Joseph of GAMElitist.com "Nintendo’s upcoming vitality sensor is completely pointless. Why? Well because games already have a device included with each and every one of them that serves not to merely measure your emotions, but directly effect them."
First of all - good article. There are too few of these. But no. While I'm sceptic too the Vitality Sensor too, it serves to actually measure the player's stress level, to see how the player reacts to what's happening on screen. Music serves to affect them. So instead of guessing the player's reaction to the game, Nintendo can use it to affect the game directly. That's the magic of innovative controllers. I only wish there were more of them :/
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