In response to your red texts:
what did I say about not saying one thing is going to be better than the other? Did you even read my entire post?
Obviously if I'm going to buy one thing over another it's because I think it's better. You can't ask someone to pick one thing over another without giving their reason why. (There reason, which is usually going to be that one is better.)
So you're saying I'm 9 years old now? Has anyone even watched Gamer with Gerard Butler? You know within 10-15 years there might be something like that for people that want more out of gaming, obviously you couldn't make it where real people are dying but the basic principle behind it could be something like paintballs but the player would see something like people's heads being blown to bits.
In this case, I have no idea what you're talking about. You clearly, somehow misunderstood what I was talking about. And no, I'm not saying you're 9, I'm saying I don't think anyone over the age of 9 wants to play with a virtual tiger friend.
ok then click on this link http://www.ebgames.com/Catalog/ProductD
... 5FID=78137 and tell me why it says $99.99 for it? Also don't forget that to make the games feel more realistic you'd need to buy the navigational controller as well and if you want to play with a friend at the same time you'd need to buy the Navigation and Motion Controllers again which will bring the grand total to about $220 after taxes while on the other hand Kinect is about $150 and there's no need to buy anything else except the games, no more attachments and there's going to be better games for Kinect in the near future, have you seen Child Of Eden? that looks absolutely amazing and will be awesome for visuals. Also because of the built in webcam you can put on your own things for the games, like say they come out with a guitar game that uses an air guitar (there's tons of people who love that idea) but you don't like the guitar that you're playing, well if you have your own guitar you can have it in front of the camera and it'll take some pictures of it and now you can play with your own guitar.
First of all, you linked to the Sports Champions bundle. That's why it says "$99.99", Move doesn't require you to buy the Sports Champions bundle, it only requires the PSEye ($40) and the Motion Controller ($50), bringing the total to $90. (It has been clearly stated by others that the navigation controller at this point is a bit pointless. Second, you don't have to pay for your friends controllers, that's their job. You said "there's going to be better games for Kinect in the future." Well, what are they? You didn't link to any sources, so as far as I know, they still aren't. And they may be better Kinect games, but that's not really saying much is it? Child of Eden is available for Kinect and Move, so I don't know where you're going with that. And yes, I have seen footage of it. It really isn't that impressive. There's already loads of flash games online that have a similar concept. And in terms of visuals, it looks gimmicky. It may have good graphics, but I play games for enjoyment, not visuals. (Also, saying it looks amazing is an opinion, and really holds no ground here.) I'm not gonna comment on the guitar thing other than, it's called a gimmick. It's cool, sure, and it will be cool for a while, but it's not gonna keep you coming back for more. Honestly.
Also, I'd like to make clear, I'm not a fanboy. Heck, I know loads of Xbox fanboys who think Kinect looks like rubbish, but again, that's beside the point.
How can it be a bad thing when it isn't even out yet? His exact words were, "Kinect is probably the worst gaming device ever created for the 21st century." Now would you please tell me how that's NON OBJECTIVE?
King, you're missquoting me. After that sentence, I said "Or at least as far as I've seen from presentations of Kinect." I was clearly only basing what I said on what I had seen. And for that, you can't be mad at me for having an opinion. The fact that I did follow up by stating that it was simply my opinion makes it non-objective.
I don't think you can be anymore objective than with that statement.
Oh, I definitely can, but I haven't come here with an agenda to attack you and your opinions, so I choose not to.
Also how does he even know what it's going to be like? It doesn't even come out for another 38 days and the stuff at E3 and Gamescon are just rough demo's of the games, they're not the finished product.
Did you miss the part of E3 where they said those games would be available...as in for purchase? As in, they are the finished product.
I will admit, my goal was to say why I thought Move was (and is) better, but you can't honestly ask people to pick one and explain why, without encouraging debate.
Also, King, I'm confused. The title of this thread is "Like to find out people's views on this", but when I gave my view, you got all defensive. Simply because I disagreed with you.
Philal, actually, the Socom demo looks quite impressive, and though it may not be an amazing selling point for realistic gunplay, I think you still ought to check it out.
Source:Child of Eden for PS3PSEye for $40Playstation Move Motion Controller for $50