Microsoft tends to make their E3 events complete and total spectacles, and 2010 looks to be no different. Kombo looks into what Microsoft can (and should) do for a successful, entertaining, and informative E3 press conference.
Unfortunately, making /me/ want Natal will be a challenge.
My sentiments exactly.
I still want to try it just to say I've tried it, at least.
I am confused you say that without even seeing the final product? I am open to Natal, I hope they just don't let me down. I guess we will all find out in a few days.
I just think motion control appeals to a certain set of gamers, and not the Xbox 360 core audience. It will be a challenge to make me want it as well.
All this points are right on target mayb this E3 for M$ we going to see the same...more 3rd party games that are going multi and of course show there exclusives games like gears, halo and fable but M$ needs to step up big time on this press conference
If Microsoft comes out with a slim 360, bundles Natal with it for $250 or $299, shows some solid first party games, then it's a wrap as far as I'm concerned. I already want Natal and a slim. I want some surprises too, Killer Instinct 3, Ninja Gaiden, Dead OR Alive, Lost Odyssey 2 etc... Keep it simple.
DoA2 seems like a no brainer to me. But i hope i'm not disappointed. Same with a badass ninja Giaden surprise at this point i'm on the fence about natal. They really havn't showcased it at all since last E3.
I think there stuff tends to be a lot of noise and smoke but lacking in content.Just like the 360(I do own one and it has some great games but it's looking less and less essential).People are idiots and just lap up the show without looking beyond.
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