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Topic # 72577 29-Nov-2010 16:49
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As anyone had any luck buying a MOVE controller lately?  I've been everywhere and everyone is sold out, even online you can't find one.

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  Reply # 410771 29-Nov-2010 16:51
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are you looking for the starter pack of the move controller by itself?

I think the Warehouse in Porirua or Wellington central has a start pack...

Otherwise:
Playtech.co.nz has them in stock online




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  Reply # 410773 29-Nov-2010 16:59
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already have the starter pack, just want another controller.
No luck for just a controller on Playtech, damm it 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 410807 29-Nov-2010 18:30
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mightyape is telling customers that the move is sold out in NZ and the supplier will not have any til early next year.

http://www.mightyape.co.nz/product/PS3/PlayStation-Move-Motion-Controller/4718656/

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  Reply # 410809 29-Nov-2010 18:36
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They had stock in JBHiFi in central welly, and i'm sure i saw them in Dick Smiths near cuba too.

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  Reply # 410817 29-Nov-2010 18:58
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You could always ask your local video store. I know of one store that's selling their Move controllers as no one has hired them yet.

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