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Sony Playstation Move Navigation Controller PS3 prices in Malaysia

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Sony Playstation Move Navigation Controller PS3 Price by Country

CountryPrice
Indonesia IDR 525,000
Malaysia MYR 166
Philippines PHP 3,276
Thailand THB 1,295

Sony Playstation Move Navigation Controller PS3 Expert Reviews

cheatcc.com
Reviewed on 2017-04-24
Back in 2006 when the Nintendo Wii launched, it was only a matter of weeks before gamers the world over began to wonder when Sony and Microsoft would launch their response to that extraordinarily successful technology. Microsoft's Kinect isn't due on stor...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-21
Easy to set up, the Sony PlayStation Move Racing Wheel delivers precision steering in racing games. The handles fold out, turning the wheel into motorcycle handlebarsYou must have the Move motion controller system to use the Move Racing Wheel. You can't charge the Move baton without removing it from the wheel
When I want to immerse myself in a racing game, I drag my Logitech Driving Force GT wheel out, clamp it to a makeshift bench, and set the pedals on the floor. The lengthy setup means I don't use it all that much. With the wireless Move Racing Wheel, So...
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ld2.ciol.com
Reviewed on 2011-02-13
Form factor, quick setup, accurate motion sensing, price, haptic feedbackLimited games, Blocks one USB port, Small action buttons
Updated on: Sunday, February 13, 2011 20:34 IST Email Print Comments RSS The PlayStation 3 Slim was the winner of last year’s NDTV Gadget Awards in the Gaming category owing to its features and performance. As per Sony’s track record, they...
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digitalversus.com
Reviewed on 2010-12-10
Impressively accurate, reproduces moves with great precision, Good design and handling, very well made, Very easy to use, Wireless controllersNeed plenty of room (to avoid accicents!), Buying several controllers gets expensive, You might ache afterwards (warmup recommended)!, Not suitable for all types of games
Most of us who tried out the PlayStation Move noticed that it wasn't exactly easy on the body! In fact, once you're engrossed in the action, you don't realise how hard your body is actually working. You will, however, notice it the following morning, w...
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asia.cnet.com
Reviewed on 2010-11-24
Camera-based motion control system; starter bundle includes everything needed to play HD motion control gaming; color-changing controller adjusts to surroundings; can control XMB; Sports Champions game offers a lot of replay value.Requires constant calibration; dependency on camera limits total movement; lackluster launch library; start and select buttons oddly placed on Move controller; PlayStation Eye monopolizes a USB port.
Though it provides some of the best motion control we've seen in games, a few issues and a lackluster launch library may have you waiting to buy the PlayStation Move. ...
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itreviews.com
Reviewed on 2010-11-02
It's taken long enough for the firm to do it, but Sony has finally entered the motion controller market, and with some degree of success. It's four years since the Nintendo Wii launched, instantly seizing the initiative from Sony and Microsoft, and th...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2010-10-22
Pistol grip satisfies the desire to hold a gun, Funky retro raygun design isn't realistic enough to worry parents,Not cheap for what amounts to a plastic grip, Larger hands may find the grip too small, Trigger should be farther forward,
The Sony PlayStation Move ($99, 4 stars) is a great platform for arcade-style games, but out of the box it's not so great at one arcade-game staple: the light gun shooter. Unless you're maybe playing a Harry Potter game, there's no way you're going to ...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2010-10-21
Responsive and intuitive gameplay, handsome build quality, caters to all types of gamerSetup can be a bit fiddly, needs lots of room for multiplayer games, initial launch line-up contains a few duds
The PlayStation Move is attempting to provide the best of both worlds, with games that appeal to both casual and serious gamers. We tested the gadget with a self-confessed 'hardcore gamer' and a child who was all of two years old — neither of whom wan...
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gamersdailynews.com
Reviewed on 2010-10-19
The Playstation Move starter pack has everything you need to get motion control on your Playstation 3. That would include a Playstation Move controller (with the big silly colored ball on top), a PS Eye, a wrist strap and demo disc with demos of nine g...
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strategyinformer.com
Reviewed on 2010-10-13
When the Wii was first released back in 2006, both Sony and Microsoft turned their noses up at Nintendo, refusing to acknowledge this latest gambit as a 'proper' games console. I remember this kerfuffle distinctly, as I was one of the big Nintendo beli...
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stuff.co.nz
Reviewed on 2010-09-30
Sony PlayStation MoveRating: 4/5 The launch of Sony's PlayStation Move kicks off the motion-controlled gaming wars in Australia and while the first wave of titles show promise, upcoming games will really allow the PlayStation 3 add-on to flex its muscl...
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smh.com.au
Reviewed on 2010-09-29
The launch of Sony's PlayStation Move kicks off the motion-controlled gaming wars in Australia and while the first wave of titles show promise, upcoming games will really allow the PlayStation 3 add-on to flex its muscles. With Microsoft's offering...
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stuff.co.nz
Reviewed on 2010-09-29
The launch of Sony's PlayStation Move kicks off the motion-controlled gaming wars in Australia and while the first wave of titles show promise, upcoming games will really allow the PlayStation 3 add-on to flex its muscles. With Microsoft's controller-f...
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HEXUS.net
Reviewed on 2010-09-27
It may have taken Microsoft and Sony a few years longer than Nintendo to wake up to the realisation that there’s a whole new market out there ready to embrace a different, more interactive gaming experience in the comfort of their living rooms, but bot...
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techworld.com
Reviewed on 2010-09-26
The video game industry has seen its fair share of technological innovations during its long and storied history, but some of the most important advancements were met with confusion and outright disdain: 3D graphics accelerators, optical drives, even ...
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thebuzzmedia.com
Reviewed on 2010-09-24
The PlayStation Move is Sony’s move in the “motion controller” arena going up against the entrenched Nintendo Wii and the upcoming camera-only based Kinect from Microsoft for the Xbox 360.We’ve put the PlayStation Move through it’s paces, making sure t...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2010-09-22
Accurate motion controls; Little lag; Motion-based gaming on an HD consoleRequires a lot of space to play; Not particularly innovative
You'd have thought that since Nintendo's obscenely successful Wii console brought motion-control gaming to the baying masses, rival manufacturers would be tripping over themselves to push a similar product to launch. And yet we've had to wait four year...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2010-09-22
Product Code: B003S9WRYW The Sony PlayStation Move is a slick and technically proficient peripheral that may cause Nintendo Wii users pangs of jealousy. The video game industry has seen its fair share of technological innovations during its long and...
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gadgetrepublic.com
Reviewed on 2010-09-20
Getting a head start on the Microsoft Kinect, the Sony PlayStation Move for the PS3 offers a motion-based controlling system aimed at taking on the Nintendo Wii in its own game. But does it stand out from the crowd?The PlayStation Move combines the Pla...
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firstpost.com
Reviewed on 2010-09-20
Deadly accurate, Near one-to-one responsiveness, Comfortable, Good priceTrigger button could be better
The PlayStation Move has been the subject of much ridicule since it was first announced at E3 last year. People called it the Wii clone; a me-too motion controller piggybacking on Nintendo’s innovation and success. And you can’t really fault those peop...
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