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Eagle3 Enters the Battle for Best Plastic Move Accessory

Posted by James Newton

Some strong contenders

Hyperkin's Sporting Victory accessories were squarely aimed at those gamers who wanted a bit of Sports Champions action on the Move, but that's not to say there's a huge wealth of as-yet untapped peripheral possibilities. Rival accessory manufacturer Eagle3 has zeroed in on some of the possibilities with a new range of snap-on add-ons, varying from the beautiful to the baffling.

By far the brightest are the "boxing gloves" that neatly grip the Move controllers in The Fight: Lights Out, a steal at just $25. Racing games get their own add-on with the $20 wheel attachment, a plastic housing for your Move controller that actually has a base, so you won't feel as if you're gripping thin air.

Top of the peripheral pile is the $20 Arc Blaster, a plastic pistol that contains a separate plastic housing for the Navigation controller, just ahead of the good old sports accessory pack containing a sword, shield, bow and, er, table tennis bat. That package will set you back a princely $30.

Will you be buying any third party add-ons for your controllers?

[via geekwithlaptop.com]

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User Comments (2)

Paranoimia

#1

Paranoimia said:

Umm... no... no I won't.

I don't really see how that wheel is going to work, since the base will surely obstruct the glow of the ball when turned to the left...?

mjc0961

#2

mjc0961 said:

Not surprised. Every now and then I used to go to the Amazon Wii Accessories page and just look at all the stupid controller shells companies had made. Of course companies are going to try and cash in on Move as well.

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