Gamersmint: If there’s one aspect where Kinect has a evident leg over the Move, it would be the dance genre. Dance Central from Harmonix is widely considered by many to be the most motion controlled games among both Sony’s and Microsoft’s camps.
/facepalm Oh lord, please keep this away from the main E3 conference. If you HAVE to show it, show it in one of those mini-montages, but please NO DEMONSTRATIONS!
People obviously like it. Look at how much attention Dance Central got from the press.
Eh... Sony should just improve upon Singstar Dance, considering ppl know the Singstar IP. I personally want to see that FPS torch game they showed off footage of.
Well well well, so much for the hardcore gamer.
"If there’s one aspect where Kinect has a evident leg over the Move, it would be the dance genre." And I hope that stays that way...LOL. Nah, I hope Sony can tap into that silly casual market, while keeping the core gamers satisfied with all the great exclusives.
For the love of god, why don't they make the 1:1 swordfighting game we have been craving ever since the Wii was showcased last decade? So much squandered potential with motion controls :( Hell, I'd luv to play the tech demo sony had at E3 09. Sword, check. Something to slash, check. Fun!
tech demo? play this http://www.youtube.com/xl
Play Youtube ^^?
Oh, I tried that - but that's miles apart from the wii fencing game. Sony has yet to produce a proper Move based title yet, apart from titles that can utilize it for FPS. That's not meant as fanboyism, I sold my Wii ages ago - but the Move lineup and support has been really bad
Can't wait for No More Heroes.
yeah, that was good fun - too bas I played it on the Wii already :( I loved TFU on the Wii too - made good use of motion controls Most fun I've had with them are undoubtedly doing the sword thingy on Sports Resort. That was hella fun and 100% right use of the peripheral :)
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