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GameSpot: Project Natal Software Impressions

GameSpot writes: "Later on, Milo asked the woman to help him go fishing. The view moved to the end of a virtual pier, and looking down into the water, the woman was able to see her reflection on the water's surface. Fish could be seen swimming, and by waving her hands in front of the TV screen, the woman could form ripples on the onscreen water. After this, the woman drew a fish on a piece of paper. She held it up briefly to Natal, where Milo almost instantaneously recognised the image and its color". (Project Natal, Xbox 360)

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