Submitted by Aclay 1322d ago | interview

EDGE- Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor's light touch

EDGE- "After some time spent in (and out of) the cockpit of From Software's Kinect-driven follow up to one of gaming's most hardcore experiences of all time, we sat down with two of the game's producers to consider its relevancy to Microsoft's motion-control vision. Dressed in military fatigues, Capcom's Kenji Kataoka and Tatsuya Kitabayashi talk us through swapping a 40-button bespoke controller for Kinect, why they chose to work with From Software and liberating the player from the first game's claustrophobia." (Kenji Kataoka, Kinect, Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor, Tatsuya Kitabayashi, Xbox 360)

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