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If you had both consoles (Xbox and PS3), would you want move or kinect?

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asked 13 years ago in GeneralGeneral by adamski11 Adept (789 points)   6 22

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Kinect of course.

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Kinect without a doubt, there is nothing else like it and the work people are doing with it beyond gaming is astounding.

 

From a strictly gaming point of view, I'm disapointed Kinect is more kid and fluffy mini game focused at the moment, but the potential is there - imagine an RTS like star craft being controlled minority report style with just waving your hands? gold
answered 13 years ago by shoricsmat Grandmaster (12,671 points)   6 11 46
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I would choose move because its generally cheaper and its just as fun as kinect IMO
answered 13 years ago by drakaenae King (41,339 points)   5 9 79
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First of all Kinect looks better, but for Move are better games and  it is more precise.
answered 13 years ago by Elrapt Journeyman (691 points)   16
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Kinect, hands down.  The move controls just seem tacked onto PS3 games, like those included in Killzone 3 that make it play like FPS's on the Wii.

It's more unique, and the depth camera is downright awesome.
answered 13 years ago by mrtowel Prince (27,434 points)   8 18 41
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While Kinect has plenty of potential the current games on the market are not that great. The move on the other hand cost less and has better games at the moment.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_games_compatible_with_PlayStation_Move

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Kinect_games
answered 13 years ago by free Mercenary (1,458 points)   1 13
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Looking into the future, I see Kinect having more capability for creativity. There's a lot of really cool things I can see being done with that technology
answered 13 years ago by Scrantonicity83 Journeyman (749 points)   6
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I would want the Kinect, because it has so many uses outside of gaming. People have begun to use the Kinect to create self piloting helicpoters and Minority Report styled interfaces.
answered 13 years ago by kodiakus Journeyman (644 points)   6
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As someone who has used the kinect, I can honestly say that it is an awesome toy and worth buying. I havene't heard the same about the PS3 Move.
answered 13 years ago by BobDorian Hero (3,769 points)   2 7 34
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I have both with both, so I would have to say YES.
answered 13 years ago by onephatkatt Journeyman (608 points)   4
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Kinect of course.
answered 13 years ago by xboxer King (32,462 points)   6 11 48
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Neither are getting the support that is expected. However, Kinect is selling much better than Move (most recent numbers are over 10 million sold for Kinect versus 8 million shipped for Move), so if the publishers had a choice, they'd probably support the Kinect

answered 13 years ago by Saffir Journeyman (634 points)   5
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I may be biased, because I only have a 360 and Kinect, but definitely the Kinect. While the Move is somewhat cool, it's more of an improvement to what the Wii already has. The Kinect uses your whole body to a good effect and I think some cool games will come of it.
answered 13 years ago by funymunky Journeyman (630 points)   1
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Kinect for sure!
answered 13 years ago by Haloweeboe Champion (5,146 points)   2 8 19
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Both I wouldn't really get because I'm content with my PC for now. If I had to, I guess I would take the Kinect. Move doesn't really seem to be anything much.
answered 13 years ago by Alchemistlord Mercenary (1,154 points)   3 15

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