Will move users have an advantage online?

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4 years ago#1
Was looking at some videos where the developer was talking about how shooting was made easy with the move controller,wouldn't that mean that if your playing someone with the controller they would have an advantage over you?
4 years ago#2
Same thing occurs in shooters apparently as they just have to point and click. I don't think it'll make much of a difference. Anticipate the lag (if there is any) in your releases and you'll do fine?
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4 years ago#3
It's probably only gonna be for unranked games. I wouldn't want to play a bball title with move controls because on defense, it's gonna get frustrating or on offense when you're trying to actually do post moves, dribble moves, floaters, etc... it's gonna be hard to get those down with the move control scheme.

I'll continue to use MOVE with other games. I never even touched NBA 2K11 with Move controls for the full year that I had it, lol.
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