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Submitted by Cyrus365 1750d ago | news

G4TV TGS 09: Music Game Dev Keiichi Yano Excited For Project Natal, Mum On Projects

G4TV writes: "Microsoft hasn't revealed much more about Project Natal since its grand unveiling at E3, but its been well established that many developers have kits from Microsoft that have allowed them to start playing around with ideas for the device. Elite Beat Agents and Lips creator Keiichi Yano, co-founder of music games-driven Japanese developer iNiS, is very excited about Natal. Yano told Billy Berghammer in an interview this week that motion controls have a very important place in the future of music games and it sounds like he's going to be at the forefront of this." (Elite Beat Agents, Elite Beat Agents 2, Lips, Lips: Number One Hits, Nintendo DS, Xbox 360)

Pumbli  +   1750d ago
Wait...
If Natal is the future of music games... Can we do the air guitar in Rock Band and show our crazy dance moves to Milo?

This just keeps getting better and better.
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