Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 3rd Jun 2009 08:31 UTC
Games The E3 is underway, and with OSNews having a renewed casual interest in gaming, I figured I'd summarise the news around the big three console players, Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony. Microsoft probably had the most interesting news to give us, Nintendo suffers from a severe case of milking the cow (and who would blame them), and Sony repackaged the PSP, announced a few games, and gave the promise it would come with motion sensing technology at some point in the future too.
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I prefer Sony's solution
by rramalho on Wed 3rd Jun 2009 10:18 UTC
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I've seen all three press conferences/presentations/ whatever.

MS Project Natal impressed me! But I'll judge it when i test it, not grabbing something kind of annoys me - it's like that stupid sensation of not having a real keyboard on my iPhone. It may be me, but it annoys me.

Speaking of motion controls, I like what I saw from Sony. It works, it's not PR stuff and a well made video. It actually works, and you're grabbing something...

I'll get to test both ways, since luckily I own both systems.

Let's see what the software part brings us. ;)

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