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If this is what future gaming is then I say NO THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Console Games & Hardware' started by apatia77, 8 Jun 2010.

  1. apatia77


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  2. Sinny


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    Seen this the other day and just laughed.

    I bet we'll be playing Gears of War 3 with exactly the same hand and feet gestures :D.
  3. Cutshaw

    Wise Guy

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    Should work great in FPS, eh? Not quite as accurate as a mouse, but surely better than steex?
  4. ic1male


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    Apparently, during filming, the dad smacked the son round the head whilst playing. :D I can see this being more dangerous than the Wii. Especially when legs are brought into play.
  5. i-bert


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  6. stoke1863


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    Terrible. If the next gen go after the family market and totaly reject the people that made them rich in the first place i can see a MASSIVE uprising of PC gaming. It might be the only place to get decent core games without stupid motion controls
  7. TheVoice


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  8. Nanoman


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    Natal looks awful.
  9. [email protected]


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    lol think I'll stock up on todays games and pass on that crap
  10. HAz


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    looks like good fun, u dont HAVE to buy it you know! idiots
  11. muggs

    Wise Guy

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    proper freaks
  12. Thesnipergecko


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    I would like to of seen her kick the kid.
  13. Shamikebab

    Capo Crimine

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    that is hilarious :D
  14. GTanny


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    i looks like it could be good fun on some games but i cant imagine it being the future by itself, i think the wii has proven that with the fact most of its better games use relativly simple motions.
  15. matkeys


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    thing is.. 10 years ago if you showed a typical gaming guy ,playing alex the kid and wonder boy, the wii, there properly would be a massive debate saying how [email protected] it would be and how it wouldn't catch on, well its sold as many as the ps3 and xbox combine worldwide! although a little crap to say the least it gets you involved and the missus like the wii fit so i dont care, i got the pc so im happy!

    so i think in a few years time and i dont think there's going to be the proper market for this just yet then i think id give it a go, if i can get my self to look like a prat on the wii im sure i can play a few games on this format
  16. gurusan


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  17. randal


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    Somewhere across the vastness of space and time, alien beings beyond our comprehension are laughing at us.

    Man alive, if Gears 3 is on Natal I'll weep openly.
  18. Margaret


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    But 99% of the decent games on the Wii don't require you to move around at all, I still think motion controls are pants and yes in some of the best Wii games you are forced to use them to an extent but it's very minor.
    I doubt I'd have thought the Wii would look crap back then purely because of the controls, infact the Wii would look amazing 10 years ago. :p

    This will probably on for casual play, like the Wii has but early reports depict that Natal is going to cost quite a bit so it's more likely the Wii will continue to dominate the casual market.
  19. Vonhelmet


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    I think the Wii is safe...
  20. wannabedamned


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    I'm not a fan in the slightest. Only thing that ever looked interesting to me is that peter molyneux thing.

    I wont be getting natal, or the PS3 one. I get that its a choice to purchase it and join in.

    But simply put if next gen gamin moves towards this sort of thing, they'll probably lose a consumer.