> I've never used a PS Move thingy before so correct me if I'm wrong, but they don't
> have an analog stick, right? So that means your only way of getting around in games
> like DOOM VFR is to point somewhere and teleport there instead of just being able
> to walk there? That alone makes me think the Move controllers are inferior, at least
> in that game.
The move don't have analog sticks. But with the way everything works, it's different.
On some games, you look where you want to walk and just hold down the button on one of the move controllers, and to turn, just press one of the two buttons to turn left or right.
Also, some games also have it set up where you hold a move button and you move the move controller up to move back, hold it down to go straight, left, right etc.
Your thinking about it in a normal sense, but in vr it's totally different.
Also a couple of games I have played, I hold the main button on both move controllers and move both controllers left and right to turn, and then look where you want to move and hold down the button.
It's very intuitive, and many games have lots of setups that you can work with.
I got both of my move controllers used from gamestop for $24 each.
Also what's very nice about them, is that with move, in vr you can control each hand in many games, so like shooting games, you can shoot at two different locations at once, but not with the DS4.
It really helps with immersion, plus you don't need the DS4 to operate thr main menu on the ps4 to change games or settings, or send messages, etc as you can do all of that with a move controller
Edit, to answer your question, just about all games where you move around have both an option for teleporting and smooth movement. And yes you can have smooth movement with move controllers.
Bit also, if you are new to vr, I would never recommend you to use smooth movement right away, as I would almost say that it's a sure fire way to get sick. You have to work up your vr legs first