“It was an enjoyable, if sweaty, half-hour, and I could certainly see the attractions of throwing away the control and just flinging yourself at the game."He then went on to compliment the Playstation Move:
“But I was not quite convinced that Microsoft's technology would deliver for hard-core gamers. It seemed to work well on fun Wii-like games where you didn't need too much precision – I'm not so sure how whether it would deliver on a first-person shooter.”
“I've also had a go on Sony's Move motion control system, which is unveiled on Tuesday. Sony's solution is much less radical. It has retained the controller, now adorned with glowing spheres which interact with a sensor unit on the television."Now, whether Mr. Cellan-Jones is biased towards Sony or not I can’t say but everyone is entitled to their preferences after all are they not? Make up your own verdict when both devices are released later this year.
“This makes the whole experience less physical than with Kinect, but it also delivers a lot more precision. Sony showed us a table tennis game which seemed to mimic the real thing much more closely than I have seen elsewhere.”