Is there enough units out there to warrant those titles being given away. I would give away products with more market penetration my self don't believe move has done very well. Motion control in general is on the out with the current Market unless something new comes around. I haven't seen very many products that were made better by seeing Motion controls and most Hardcore gamers want tighter control systems not causal gaming hooks.
Can you show me the Stats that show move as a faster control system then a tradition controler. I would like to see these numbers ASAP. If im wrong Im sorry but I dont believe you have this info.
Not true the move has not done well, compared to Kinetic and Wii, first it was motion controls then it was 3D I don't see much support for either anymore. Don't believe at all that it is a tighter system Id like to see that info too.
In March 2012 Fergal Gara of Sony UK spoke to Official PlayStation Magazine UK to acknowledge that, despite its high critical acclaim, the device had not lived up to their expectations, in either their target audience or the software support that had been provided for it.
this does not say that the control dosent work---audeince or support-- means people who use it--and companies who make games for it--that has nothing to do with how it works
there is no stats to back up what i say-- but i have used the controller- most who play online in kz3 (when they actually had a good onlne) considered the move users a cheat- heck all you had to do was point the controller at the enemy-- not move a stick with you thumb--- the move does have a 1;1 aspect ratio - now think how accurate it is to point your controller then trying to zero in with your thumb stick.