Does Resident Evil 4 HD have Playstation Move Support?

#1 Posted by iamtirrrred (115 posts) -

If it does, I will buy it again; just to have a reason to use my Move Controllers.

#2 Edited by iDarktread (1189 posts) -
@iamtirrrred: No, it doesn't appear to have PlayStation Move support. Just punching "resident evil 4" and "move support" into Google came up with a bunch of complaints. Since Move is not mentioned in the Store Update, it probably isn't included. 

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#3 Posted by Redbullet685 (6083 posts) -

Maybe someday they will patch it in, or release it as a $5 dlc. That would be cool, at least.

#4 Posted by RaikohBlade (593 posts) -

I'm glad it doesn't have Move support, it forces people to play the game how it was meant to be played. Motion controls are a blight upon hardcore gaming! Though they are fun in a casual or party environment, of course.

#5 Edited by iDarktread (1189 posts) -
@RaikohBlade: Resident Evil 4 with Wii motion control is arguably the best way to play the game.  
 
I don't know of many T or M rated games, aside from Call of Duty, that have "casual" single player -- that's with or without motion controls. The Wii version is the definitive version.
#6 Posted by RaikohBlade (593 posts) -

@iDarktread said:

@RaikohBlade: Resident Evil 4 with Wii motion control is arguably the best way to play the game.

I don't know of many T or M rated games, aside from Call of Duty, that have "casual" single player -- that's with or without motion controls. The Wii version is the definitive version.

I don't think motion controls can be quite as precise as thumbsticks. Without that excellent precision a thumbstick offers, any shooter game becomes inferior when it's played with motion controls. I understand the novelty of it, but the precision loss is too frustrating for me. Also, I played the original Gamecube version to death, and to me that's the way people should experience the game. Of course, if someone absolutely adores motion controls, their opinion will be different.

#7 Posted by SethPhotopoulos (5401 posts) -

@RaikohBlade said:

@iDarktread said:

@RaikohBlade: Resident Evil 4 with Wii motion control is arguably the best way to play the game.

I don't know of many T or M rated games, aside from Call of Duty, that have "casual" single player -- that's with or without motion controls. The Wii version is the definitive version.

I don't think motion controls can be quite as precise as thumbsticks. Without that excellent precision a thumbstick offers, any shooter game becomes inferior when it's played with motion controls. I understand the novelty of it, but the precision loss is too frustrating for me. Also, I played the original Gamecube version to death, and to me that's the way people should experience the game. Of course, if someone absolutely adores motion controls, their opinion will be different.

I understand that you may not want to use motion controls but it is only an option that wouldn't effect you if you wanted to use a controller. To be happy they took out an OPTION that many people enjoyed and can be enhanced with a more precise version of the motion controls is odd. Why should people be forced to play with a controller when the game has had the option to use motion controls. And when you think about it a Dual Shock 3/360 controller isn't necessarily the same as a Gamecube controller. So by your logic everyone would have to buy the gamecube version and take out their Gamecubes and Wiis to play it if they want "the true RE4 experience."

#8 Posted by RaikohBlade (593 posts) -

@SethPhotopoulos said:

@RaikohBlade said:

@iDarktread said:

@RaikohBlade: Resident Evil 4 with Wii motion control is arguably the best way to play the game.

I don't know of many T or M rated games, aside from Call of Duty, that have "casual" single player -- that's with or without motion controls. The Wii version is the definitive version.

I don't think motion controls can be quite as precise as thumbsticks. Without that excellent precision a thumbstick offers, any shooter game becomes inferior when it's played with motion controls. I understand the novelty of it, but the precision loss is too frustrating for me. Also, I played the original Gamecube version to death, and to me that's the way people should experience the game. Of course, if someone absolutely adores motion controls, their opinion will be different.

I understand that you may not want to use motion controls but it is only an option that wouldn't effect you if you wanted to use a controller. To be happy they took out an OPTION that many people enjoyed and can be enhanced with a more precise version of the motion controls is odd. Why should people be forced to play with a controller when the game has had the option to use motion controls. And when you think about it a Dual Shock 3/360 controller isn't necessarily the same as a Gamecube controller. So by your logic everyone would have to buy the gamecube version and take out their Gamecubes and Wiis to play it if they want "the true RE4 experience."

There isn't a big difference between the thumbsticks of different controllers like there is with motion controls, but that's besides the point. I merely have a very hardcore mentality for these kinds of games that have a legacy like RE4. If I were in charge of RE4 and I had crafted it with my own vision, playtesting it to near perfection, I would most definitely not implement motion controls. It may affect the balance of the game, and it wouldn't be how I would want people to play my game. Yes, I would even go so far as to deny the option of motion controls to people that want them, just to preserve my vision of this game. But really, this is just my opinion, and you don't have to agree with me.

#9 Posted by SethPhotopoulos (5401 posts) -

@RaikohBlade: I'm just trying to bring up a counter point which was that you have no say in how this game was meant to be played.

#10 Posted by RaikohBlade (593 posts) -

@SethPhotopoulos said:

@RaikohBlade: I'm just trying to bring up a counter point which was that you have no say in how this game was meant to be played.

Of course I have no say, only the actual developers do. But I can have my opinion~

#11 Posted by RE_Player1 (7526 posts) -

That would require Capcom to actually do work. That being said I just bought the game because it was $10.

#12 Posted by SethPhotopoulos (5401 posts) -

@RaikohBlade: Of course you can have an opinion but they can called into question to be used for intellectual discussion or debate.

#13 Posted by RaikohBlade (593 posts) -

@SethPhotopoulos: My opinion has been called into question, and has fulfilled its purpose of being used for discussion. I gave my reasons, and you gave yours, and we both now understand each other a little bit better. Isn't that nice? Forums can be a nice place after all.

#14 Posted by SethPhotopoulos (5401 posts) -

@RaikohBlade: Slow high five.

#15 Posted by LordAltmer (11 posts) -

Real pity that they missed this

#16 Posted by OllyOxenFree (4985 posts) -

All you're getting is an up-scaled version of RE4, son.

#17 Posted by Hizang (8532 posts) -
@Redbullet685

Maybe someday they will patch it in, or release it as a $5 dlc. That would be cool, at least.

Them charging for that would be very uncool!

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