“It’s not about reinventing the wheel, it’s about no wheel at all,” explained legendary director and producer Steven Spielberg. Those words were used to describe Project Natal. Natal, of course, is Microsoft’s bid to capture a piece of the market Nintendo originally sought out (and succeeded) back in 2006. And with Sony’s “anything-you-can-do-I-can-do-better” mentality, Microsoft isn’t embarking on this endeavor alone. At last year’s E3, both Sony and Microsoft announced their motion-control interfaces, codenamed Gem and Natal respectively. Is this the next step in the industry? One thing’s certain: the future of gaming is in motion.
Lame,… Sony and MS, you lost a long time ago, so much for all the fanboys who made fun of Nintendo. Hardcore = What Nintendo wants it to be 😛
Nintendo rules! I’ll admit, I wish Nin had HD graphics,… sure, and could push nicer 3D environments, but the lack of those isn’t enough for me to go with Sony or MS, the games on Nintendo, especially first party, are just TOO good!
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