Medal of Honor senior creative director Richard Farrelly believes it is "inevitable" that motion technology will one day become the norm for video gaming.
i don't mind as long as you can still use traditional controllers
I couldn't say goodbye to my PS3/360 controllers!
It would be the end to alot of genres, motion has a place in some games but not every game. Maybe once games become in depth with motion like the movie GAMER or like the startrek Holodeck, Only then.....maybe.
Yeah as long as I get to keep my traditional controllers I'm happy
I actually agree with this. I'll be sad if we never see the controllers we've been accustomed to, though.
Well, yeah, but haven't we all thought that since the 80's?
I think it will be the norm for consoles to have motion control tech, but it will not become the only way to control games, we will still have our traditional way of controlling games then in combination or coupled with motion controlling. Its not a replacement, an addition, or enhancement perhaps.
no way, im not gonna buy with the hype of fail motion controls. KB+Mouse is da best...
Not for players like me that play solo at home, mainly with shooters & driving games for many hours at a single session. There is economy of movement, and precision of control with traditional handheld control that has the edge over motion control in this type of game playing scenerio.
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