Joel McHale provided the opening announcements for Ubisoft’s presentation today. In his remarks, he stated that Ubisoft had a new goal to bring about a change in the way peole play games; games that they can feel.
not just 3D anymore, but 4D! awesome!
4D is Time and space not the sense of touch
Next-gen vibration feedback
Like the part where you can grab a snowball in the alpine racing and throw it at your opponent. Then the person whose screen is now covered in snow has to wipe his face with his hands to get the snow off. That's the kind of thing that I think we need to see more of in Kinect.
Kinect needs hardcore games. What happen to Rare?
I can't believe they were showing that kinect fitness game again. LAME.
everything besides AC:B so far has been meh...
At least we know Rayman and Driver are in the works.
Is it me or has ubisoft lost the plot? Games you can feel? That laser tag game barely even constitutes as a game.. it was a toy. And the stress release thing.. wtf? Also a grown ups toy.. someone tell me how they are even allowed to show that at a games convention?
lol i know, the only reason I kept watching was for future soldier
lmao "that guy had a family" invis ftw
Joel is the best thing about this conference by far. LOL
What about Metal Gear/Killzone/Future soldier type game?
"games you can feel" has already been done, remember that mouse that could detect surface texture and weight?
I guess it feels like the frustration of a paying customer being treated like a criminal.
Ubisofts conferens sucked. Thank god for EA.
some real funny bits - "your on fire"... "take her measurements" .. "that guy had a family"... but really..the game that most took my fancy was rayman - just love that art style :)
thsi sounds like what the ps3 could do now . didnt yall play timesplitters the exact same concept. its just extremly funny how they are trying to market the exact same stuff we already have because of a wireless camera
That's... Kinda .. technically impossible to be honest with you lol
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