A game has been announced in Japan which combines two quite exciting bits of news. First, it's a game that teaches players about stars and constellations (eat our heart out, Patrick Moore). Second, its cartridge incorporates six-axis motion control.
oh the irony
I have a better game. It involves a sphere with good bouncing properties, comes in any colour of choice and has real life physics simulation based on your personal abilities with your arm. All you have to do is take the sphere and throw it against any surface and watch the fun fly.
and not just palin tilt.
isnt Sony gonna file a lawsuit
I can smell Kids Law Suits Climbing to the top!
Sixaxis is the name of the playstation 3 controller. A Six Axis sensor, which would be what they are referring to, has nothing to do with Sony. Instead it is a sensor that senses 6 Axes (plural for axis). The six are pitch, yaw, roll, X, Y, and Z. Six Axis controls have been around for quite some time. Sony didn't invent it and they most certainly don't have a patent on it. The name "Sixaxis" is certainly something that Sony has copyrighted but they will have absolutely no success in trying to defend someone using the term "Six Axis Controller".
nintendo already did this on games like wario twisted on the gba, dont know how this will do, but people in japan will eat this up
Add feature on cartridge. Brilliant.
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