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Submitted by Cyrus365 1667d ago | preview

Joystiq TGS 2009: Body-on: Project Natal (with Space Invaders Extreme)

Joystiq writes: "Explaining Project Natal's mantra of fun and accessibility can't be the easiest task in the world, especially since it has to be done while ricocheting about in front of a motion-detecting camera. And despite that, creative director Kudo Tsunoda makes it look easy, calmly elaborating on Natal's goals and features while he dances about in a room full of journalists." (natal, Project Natal, Space Invaders Extreme, Space Invaders Extreme 2, Xbox 360)

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