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1. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 01:30 GMT
There has been some mixed opinions about project natal, what's yours?
2. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 01:32 GMT
The next big thing to hit Video Games honestly... as Molyneux has said and showed, there are a lot of great stuff that can be done with it... Fable 3 will be a blast to play with it no doubt about it, I think it will be a day-1 buy for me.
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3. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 01:33 GMT
It might revolutionize gaming and Microsoft's sales, and it might be way too expensive and unsupported and crash and burn.So it could go either way.
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4. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 01:39 GMT
I think I've had enough motion sensor gaming for one lifetime. Unless it starts supporting some genuinely good games instead of a bunch of crappy minigames, I have no intention of purchasing it.
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5. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 01:39 GMT
The biggest proof along Zune and Windows Vista that MS, unlike Apple, Google and Nintendo doesn't know a damn about making products to make customers. I hope it crashes and burn like the PSP GO (EDIT: sorry I overreacted <_<)
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6. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 01:40 GMT
Peter Molyneux confirmed Fable 3 will have Natal support, and a bunch of developers are already working on it too... among them, Gears of War developer Epic Games and Halo developer Bungie
7. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 01:46 GMT
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8. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 01:46 GMT
Wait, I didn't know that apple, Google, and Nintendo had products that made customers So they can do that but can't make them print money?
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9. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 01:48 GMT
I'm going to reserve judgement until I see how games work with it. I'm skeptical, but interested.
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10. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 01:51 GMT
When I saw the guy at E3 "Well BAM there it is" I lost hope.
11. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 02:00 GMT
I don't think it'll work too good...
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12. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 02:01 GMT
Could be a huge success, if carried out correctly. But if not, it could be the biggest flop in gaming history.
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13. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 02:01 GMT
Looks innovative enough.
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14. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 02:49 GMT
I'd like to see how Natal is going to pick up the movement of a single finger (you know, like what happens when you pull a trigger). If it can't do that, it won't be doing much revolutionizing.
Though the concept is very interesting, and I hope the Wii comes out with something of the sort, coupled with the Wiimote.
Edited on Mon 30th November, 2009 @ 02:50 by Thomas_Joseph
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15. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 03:14 GMT
looks cool enough with allot of good developers behind it.
also even though i prefer the Ipod the Zune is one of the best media players on the market.
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16. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 03:20 GMT
Is incredible how many dismiss what teh Wiimote has done to gaming. It break the walls that separated many potential gamers from gaming...and is not revolutionary enough?
Also, how can you say that Natal can be better? NOBODY HASN'T SEE A DARN THING! Just supposedly leaked (HAH!) documents and elitists develiopers saying poetic stuff about it.
And the GAMES?! The REAL USERS using the thing? where are they? enough of glorified developers, what about the customers?
Also, the wii mote made gaming accessible to non-gamers. How on earth a very expensive thing that requires a huge space and like 4 cameras around for using it be accessible?!
Also we have the WM+ which changes everything and the balance board that keeps selling a lot?
Isn't that enough!?
17. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 03:31 GMT
they had the katmari tech demo at TGS and the burnout demo on Late Night with jimmy fallon. Also no one dismiss the wii its just that why the business is about hardware wise one upping the competition. I mainly have faith becuase that guy who invented the wii head tracking is working on this and some other tech down at the soft.
18. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 03:32 GMT
no, is not enough... nobody is dismissing the Wiimote, but Natal is NOT the same as the Wiimote, it isn't a cheap knockoff (cough Sony's ugly wand thingy cough), it's a completely different paradigm...
The Wii Remote is the next step of game controllers... but Natal is the next step of controlling a system, without controllers! they are quite different, and have different uses and need different approaches...also, Natal's prototype doesn't look THAT big, to be honest, looks very small if you take into account all it has inside... dedicated CPU, 2 high-res 3D cameras, a very good mic for voice recognition, etc.
Also, they did a live presentation of it at E3, that convinced me of how truly unique Natal is...
19. Posted: Mon 30th Nov 2009 04:00 GMT
no, is not enough... nobody is dismissing the Wiimote, but Natal is NOT the same as the Wiimote, it isn't a cheap knockoff (cough Sony's ugly wand thingy cough), it's a completely different paradigm...The Wii Remote is the next step of game controllers... but Natal is the next step of controlling a system, without controllers! they are quite different, and have different uses and need different approaches...also, Natal's prototype doesn't look THAT big, to be honest, looks very small if you take into account all it has inside... dedicated CPU, 2 high-res 3D cameras, a very good mic for voice recognition, etc.Also, they did a live presentation of it at E3, that convinced me of how truly unique Natal is...
It is a knockoff, but I wouldn't call it a cheap knockoff. More of an, advancement to it. The PlayStation Eye did the same thing, but it wasn't nearly as sensitive.