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Motion Controllers That Didn't Work

With Sony's Move due out on September 19 and Microsoft's Kinect not far behind, the motion-control war is nearly upon us. But while we sincerely hope these motion-based peripherals are truly a thing of the future, gaming's past is littered with failed attempts to take the buttons out of play. Grab a joystick before proceeding -- we get the feeling you're going to need it.

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Game-ur2657d ago

There is a new one of these that will release in a few weeks. /s

NecrumSlavery2657d ago (Edited 2657d ago )

Add this to the list of motion failures:

seinfan2657d ago

Where's the Wiimote in this article?

thebudgetgamer2657d ago (Edited 2657d ago )

but i cant recall any other game that worked with it.

PS3-2472657d ago

It it too early to add Kinect to the list?

LOOK_AT_THIS_I2657d ago

the power pad was somewhat functional, but the power glove/ u force were two of the biggest pieces of garbage I got for the NES. I remember cheating on some of the events on the power pad to try for longer jumps with friends. lol, the atari (wii balance board) pad pretty crazy idea for back in the day.

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