Playstation 3 Move or XBOX 360 Kinect?

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  1. profile image59
    mrchiew.sgposted 8 years ago

    Playstation 3   Move or XBOX 360   Kinect?

    I'm torn between these two. Help!

  2. Mandeeadair profile image77
    Mandeeadairposted 8 years ago

    It really all depends on your preference.  I have little kids and that was a huge factor for me.  I love love love the kinect... smile … BOX-Kinect

    However, on the other side I have heard good things about the move.  I think in my overall choice it was the family factor and the fact that in general I have always like the Xbox better than the playstation 3.

  3. SimeyC profile image94
    SimeyCposted 8 years ago

    Both of course! The Kinect is a fantastic piece of hardware that really makes games fun to play - but so far there aren't that many hard-core games that take advantage of it - there's a lot of fitness games and sports games though - so if you use the console for the family it's a great thing!

    The Move is also very good, but is like a cross between the Wii and XBOX 360 - it's more accurate than both, but personally I find the Kinect more fun.

    If you can wait, I'd give it six months and see what games come out and see if there's a second generation of the Kinect....

    1. Shardul Kavale profile image54
      Shardul Kavaleposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      you are wrong the wii is more accurate than xbbox and move

  4. brandonakelly profile image60
    brandonakellyposted 8 years ago

    Alright man, quick 101 on Kinect and Move:

    Kinect: Kinect allows you to utilize your entire body and become the controller. Kinect is more than just a new way to game, it's a new way to interact with your system and spend time with your family.

    Move: Move is still a hands on product, much like the Wii with amped up graphics and more sensitivity when picking up your movements.. that's about it.

    Check out
    This will explain everything you need to know about Kinect and even give you a video of it's full usage.. hope this helps

  5. ns1209 profile image69
    ns1209posted 8 years ago

    Kinect is better as it is more unique and also allows multiplayer without any extra cost.  The Xbox is also cheaper and I feel Kinect offers a better experience compared to the Move which is very similar to what has been done before.
    However if you can afford both, why not get both!

    Check out -

  6. profile image59
    mrchiew.sgposted 8 years ago

    thanks guys! looks like kinect is the choice for most people out there!

  7. Shardul Kavale profile image54
    Shardul Kavaleposted 6 years ago

    see the wii is more perfect than xbox kinect and move.In move even if we move the motion stick very slightly it does its work.So it does not keep you fit althogh sony says it keeps you is wrong in thinking this.The wii is very accurate and keeps you become really sweaty while playing it.the xbox 360 kinect is good and advanced but it has very few games in which we have to play physically and also the games are very childish and boring.They say the kinect scans your whole body but it is is not accurate at all.

    so i say buy only wii.kinect and ps3 are garbage and should bethrown in dustbin.


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