I can update with some more valid opinions after using the Move a good bit more, and with different types of games.
Overall, not having been into motion gaming very much before, I'm enjoying it more than I thought I would. I knew the kids would get a lot of use out of it, but I know now that I'll use it, too.
Here are the games/demos I've tried and what I've thought so far:Sports Champions (Full Game):
Pretty fun. I said previously that it was kind of a novelty, but getting more into the Champions Cup modes does make it more enjoyable than just the freeplay mode I was playing before. I've played all of the games except for Bocci and Disc Golf, but everything else is fun, especially Gladiator and Archery.Resident Evil 5 (Full Game):
This could go either way. I'm a huge RE fan, and haven't played through 5 yet, but did play the first level with the standard controller. While it took some time to get used to the way the Move controller works in RE 5, it was fun to play it with the Move controller. I'll definitely play this game with the Move. My one gripe is that in order to fire the gun, you have to use the Move button on top of the controller rather than the trigger on the bottom, but it wasn't enough to put me off using the motion controls.Heavy Rain (Move Edition Demo):
Honestly, playing Heavy Rain with the Move controller felt identical to playing with the gamepad, except for the fact that I was making gestures with the Move controller rather than with the analog sticks. While I'm planning on buying this game and playing with the Move controller, the difference in gameplay is so minimal that I wouldn't recommend to anyone who has finished the game to re-play it just because of the Move update.Tiger Woods PGA 11 (Demo):
I used to enjoy golf games a great deal back in the NES - Genesis days, but never enjoyed the newer "roll the analog controller" controls of modern golf games. Although version 11 of PGA does allow the older style "press the button 3 times" swing, I found that being able to use the Move controller to swing the club really added to my enjoyment of the game. I haven't bought a golf game in probably 15 years, but I'm probably going to pick up the full version of this because of the Move controls.EyePet (Demo):
My wife and kids really enjoyed this and want to buy it, although it certainly isn't my thing.TV Superstars (Demo):
Was somewhat fun, and block stacking was amazingly precise with the Move controller. Again, this probably isn't really my type of game, but it was fun and even though it's not something I'd play, I can say that the game is very, very well made and does a great job of making you feel like you're stacking/playing with real blocks.Start the Party (Demo):
Definitely a party game, and reminded me a lot of EyeToy Play, but with better graphics and controls. I can't see me playing this solo or even with friends, but it was great fun playing this with the kids. And, just the amount of content available in the demo is enough to keep them occupied with this game for awhile (since it lets you complete an entire 3 round competition as often as you want).
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