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E3 2010: which is the future of video games – motion control or 3D?

Guardian writes: "Video game industry news source MCV has an interesting story today, entitled Forget motion - 3D to dominate 3D. The article contends that while Microsoft and Sony will both be showing off their new motion control devices (Natal and Move, respectively) at this month's mammoth E3 video game event, the attention of the world's press could well be diverted to 3D technology."

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Hanif-8762991d ago

I think both with interactivity playing a huge part in next generation gaming!

N4GAddict2991d ago

I think it's both actually.

ALFAxD_CENTAURO2991d ago (Edited 2991d ago )

Both, possible only on the Computer Entertainment System AKA PlayStation 3.

CrAnKiTuP_012991d ago

Isn't that what it's been put up/predicted to be since it became the 21st century? In movies, and just people's imaginations there has been the two working together to where you can see yourself literally in the game! Just my thoughts, because who knows what will pop up next? This?- http://www.youtube.com/watc...

xc7x2991d ago (Edited 2991d ago )

but i would of said both anyways and when a system has both,that's a huge advantage i.m.o.

HolyOrangeCows2991d ago

Well, soon we can play PS3D with the Move.

Apone2991d ago

Realy like the way where gaming is going now :D

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Cyrus3652991d ago

More Tech companies are behind 3D Technology, from TV makers, to PC makers, etc. So it's likely they'll want content aka Games to push this realm.

A change in the wind2991d ago

A good old fashioned controller is my future of gaming.

PMR_212991d ago

yes but the precision of Move is second to none.

Draperc2991d ago

Why does it have to be only one? Why can't both be the future of gaming?

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