Craig Hasselback writes: "Microsoft’s Project Natal (or Wave, depending on who you ask) and Sony’s Move both share one major similarity despite many differences in technology and hardware. They’re both add-on peripherals that aim to change the history of video game. We’re not talking about the interactive abilities of either or even the games they may introduce, but instead the history they intend to change is the complete failure of video game peripherals. Historically gaming peripherals are, for lack of a better term, complete and utter failures that litter the roadway of the industry. While Microsoft and Sony work towards changing the perception of add-ons, we’re looking at the worst peripherals up until now. Hopefully neither the Natal nor Move ever make our future lists years from now."