From what has been offered so far, The Fight: Lights Out is probably the most core centric PlayStation Move game released thus far. The game is by far more than a tech demo as it presents terrific motion controls that are combined with gameplay that requires a lot of skill and dedication. There are a few problems present in The Fight like iffy head tracking and a so-so presentation, but the gameplay really delivers the experience of being a street fighter and an eventual fighting champion.
The PlayStation Move controls are spot on for the most part and add a ton of immersion to the game. Danny Trejo is awesome. Building up the stats of my fighter took a while, but I found it to be really satisfying. The training exercises are executed rather well and further highlight the prowess of the PlayStation Move.
Visually, the art style is a bit drab at times. There’s no character to any of the combatants at all, which is a bit of a letdown. When the game begins, the stats of your fighter are almost a bit too low. Head tracking could be improved a lot as its barely passable right now.
While the PlayStation Move is still in its infancy as far as how far the tech is being pushed, the results we’ve seen thus far are extremely promising. Like any toddler, things may be a bit shaky at first but once certain abilities kick in, it’s nothing but smooth sailing which will lead to a golden future.