With the Playstation Move being as hot as it is, everyone is scrambling to get their hands on them. Fortunately, the Playstation Move bundles
are far from being sold out. In this article I want to show you the differences between the two, and how to figure out which one is going to be the right decision for you and your situation. On the surface, with one coming with the console and the other not, it might seem obvious. However, there are some specific situations that make the line between the two a bit more blurry.
If you already have a new PS3 Slim console, and are happy with its size, the Starter bundle is going to be the best choice for you. It comes with the Wand, Sports Champions, and the Playstation Eye. If you were to go out and buy everything separately, piecing together this bundle will cost you about $130. Buying the bundle is only going to set you back under $100! That's some pretty instant savings, and you get everything that you need to start playing Move right away. Games that are designed for Move are going to cost around $40, and the bigger budget games are going to be the regular price of $60.
If you have a new PS3 Slim console, and are happy with its size, the Console bundle is not for you. However, if you have an older model, or (gasp!) not have a PS3 at all, this is one of the cheapest ways to buy a PS3. The details are still being worked out for what size the hard drive is going to be, but all indicators are looking like it will be the new 150GB size, which is more than enough for most gamers. All in all, this Console bundle is only going to be $400, which is a fantastic price for such an awesome piece of hardware.
With all of the great Move games
that are slated to come out over the next six or eight months, it's going to be pretty hard to get. Getting your bundle as quickly as possible is one of the easiest ways to make sure that you're not stuck waiting.