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Submitted by jbl316 1174d ago | opinion piece

WWE '13 Idea: Importing Images From Kinect/PlayStation Eye Camera

If there's one thing WWE video games have never included, it's the ability to scan your face and/or other images and putting them into the game itself. It's something EA video games have done in the past. It might be a good idea for it to be used in WWE '13. (PS3, WWE 13, Xbox 360)

from the beach  +   1173d ago
Even better idea would be just make the game full body control so I can dodge punches, bounce between the ropes, kick some sweaty dude in the stomach and elbow drop his face onto a dustbin lid.
Gamer1982  +   1173d ago
Indeed for a game where you just control a wrestler you need more control. It's very hard to do no doubt but the games have gone stale as of late not really adding anything. As for face scanning my word that's been around since PS2 days I remember doing it on I think it was Tony Hawks 4? One of them allowed it lol.

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