Kinect for Xbox demos in Tokyo, we talk with a skeptical expert

 

“the original pioneer in motion controller gaming, Nintendo,”

WRONG. wrong!

Excuse me but the PSEye on for the PS2 was (IMO) the original pioneer in motion controller gaming, I mean, Natal is basically just like the next gen version of it.

comment Aradoth – September 20, 2010 @ 03:09 pm PDT

OK. the Nintendo Wii forced Microsoft and Sony to play ball in the motion controlled gaming field. I have personally owned a Wii; returned the console and kept with my Xbox 360 and PS3. Microsoft has taken a giant step forward with Kinect; I have personally played with the system and think that is being under-hyped. I will be buying one for my kids and keepi……oops. Can’t wait for November.

comment Facebook User – September 20, 2010 @ 09:09 pm PDT

Gee Whiz! I’m sure EXCITED! especially with comments like:

“… it’ll be even more interesting to watch what […] others do with future generations of this technology.”

How many pieces of old, badly-designed, unsupported pieces of Microslop hardware do I already own? will this one fare any better? sure doesn’t sound like it, especially from a simple fps perspective.

I’ll wait for Apple to release their new iPads that this supposedly will outsell– (Ya, RIGHT!).

Microsoft is a feeble-minded, over-grown Ape. Surprised their employees have opposing thumbs.

comment SirAssClown – September 21, 2010 @ 09:09 pm PDT

Kinect for Xbox demos in Tokyo, we talk with a skeptical expert


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