Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 7th Jun 2011 20:45 UTC
Games So, the E3 is well under way, and all the major players have had their press conferences. To summarise. Microsoft: Kinect. Really. Kinect. Please Kinect. We'll do anything. For the love of god, Kinect. Sony: wait, what is this? What am I doing here? Oh, here's a 24" 3D TV for $500 and yet another PSP. Nintendo: we slapped every possible shiny object onto a tablet and made the Wii capable of rendering halfway decent graphics. Here's another load of Mariozelda Kart, and a bunch of EA games that Xbox/PS3 players already own. Yes, this year's E3 has been a massive letdown - save for a few exceptions. Update: Epic fail for Nintendo. The company has admitted that it has used footage from the Xbox 360 and PS3 to spice up the press reel for the Wii U.
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RE[2]: The WiiU
by helf on Thu 9th Jun 2011 15:01 UTC in reply to "RE: The WiiU"
helf
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So, because some implementations failed, they are all going to fail? I can totally see this being useful for things such as inventory management in RPGs or for puzzle work in adventure games. There are LOTS of uses for this in games that aren't super fast paced.

I like how something comes out and people automatically claim it will be a failure because /they/ can't see a use for it or it doesn't suit their fancy.

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