Motion control shoes are the most rigid shoes. They are designed to be inflexible because they are meant to limit over pronation. They are generally heavy, but durable. Many are built upon a straight last, and may have a dual density mid sole, with the denser material on the inside of the foot to help correct forpronation. Primarily, motion control shoes are for over-pronators and heavier people. Often people with flat feet do well in these shoes. The PROBLEM with most motion control shoes is that they tend to have a thick heel which makes walking in them the same as walking uphill with every step.
Actually there is no one best shoe. But the best shoe for your foot is the the one that fits you best, the one that gives you the proper support, flexibility, cushioning, and compensates for any stride problems you may have, such as over pronation. Each person's feet are different and unlike. Take all advice with a grain of salt and find a shoe fitting expert to help you find the shoe that is best for your walking distance, speed, style, and surface as well as your weight and stride.