A majority of you appear to not really care about the Kinect at all. I’m going to guess it’s due to their lackluster launch library, lack of desire to play with motion controls, or a combination of the two. Either way, I’m going to ride this train just a little longer and ask which has your vote: the Kinect or the Move?
Thanks to my hubby, I now own a PlayStation Move, but I haven’t played with it (other than to make fun of its lollipop top) once. I have zero interest in Sports Champions, and I believe that the only other Move-compatible game I own is Heavy Rain. I want to play HR with the Move, but well you know, the Fall has happened. Been a little busy on the game front.
I’m looking forward to Sorcery next year, but I have to admit that I’m a little afraid for the Move. My Wii has been gathering dust for awhile now, something I doubt will change since I’m not into any of the retro games games coming out except for Zelda, which will be next year. I’m afraid that the Move will suffer a similar fate in my home and several others, and then despite Sony’s best intentions, the Move will be left to family games and shovelware. Hopefully it can get other games like Sorcery in the making.
I’ve made it no secret that I’m not interested in the Kinect since my experience with it at E3. However, this doesn’t mean that some game won’t come out that will absolutely captivate me. But then two other games just as enticing will have to come out, because I do my best not to buy consoles ($150 is close to console price) for just one game.
Besides, why would I really be interested in either? There are no strategy guides out yet for these games!