Forza 3 game director Dan Greenawalt says he and the Turn 10 team are immensely excited at the prospect of working with Microsoft's motion sensing Natal device.
"The moment we saw Natal, everybody was buzzing. There's so much potential for what we could do here," Greenawalt told CVG at a recent Forza event.
"A controller for you and me is natural. We saw Natal and we don't know if it'll take ten years, or five years, but the potential for me and my team to not only do some really cool gameplay mechanics but also to get people who are intimidated by controller excited is immense. It's like a revolution," he added.
But the head tracking announcement Polyphony confirmed for Gran Turismo 5 doesn't excite Greenawalt so much. "Head tracker IR has been around for like seven years," he said.