The war is already won!
what war sony and nintendo offer completely different experiences and i don't wanna here all this rubbish again get over it there just for games. so what if sony have made this it just goes to show what nintendo have done is good, so whats the problem
I like war and competition, keeps the prices reasonable. And for us anyway, will just add another site WiiHDhacks or something like that...:D. Sonyhacks? haha lol
I'd just ask for my 10% if they bit my ideas...Royalties:D
LOL probably old enough to be your dad mate.
so trust me i know all about the clashes but this generation seems to be nothing more then a few muppets trying to rub people up the wrong way.
Sony didn't design this and from what I have read Sony decided against using this.
looks like motion control will be standard on future consoles. seeing how far sixaxis went as far as title availability, maybe sixsense will have a handfull of available games that will justify spending the pricetag for it (which i'm sure is less than frugal). or maybe not. i don't own a ps3, and by the looks of it, i might as well save my money for the next generation. if wii2 or wiiHD or wtf ever its called actually hits stores in 2011, i think it will be too soon.
You can love the Wii and hate the PS3 (like many do), but don't get mad because Sony decides to build upon a technology made popular by Nintendo... maybe they will make some advances that will help out the Wii in the long run... you never know!:D
Microsoft Unveils Motion Controls for Xbox Consoles
June 1 (Bloomberg) -- Microsoft Corp. will enable gamers to control Xbox 360 machines with body motions instead of hand-held controllers, a bid to gain an edge on Nintendo Co.ís market leading Wii.
Xbox 360 consoles, including those already sold, will be able to track gestures and recognize voice commands and facial movements, Shane Kim, an Xbox vice president, said today in an interview. The features rely on a box with motion and voice sensors.
Code-named Natal, the product lets Microsoft take on the Wiiís motion-sensing controller, a feature that has helped Nintendo sell more than 50 million Wii units. That compares with 30 million for the Xbox 360. Natal also gives Redmond, Washington-based Microsoft a way to keep the Xbox 360 fresh without having to resort to unveiling an all-new console, which would hurt profit.
Microsoft, which introduced Natal at the E3 show in Los Angeles today, isnít disclosing when the product will be available, except to say it wonít be this year, Kim said. Natalís features go further than the Wiiís rather than copying them, he said.
ďThis is not about competing with the Wii. This is about taking the industry to the next frontier,Ē Kim said. ďIf we had come out with a motion controller, it would be fair to criticize us for being derivative and chasing Nintendo.Ē
LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL They are so scared the community will see them as ripoffs, they have to make a statment about how they are not. This is just silly that to catch up with Nintendo and put a dent in their sales they are going to release motion control on the 360. First avatars now this, jesus M$ calm down.