it's important to note that OnLive - shuttered rival of Sony's newly acquired Gaikai - allowed a similar function with its own joypad.
only_777 wrote:For me, having the move controller built into the pad says two things.
1) Eyetoy will be packaged with every console.
2) Sony are sticking to controller based gaming and NOT controller free like MS. This is a great thing, plus if the whole 'Kinect forced usage' thing with the Next-box really happens, I think I lot of the core market will go Sony's way.
patiotom wrote:Oh Sony and your persistence on re hashing the same horrid controller over and over, this is the reason i never made it from the PS1 to PS2 as i found it so god dam uncomfortable to use (much like the PSP). Why keep this design its awful, why not move towards and more ergonomic design like the xbox. There is a reason why the Wii U Pro Controller copies the xbox and there is a reason that people like Razor who make pro PC controllers also copy this design!!! Its Better in every way!!
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