yeah, that looks awful.
What is this crazy new glow in the dark ice cream on a black cone?
For a rii (wii rip off ) it looks .... alright ....
the controllers... they look like wii with colorful light bulbs on top :3
don't hate, but that's just my opinion.
i did find it attractive in a way, but more like because it can be a very bright, attractive color. hopefully, you can adjust, and change the brightness, since most people would probably see it as a waste of energy or just blinding.
Archery was impressive to me. all the other sports were nyeh, but that Move Party looked quite fun.
When the power goes out in your town, will you be prepared for the night?
The Playstation Move, the most expensive candle you'll ever buy.
Joking aside, and ignoring the fact that it is essentially a Wii-copy, I guess we'll see if it goes anywhere.
All that I already do with Wii MotionPlus. Don´t fuck me
Really hope this doesn't lead to piles of shovelware.
It's kinda... um... well... MEH.
There wasnt actually nothing interesting, and we all were able to do the same a few years ago with Wii and Wii MotionPlus.
Sony and Microsoft might have used motion technology more cleverly but Nintendo was the first