VG Blogger: Flex-Fire Review

 

Matt Litten of VG Blogger Reviewed Flex-Fire.  His Top Comments Follow:
“This is important for a number of reasons, but the main benefit is that it allows for the comfort of reclined gaming. With the Sharp Shooter or one of its competing attachments, you can play seated with the rifle resting lightly on your knees, but [...]

Kotaku: Flex-Fire Review by Owen Good

 

Here are the Top Quotes from the Article:
“While your aim is very accurate and can be tuned without overcorrection, users will see the most difference in looking and taking corners.”
“Doing this with a Flex-Fire is much easier, as aiming/looking can now be manipulated with just one hand. With rigid guns I still get into situations [...]

Playstation Universe Impressions: Flex-Fire (PSU.com)

Malcom of Playstation Universe tried out Flex-Fire and this impressions article followed.  Top 5 Comments from the article :
“It’s surprising how such small adjustments make such a big difference.”
“… when it comes to accuracy, the Flex-Fire by Prodagen aims to conquer all other Move rifles.”
“This (flex) allows for the player to make slight adjustments to [...]

PS3Blog.net Hands on Review: Flex-Fire

Hands on Review by premiersoupirof PS3Blog.net
Top 5 Quotes from the article:
“The Flex-Fire is a fine system that addresses a major concern in the usefulness of rifle accessories for motion control when one is competing at the highest levels.”
“…I can tell you with certainty that in the world of MAG, at least, most of the top-tier [...]

Movemodo.com First Impressions: Flex-Fire

Christopher Ingram of Movemodo put Flex-Fire to the test and had many good feedback!
My top 5 quotes from the article:
“Placing our hands on Flex-Fire for the first time came with initial ‘wows’ all around.”
“…as soon as the bolt is disengaged the innovation becomes apparent.”
“..as well as other advantages that the flexible barrel bring as well: faster [...]