Now that Sony has their answer to the Wii remote and nunchuck it's time for unnecessary plastic controller housings to add that extra dose of reality to games like SOCOM 4, Killzone 3, and Dead Space Extraction. You've already spent $US49.99 on the Move controller and $US29.99 on the navigator. You might as well add on the extra $US39.99 the Sharp Shooter will run you once it comes out in February.
What does $US40 buy, besides a shiny plastic shell? You get an adjustable shoulder stock, a digital trigger, a firing mode selector and "realistic" pump action. Sony's peripheral product manager Anand Agarwal says it "will truly offer the most intuitive and immersive control experience ever found in a shooter game". Sounds fancy!
Me, I'll just stick to the Dualshock 3. Perhaps I'll grab the new Jungle Green colour coming out in February to coincide with the launch of Killzone 3.
New PlayStation Move Sharp Shooter Attachment [PlayStation Blog]