Why the Kinect Demonstration Won't Hurt Microsoft

Myself and many of those reading this article already know a lot about technology. It was not difficult for us to tell that Microsoft's performance of Kinect wasn't done completely live, and we probably weren't that surprised either. After all, Microsoft did do the same thing when showing off "Project Natal" for the first time. Movements were often done on stage after they were already shown on screen. Plus in some of the few demos in which movements weren't early, they were so late that it either showcased terrible response lag or that again the demonstration was pre-recorded. To us, this seems like a huge hit for Microsoft. But think about how the general public, who has a completely different view will conceive Kinect.

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Montrealien2324d ago (Edited 2324d ago )

This needs to be clarified?

Just because 100s or maybe even thousands of self proclaimed internet gaming savants don`t like kinect, it does not mean it will hurt MS. If market well, millions of families will be enjoying Kinect by this time next year.

Now, I am getting pumped by Nintendo and Sony today, so much more awesome news is in store for fans of gaming as a whole.

Convas2324d ago

Why can't everyone have as much common sense as you Montrealien. Oh wait, you're not wearing your fanboy glasses, GASP!

Bubbles + Agree.