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The Grinder Using Sony's Arc Controller?

IGN fired off a query to High Voltage and the company's leaders all but confirmed that the PS3 iteration of the game will support the device.

"All we can say is we have development kits in-house and it is an amazing device," said HVS CEO Kerry Ganofsky.

"It works exactly as advertised," added chief creative officer Eric Nofsinger.

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D4RkNIKON3155d ago (Edited 3155d ago )

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@below The demonstration at E3 was enough for me. MS decided to show off Natal behind closed doors (ie. no cameras to capture flaws or lag) so instead they had a prerecorded video simulating the idea behind Project Natal. http://www.youtube.com/watc... Sony had a full on tech demo on stage proving 1:1 motion capture in a 3d space. http://www.youtube.com/watc... Natal requires a lot of room for you to move around, the wii and now PS3 could be played in small spaces or even your couch.

sinncross3155d ago

When I heard this was multiplatform I just knew the Arc would be involved.

Its great to see hat the devs think the device has potential.

DeforMAKulizer3155d ago

"It works exactly as advertised," added chief creative officer Eric Nofsinger.

Wow... Nice to finally see some feedback and appreciation from first-hand testing at developers!
Im happy HVS went multiplatform... Their games are awesome, and i would love to see how they would abuse the power offered by the 360 and the PS3, after what they did with the Wii by itself!! =D
GDC can't come soon enough!

jalen2473154d ago

"All we can say is we have development kits in-house and it is an amazing device," said HVS CEO Kerry Ganofsky.

"It works exactly as advertised," added chief creative officer Eric Nofsinger.

That's all I needed to hear. I knew it was going to work well based off the live E3 demonstrations.

Sony is going to have a monster year with HD 3D gaming and the best motion controls (in my opinion).