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Gamespot: Project Natal Hands-On Impressions

When Microsoft first revealed Project Natal at E3, the publisher called it a "revolutionary new way to play." Just how revolutionary this technology is remains to be seen, but what Gamespot does know is that both publishers and developers are already expressing enthusiasm for Natal and its capabilities. They had a chance to try it out for ourselves in a behind-closed-doors hands-on session at this year's Tokyo Game Show. (natal, Project Natal, Xbox 360)

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