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Xbox`s Project Natal Preview Video

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Xbox`s Project Natal Preview Video. The future of gaming? Chew on that, Wii!
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GuinnesApple
Female, 18-29, Western US
 41 Posts
Thursday, June 25, 2009 11:41:56 PM
"This looks pretty poo to me... am i the only one?"

Nope. And if the voice recognition is anything like that Fandango bitch you can bet I will not be the only one to dispose of my Xbox via Nuclear explosion.

The idea of using this with fighting games is neat for a second. Remember all the trouble with people destroying TV's and fragile furniture with their awesome new Wii remote? Lets replace the remote with a foot and see how fun that gets. Microsoft will have to put a big ass sticker on the box saying "If you put your foot through your TV its your own dumb fault".

I seriously doubt there would be offline multiplayer fighting but can you imagine how that would play out? Online multiplayer could work tho and would be hilarious. Of course some dumb kid will take it too far and attempt an Guile like Somersault kick and break his neck. Same with skateboarding game.

The video from before with Milo or whatever was somewhat impressive. This is not


RecycleElf
Male, 18-29, Europe
 3632 Posts
Wednesday, June 24, 2009 12:38:43 PM
And this is simpler than the regular controllers... how?

CAN'T YOU PEOPLE SEE!? They are trying to get us to move and exercise! don`t be blinded by this fancy stuff, you can`t just chill out on the couch anymore with a bag of chips, you hafto be moving around all the time. wtf is up with that!?


I think it will be great, but most people won`t buy it. requires to much space and moving around.

We could just aswell "game" outside seeing as this is what they are leading us up to.

"introducing the new wii basketball! now a real ball! dribbel around in the local courtyard! invite friends over the telefone or just ask them directly! purchase now and get an extra ball incase you wear it out!" no one else see this coming?


SyXxlunatic
Male, 13-17, Eastern US
 176 Posts
Tuesday, June 23, 2009 10:03:43 PM
@DertMerchant
Technically, the PS2 had the first thing like this when the Eye Toy came out. And ideas for projects like this have been around for decades. Microsoft came in late with the idea, but you don't need to go around saying(screaming?) that xbox is trying to push nintendo off the market. Thats ignorant and completly uncalled for.

(IAB needs to get a reply system on the comment board)


SyXxlunatic
Male, 13-17, Eastern US
 176 Posts
Tuesday, June 23, 2009 9:54:52 PM
@ ChilledAce

They showed the camera about 4 times in the vid if you were actually paying attention


DavidXJ
Male, 30-39, Western US
 1105 Posts
Tuesday, June 23, 2009 12:29:07 PM
They spent that much money developing Natal, and that's the best promo they could come up with?... horrible acting and cheesy music?

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