Talking Point: What Improvements Would You Make to Move?
Posted by James Newton
Imagine Sony's listening...
Capcom's boss David Reeves recently spoke about an evolved Move for PlayStation 4, which got us thinking: what improvements would you like to see in the Move? Here's a few ideas off the top of our glowing blue heads.
Improved PlayStation Eye
The Move itself may be a nifty piece of kit, but the PlayStation Eye camera often can't do justice to the augmented reality games available: play EyePet: Move Edition in soft lighting and you'll see what we mean. Grainy, low resolution images – the camera can only muster 640 x 480 at top whack – and poor light detection should see the Eye upgraded before Move.
Rumble and Motion-Sensing in Navigation
The Navigation sub-controller is comfortable and all, but it lacks vibration feedback and motion-sensing capabilities, the former having been featured in every pad (barring SIXAXIS) since the late 1990s. As for motion control, although it could mean a glowing ball stuck on top of the Navigation's slim frame, it could even be a simple accelerometer for detecting small movements: throwing grenades in Killzone 3 for example.
What are your thoughts?
Whilst these two sit prettily at the top of our most-wanted list for Move, we're sure you can think of plenty more improvements for the future of Sony's motion controller. Let us know in the comments! Registration only takes a minute and will let you join in the discussion on every PlayStation Move game, PlayStation Move reviews and of course our forums!