There's a trio of new Move games on European shelves this week, with Ubisoft bringing a pair of titles and 2K Sports also contributing. Let's take a look at what's available to buy now.
Top Spin 4
The first dedicated tennis game for PlayStation Move, Top Spin 4 boasts some of the sport's biggest names, past and present, as well as a career mode that sees your newly created player rise up the ranks. We're giving this one a thorough playtest at the moment and we'll have a full review up in the near future.
My Fitness Coach: Club
Ubisoft's first title this week is a fitness game, aiming to help you get fit in six core areas. We'll pull on our Lycra leggings and get to work on evaluating how Move's second exercise title stacks up against Get Fit with Mel B.
Dance on Broadway
A conversion of the popular Nintendo Wii original, this offers more tracks, more Broadway shows and, presumably, more razzmatazz. We're surprised there haven't been more dancing games on Move so far, so this one could find a market.
As always we'll be bringing you reviews of these and all games released for PlayStation Move. Will you be buying anything this week?
3 disapointments all in one day, lets hope next weeks Playstation Move heroes will be a different situation.
How have you been getting on with My Fitness Coach Club and Dance on Broadway, lipnox? I haven't had chance to try them so I'd be keen to know your thoughts.
Yea I want to know as well, I was thinking of getting these titles for my niece.
i was kidding, I couldnt afford 3 games in one month if I tried. I might get a blockbuster game pass (unlimited rentals for a month) next month and catch up on the move titles Ive missed out on. Honestly though Dance on broadway could be an awesome game for the right people(not me), but I doubt my fitness coach is any good(based on the fact I bought wii fit and it was horrible, so I just shutdown all yoga games).
I meant more that it was disapointing to see 3 brand new move games and not one of them interest me what so ever.
After playing this for the first time last night, I feel as a personal exercise workout tool and planner, it isnt as good as others on the market, but if you just use it like a regular exercise DVD/video it is great. There are plenty of workouts and classes, but they dont split them between beginners, intermediate and advanced, and it doesnt provide you with a program to keep to so someone like myself who rarely exercises, I found them to be hard going as the workout was too extreme and I had to decide myself which exercise and intensity to maintain during the class, and found a lot of the time having to stop midway as it was too intense! Also I had to decide myself which class or program to use whereas other similar games gave you more advice as to which workout to use. Not every workout is Move-enabled so a lot of the time you dont need the move controller, and even for those that do I would question whether it tracks your movement and makes any difference using it or not. However on the positive side, the exercises are interesting and varied, and there are plenty to choose from and it helps having your picture (via the eye) next to the trainer to help with positioning and performing the exercise properly. Overall, if you expect the software to tell you exactly what to do, when and how (like EA Active Fit does), it doesnt, but if you use it as a fitness video and have some knowledge about different exercises and stages of fitness, it is a great investment!
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