Nyko's PlayStation Move support continues today with the launch of the Skill Shot, a "tactical rifle attachment" for Move that arrives just in time for the launch of SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs.
Costing $19.99, the Skill Shot is half the price of the PlayStation Move Sharp Shooter and offers support for left or right-handed gamers via a rotating housing for the Navigation controller. It doesn't offer the fancy extra buttons and features of the Sharp Shooter, but you wouldn't really expect it to as it costs $20 less.
The Skill Shot is available across North America from today. If you grab one, let us know what you make of it.
Nyko Skill Shot Rifle for PlayStation Move Now Available in Stores
LOS ANGELES - April 19, 2011
Number one third-party console accessories manufacturer Nyko Technologies® today announced the launch of the Skill Shot shooting accessory for PlayStation® Move. The Skill Shot is a tactical rifle attachment for PlayStation®Move designed to add exciting realism to gameplay, particularly in first-person shooter games. It’s available now for $19.99 in stores and online.
The Skill Shot is an ergonomically designed two-handed tactical rifle that supports all Move shooting games. Both the Move Motion and Navigation controllers easily lock into place for a comfortable grip, providing accurate trigger response and steady aiming. The adjustable, removable front dock ensures a comfortable grip for extended frag sessions.
Skill Shot features include:
Sturdy – Two-handed grip with extendable stock for ultimate stability.
Ambidextrous – Rotating Navigation Controller dock is ideal for left- and right-handed gamers.
Customizable – Removable Navigation Controller dock allows you to use the rifle with one or both hands.
Immersive – Smooth-action tactile trigger and easy access to all action buttons on both controllers.
Affordable – Budget price means more money for games!
“We were driven to design a rifle attachment that can mold to the user’s specific needs,” saidChris Arbogast, director of marketing, Nyko Technologies. “Whether you’re playing casual on-rail shooters or the most intense of FPS games, the Skill Shot provides a new, fun way to play your Move games.”
i don't understand, what does a rotating navi have to do with using it if your left handed? On the sharpshooter it has triangle and square on both sides of the handle/grip to be accessed by your index finger, this gun doesn't even have those buttons. Im lost....
From what I understand, it means you can rotate it to fit more comfortably in your hand if you're left or right-handed: you can turn it slightly to sit just right, or at least I think so. We'll try to get our hands on one and actually find out!
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