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Hypocrisy by TomPreston Hypocrisy by TomPreston
Sony recently unveiled their final version of their rip-off of the Wiiís motion sensing technology and are calling it MOVE (because apparently ARC was copyrighted by Microsoft).

Almost immediately the Sony fanboys started declaring their OBVIOUS supremacy over the Wii users in the console wars. The same people who, for 4 years, have been laughing at Wii users and belittling them for using motion controls and waggle are now proclaiming that Sonyís MOVE is the most innovative and original idea on the face of the planet.

Wow... just... wow...

I know the image I used for the Wii is the black version which is only just NOW coming out, but I wanted an image that really drove the point home of how hypocritical the fans are being and the black Wiimote, Nunchuck and Motion Plus did just that.
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soulessone12 Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014
So true.... Even though the Wii remote is better in my opinion
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Passin Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2014
And gamers complain about lack of innovation...
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Wireframewizard Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2014
And now the PS3 Move is in store shelves collecting dust

How many games were released for the thing anyways? Like 3? 4? 
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raptordude115 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2014
Try 126 (including games that are gonna be released for it in the future, which is 14 so far).
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Wireframewizard Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2014
Really? I don't remember any of them...
That is a higher number than expected
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SuperRandomTurnip Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I remember seeing Sony claim at one point that they would "never" copy the "stupid lollipop" that is the Wii control, but four years later, Sony takes the Wii Remote and sticks a ball at the end, tears off the Nunchuck wire, and makes their pathetically disguised "Nunchuck" much less user-friendly. The PlayStation Move, (awkward name) if anything, looks even more like a lollipop!
You talk too much! 
On the other hand, at least tries to disguise with imitations of Nintendo Almighty's innovations.
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Herox95 Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:icontruthplz: Yeah, true mate.
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Mountainlord92 Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2013
It's funny because its true.

The joke also works by inserting kinnect in the third panel....
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AnonymousGX Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013
The thing is, when a new idea comes out, it's usually the first of a generation and either declared silly or groundbreaking. I, a Nintendo fan all the way through, saw the Wii as groundbreaking, especially when compared to older systems that attempted motion controls like Nintendo's Power Glove, the Sega Activator, etc. However, Sony and Microsoft saw their innovation and rode the wave. While they may have 'upgraded' or even reinvented Nintendo's basic idea, few games were released exclusively for their motion control systems, and few of those were highly acclaimed and bought.
Here's another example. I don't remember too much; I only saw a small article with few details. But a few months after hearing about the WiiU and Gamepad, another company (forgot which) made an update which allows its system to be controlled by a tablet or ?IPad?. Rather than wait a long time, like they did for motion control, they jumped on the wave before it crested.

While 'mature' gamers may flock to Sony and Microsoft, those who have high standards for gaming, as well as family values, stay true to the father of video games, Nintendo.
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GeneralEagleEye Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
So agree man. especially with that last paragraph.
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