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Kinect ruined my Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor

Geek writes: In a perfect world, this would be an article about how the creators of SB:HA rose to the occasion, embraced the Kinect motion controller, and made the mech battle game even more intense and immersive. A game that used modern technology to bypass the need for a very expensive controller that you can only use with this one game in order to fully appreciate it.

Instead, I’m going to tell you about a horribly executed opening sequence that ended in my inability to complete the mandatory tutorial after over an hour of trying.

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Morrigan-Aensland1391d ago (Edited 1391d ago )

Kinect ruined Xbox gaming in general.

I remember silly people saying that ps move is rubbish because it isn't forced as the only controller options in a lot of games. The beauty of the move is that its an option in a lot of games like resistance 3 killzone 3 and a lot of games where it works well but the regular dual shock can be used also. Steel battalion is a proper game with rubbish controls.

Why do people even game on other platforms unless they don't have any other choice.

Ps. PlayStation

cstyle1391d ago

people didn't go and buy the move to play games that they can already play with the regular controller. Its good to have options but what about those unique experiences they promised a few years back?

Steel Battalion could of been better if it had more options. This is capcoms fault for omitting that. You can only blame the hardware for so long. Say what you want but kinect does have some successful original titles and move is still struggling to find its way. Sony and third parties are totally ignoring it. Kinect is actually paying off for ms and the next version should be a huge improvement with the extra processing power. We may not see a move sequel because people just really arent into it anymore.

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Dlacy13g1391d ago

Correction, Capcom ruined SB:HA.