Haven’t bought a Move yet? Amazon has the starter bundle, which includes the Move controller, Sports Champions, and the PS Eye for under $50. The navigation wand is usually around $20. Some brick and mortar stores might have it for less. Another option is to purchase the LittleBigPlanet 2 SE Move Bundle on Amazon. This bundle features LittleBigPlanet 2 SE, the Move controller, PS Eye, and the Navigation controller for $90, which is a decent deal. There is also the Deadmund's Quest Bundle that comes with Move controller, PS Eye, Sport Champions, and Deadmund's Quest for around $90. Not a PS3 owner yet? There are a few PS3 console bundles that include the Move. Any of these options will get curious gamers started in the right direction.
Two of the best games on the Move are also on sale right now. Sorcery is $10 on Amazon and its a great game, much better than Fable: The Journey. The strange and oddly appealing Wonderbook: Book of Spells is also on sale for $20, although I am sure it was on sale for $10 a few days ago. The Wonderbook just looks fun although it is aimed more at the younger audience.
If you are looking to get more from your Move for either solo or multiplayer gaming, here are a few more suggestions of games that support the Move. Some of the better games include LittleBigPlanet 2 and recently released LittleBigPlanet Karting, Heavy Rain, Resident Evil 5, PS Move Heroes, House of the Dead Series, No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise, Just Dance 3, and Resistance 3. There are several PSN games that make use of the move as well as several sports games, which include MLB 11 and 12: The Show, NBA 2K12 and 2K13, Virtual Tennis, Tiger Woods PGA 11-13. Some of the other Move supported games include 007: Goldeneye Reloaded, Tintin, inFAMOUS 2, Just Dance 3, Killzone 3, Portal 2, and the Sly Collection. Personally, I’ve used the Move with Resistance 3, LittleBigPlanet Karting, and Resident Evil 5. The controls were the most akward for Resistance 3 but they worked. Gamers cannot go wrong with using the Move while playing sports games, fps, or rail shooters.
Most of these games don’t require gamers to just use the Move. The Dualshock 3 is supported just in case the Move controls aren’t to gamers liking. In part, I wish the Move had more support and Sony had marketed the accessory better. The Kinect is very successful partially due to the fact it is something different than what was already out on the market. Sony had to sell its motion controls to gamers who had already seen what the Wii could do.
If you have a lot of gatherings in your home and the PS3 is your primary console it might be worth looking into getting a PS Move and several additional Move wands. The accessory can be a great asset for multiplayer and at this rate the price is only going to continue to drop. There seems to be some demand for the games still on Goozex if you are looking to trade some of the Move supported titles. The question is, will the PS4 support the Move or is this going to be something that dies with the next generation?