While PlayStation 3 owners will be able to enjoy EA Sports' Grand Slam Tennis 2 with the Move controller when it launches next year, Xbox 360 gamers won't be able to hook up a Kinect unit for a spot of air-slapping.
I don't see a problem. If they can not find a good way to implement Kinect, they should not add it as an option. Move and Kinect have very little in common. Move is a hybrid, where as Kinect is pure gestures.
This is good. With kinect you just be slapping the air the whole time. With move it feels you can actually hold a racket and move/twist it like a real racket.
Them only supportig move makes it sound more serious. The motion implementation in Virtua tennis and Top spin were rubbish so this is the last hope.
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