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  • #2
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    Sounds great. Would just like to now know what games will be available but I guess we won't know anything about that sort of thing until the middle of next year.

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    • #3
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      As far as I am concerned Gamers will always want a controller in hand and would always go back to a controller if a more physical option was presented. It happened with the Wii and it'll happen with Natal. I'd love to see games intelligently implement motion controls to their gameplay but the ones that do so well are few and far between.

      Prove me wrong M$.

      And Felicia Day demo'd it. So regardless I'll buy one.

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      • #4
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        by the look of the videos it seems to work good, but you never know

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        • #5
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          Doesn't really attract me :/ how is it gonna be for fps games? once I see that I might change my mind going on how it looks.

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          • #6
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            Originally posted by [RET]AF|TexasJr
            Doesn't really attract me :/ how is it gonna be for fps games? once I see that I might change my mind going on how it looks.
            I don't think it will work very well with FPS. I don't think it's a 'one size fits all' type controller and will probably suck for fps. Maybe this is the reason why the Wii has had limited success with the FPS genre. It's also been said that there is a slight delay from your actions to them being performed in the game. That might be just because it's early in the development of Project Natal and I'm guessing speed isn't on the priority list just yet.

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            • #7
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              I remember hearing someone on the video where Sony announced their motion controller thing, saying that they had learnt with the eyetoy that some games you just can't do with just motion control and sensors. FPS being the prime example of that, Natal is to appeal to the mainstream and as a technical exercise really IMO, it will be cool and it's awesome to see how the technology has evolved but I can't see a practical use for it with the types of games most of us here like to play.

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              • #8
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                Looks like someone's having a go at FPS, or at least this cutscene from HL2. A new video popped up on Gizmodo of someone using Natal in HL2 > http://goo.gl/LaYK

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