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Batman Arkham City's Director Gives Opinion on Move, Kinect, & 3D Gaming

GameInformer: "Rocksteady Studios' Sefton Hill shares his thoughts on the upcoming technology from Sony and Microsoft.

When we visited Rocksteady for our Batman: Arkham City cover story, everyone had just returned from E3 where Move, Kinect, and 3D were the big talk of the show. While Hill wouldn't say one way or the other if the upcoming Batman sequel would include any of these features, he did offer his opinion on all of the technologies."

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Wizziokid3106d ago (Edited 3106d ago )

he seems to be more interested in MOVE than Kinect which I can't blame him because the stuff that they have shown for Kinect is all stereotypic motion games where as MOVE caters to the hardcore.

"My own personal opinion is that I think they’re both interesting. I think Move might be a bit more applicable for hardcore gamers from what I’ve seen mainly because I can play it lazing on my sofa"

It's interesting to see what big dev's thing of the tech from both camps, much more so than random website's posting articles about why one fails and the other doesn't or why they both fail.

XactGamer3105d ago

Motion controls are not hardcore

DORMIN3105d ago

Check out the movie "Gamer"

/sarcasm

lol

strickers3105d ago

People used to feel the same about analog sticks compared to D pad or joystick vs keyboard on the Speccy.You need to try these things.

jneul3105d ago

you obviously have not tried out move, it's accuracy alone makes it hard ore, it's not a wiimote and punishes you if you try and get away with being lazy and flicking you wrist

Nihilism3105d ago

"While Hill wouldn't say one way or the other if the upcoming Batman sequel would include any of these features,"

But the first game had in built support for 3d...oh that's right...console's aren't quite up with the OLD 3d tech yet...