Features: PlayStation Move Buyer's Guide
Posted by Nathan Michalik
What's worth your money?
Now you've got PlayStation Move you need some great games to go along with it. These are some of our recommendations here at Movemodo to help you pick out the best games for your gaming style. If you want more information on any of the games, click on the titles for our honest, in-depth reviews or check out our forums and ask our community what they think.
Eye Pet: Move Edition - EyePet is a game that allows you to play with a virtual pet using your hands or PlayStation Move. From teaching him new tricks to dressing him up, there is tons of family fun packed into this solid game.
DanceDanceRevolution - A new instalment in a classic series where gamers dance to a song using a mat with buttons, and now the PlayStation Move. Playing DDR with friends and family is sure to get everyone up and dancing to the catchy in-game songs.
The Sly Collection - The immensely popular series from PlayStation 2 is back and remastered for PlayStation 3 with Move support and stereoscopic 3D. Players take part in the adventures of a thievius raccoon named Sly Cooper in three beautifully cel-shaded games. This is a must-have for any fans, young and old, of platforming games.
Sports Champions - The first game to show off the PlayStation Move technology as well as introduce the idea of motion gaming for most PlayStation 3 gamers. Sports Champions allows you to play six different sports games such as Archery, Volleyball and Table Tennis on your own or with a friend. Chances are if you've received a PlayStation Move bundle you already have this game to enjoy, but for those of you sports fans who didn't get the bundle this is a solid game to pick up.
NBA 2K11 - The newest edition to the NBA 2K series brings a big name to the court: Michael Jordan. NBA 2K11 features a full game mode spanning memorable career moments from the "greatest of all time". Any hardcore fan of the NBA will relish this realistic and content-packed title, and with Move support you'll be able to play it unlike any basketball game you've played before. (Note: NBA2k11 is not compatible with the Navigation Controller.)
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2011 - Experience playing the world's mosts most famous golf courses from the comfort of your living room in Tiger Woods. HD visuals and robust online experiences combine with the feel of motion control to create the most immersive Tiger Woods PGA Tour golf experience to date making it perfect for any fans of golf.
MAG - Experience a world of online warfare on an unprecedented scale, where 256 players take to the battlefield to win glory and the right to command their troops. Exclusive to PS3, this action-packed multiplayer madness is fully Move-compatible for extra accuracy on the battlefield. Are you officer material? Perfect for anyone who cant get enough online FPS action.
Resident Evil 5:Gold Edition - There's even more gripping third-person shooter-style action for solo, multiplayer or network play than before in Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition. The Gold Edition includes all previously released downloadable content as well as four new outfits. Adding Move support really immerses you in zombie-infested Africa with Chris Redfield and Sheva Alomar. Any fans of survival horror and third person shooters should definitely consider this title. (Note: Resident Evil 5 is not compatible with Move, even with the expansions. Only the Gold Edition will support Move controllers)
The Fight: Lights Out - Use two PlayStation Move motion controllers to throw punches, bob, weave and stick in some dirty low blows, also boosting your fitness and staying in shape in this intense brawler. This title will keep you up all night training and beating opponents left and right. With a recent patch introducing many improvements, The Fight is more fun than ever and sure to please any fighting fan.
Swords & Soldiers - Experience the ultimate edition of Swords & Soldiers in shiny HD through the PlayStation Network. Swords & Soldiers is originally a WiiWare title ported over to the PSN with added Move support and an online multiplayer feature. Using tower defence-style gameplay, gamers must lead their troops in the destruction of their opponents' army and base using spells and sheer brawn. This title will provide many hours of intense battles with excellent controls via the PlayStation Move, all at a great price.
Tumble - Stack blocks in tall towers to earn big scores using the PlayStation Move motion controller to accurately and precisely place objects with this easy to play, addictive and rewarding game. Tumble will help demonstrate just how accurate the PlayStation Move really is with an innovative and fun style concept of stacking blocks. With a plethora of game modes and multiplayer, Tumble is enjoyable for just about any type of gamer.
PAIN - Who wouldn't love to launch characters from a slingshot wreaking havoc on various environments? Well now you can! Load characters into a super-sized slingshot and launch them into active environments filled with funny situations. Score points by stringing together PAINful collisions and unleashing chaos in the environment. A simple but fun and addicting game, PAIN will appeal to gamers of any style and with Move, allow for the most immersive PAIN experience available, with improved depth perception and accuracy. Feel the Ooch!
Haven't got Move yet?
If you haven't taken the plunge and grabbed Sony's motion controller yet, don't worry, we have you covered with buyer's guides for that too. Our North American PlayStation Move buyer's guide and motherlode of European PlayStation Move information will have you covered with absolutely everything you need to know to get started.
Of course, we have a complete list of PlayStation Move reviews, and we'll continue to review every single game that uses Move in 2011 and beyond. Want to know what's on the way for the controller this year? Stay tuned for Move news, interviews and features right here at Movemodo.