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New game for Project Natal?

Speaking to Times Online at GDC earlier this month, Lionhead boss Peter Molyneux dropped a few snippets of info on his secretive new game currently in development to utilise motion controller, Natal.

"We are at the moment making something whose title I can't reveal, but you saw a glimpse of it at E3 (in the Project Natal demos). It is so different and new that trying to get a focus group to look at it and respond is almost impossible," he said.

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GR8 13493d ago

Project Natal sends shivers down ps3 fans but they are just to afraid to admit it. Project Natal isn't no blatant wii rip-off its just to advanced and would take me all day to explaining it to u ps3 retards because of your small brain.

Das_Bastardion3493d ago (Edited 3493d ago )

Must have something to do with a big red ball... i presume...

2FootYard3493d ago

Soon we will be immersed in the greatest gaming experience ever offered. With Natal you will wield the sword, throw the grenade, pull the trigger, and grip the wheel. Sony better start practicing witch craft if they wish to survive the glorious Natal onslaught.

TOO PAWNED3493d ago

o boy are you going to be disappointed by Failtal

Fishy Fingers3493d ago (Edited 3493d ago )

Yep, and I can do all that without looking like a douche using a pad.

I must admit though, if nothing else, watching the fickle attitudes of people towards motion controls change since their manufacture of choice announced one has given me plenty of laughs.

Das_Bastardion3493d ago

we will return to third grade

King_of _the_Casuals3493d ago

I can't wait to try this out! Hope it's available the first day so I can pick it up with my Natal.

SeNiLe9113493d ago

Microsoft and Sony have for us as in motion control gaming! E3 2010 will reveal all!

Anon19743493d ago

You know, reach in the screen and give him a tickle. Then I can draw him a picture of a giraffe and the two of us could roll down a virtual hill and laugh for hours and hours.

Then I can explain how it's all very innocent when my wife walks into the room.

Milo...it's just that creepy.

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bruddahmanmatt3493d ago

Ricochet 2: Balls to The Wall.

bjornbear3493d ago

its good finally getting a game out, they feel the heat =D

still..so far i haven't seen any games on ANY motion control to make me want to buy one =/ i guess im old school that way =(

@ van-essa:

lame =/ not funny - remember, they aren't haters, they are people with a different opinion =)

FragMnTagM3493d ago

They may have differing opinion, but it does not have to be hateful. What is wrong with saying they don't like it instead of ridiculing something they have not tried yet?

It reminds me of a kid that won't eat something because they think it is going to taste bad. But more often then not, once they try it, they usually like it. I should know I have a 2 and a 3 year old and nearly everything they have tried, they like.

These people above (and below) are haters.

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Fanb0y3493d ago

So... he's working on Fable 3, Milo, AND some other unannounced game?

What a job.

TOO PAWNED3493d ago

actually if you weren't that lazy to read article, he IS talking about Milo, he just doesn't call it by name, but more or less he talks about Milo

Kahvipannu3493d ago

I really liked Fable 1 and 2, there's something in theyrs atmosphere which appeals to me, alltought they were far from perfect. Moluneyx is deffinitely great game-developer, and is trying usually something new in his games, which is I like about him. This is why I'm really waiting for the third one.

But usually he makes a bull from a fly, he just over hypes things too much, sometimes it's funny, sometimes it's just ackward, but sometimes it's pretty cool when you notice he really gets excited about something as a gamer, and developer.

But this will be interesting.. E3 can't come soon enough.

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