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Sony Playstation Move Starter Bundle Price in Malaysia

Compare Prices of Sony Playstation Move Starter Bundle

Best price for Sony Playstation Move Starter Bundle in Malaysia is RM 455.17

You can buy the Sony Playstation Move Starter Bundle at the lowest price of RM 455.17 from Lazada.
Alternatively, the Sony Playstation Move Starter Bundle is also sold in Philippines at Lazada with the price of RM 435.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 15 June 2018, 22:40.

Price List by Country for Sony Playstation Move Starter Bundle

Country International Price Price in MYR
Malaysia MYR 455.17 MYR 455.00
Philippines PHP 5,817.00 MYR 435.00

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Specs of Sony Playstation Move Starter Bundle

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelPlayStation Move Starter Bundle
DateApr 2012
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWireless
Device interfaceBluetooth
Technical details
Colour of productBlack
LED indicators
Input device
Device typeSpecial
Gaming platforms supportedPlaystation 2
Gaming control technologyDigital
Gaming control function keysVibration on/off
Reflex vibration
Analog thumbsticks
Shoulder buttons

Reviews of Sony Playstation Move Starter Bundle
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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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 handlebars
You 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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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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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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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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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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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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Reviewed on 2010-09-20
When it comes to motion controlled gaming, there has really been only one key player. Nintendo has held the monopoly on the market for the past four years, but that has now changed. Sony has released its answer to the Nintendo Wii: a new motion control...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-17
As expected, Sony's Move is perfectly competent, hardware-wise, because Sony is a hardware company. But making games that mimic Nintendo's casual-friendly Wii party games is the wrong move. Instead, they need to focus on their true fanbase: The hardcore f...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-17
Motion control has been in our homes since late 2006 courtesy of Nintendo and was groundbreaking, yet highly risky at the time Wii console. Thankfully for Nintendo it worked and we bought into motion control, and the Wii (by the millions). Sony and Mi...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-17
Comfortable, intuitive controllers; nearperfect tracking with PlayStation Eye; huge range of motion; accurate and responsive internal components
Initial spate of compatible games is less than inspiring; getting four people fully outfitted to play will be expensive.
Sony's foray into the burgeoning motion control arena is finally here, and after a few weeks of testing, we're ready to pass judgment. Of course, the final verdict won't be reached until the full slate of Move enabled games comes out, but even at the o...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-14
Motion controls are here to stay, and love them or hate them, they will likely be around for quite some time in one way or another. Nintendo has paved the way with the Wii and now it's Sony and Microsoft's turn to take the virtual wheel, so to speak. S...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-01
Accurate motion sensing, Bundled with fun titles that demonstrate advanced motion sensing and control,
Launch titles will likely appeal only to casual gamers,
Motion-control-based gaming entered the mainstream with the introduction of the Nintendo Wii ($199.99, ) back in 2006. A game console that turned the gaming industry on its ear with its innovative controllers that let gamers interact with games using ...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-01
Motion control–based gaming entered the mainstream with the introduction of the Nintendo Wii back in 2006. A game console that turned the gaming industry on its ear with its innovative controllers that let users interact with games using wrist flips, a...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-01
Generally more accurate than Wii, Augmented reality potential, Sports Champions a compelling bundled title
The PlayStation Move. It's funny to think just 15 months have passed since Sony first unveiled its motion controller, and now we're mere weeks away from hitting the retail market. To be sure, it's not like the company didn't have waggle on the mind alread...
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Reviewed on 2010-10-21
Responsive and intuitive gameplay, handsome build quality, caters to all types of gamer
Setup 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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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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