Project Natal - controller free gaming on 360

Aug 19, 2007
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birdman said:
Yeah, you and DuckRacer need to get real jobs.
this

do you guys flip coins to see who goes first?

but my thought is, they better not put effort into this...

the only cool thing is the voice control and minority report through netflix
 

DarienA

The black man everyone at Activision can agree on
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According to a Seattle Times blog entry

"Prices and timing weren't available, but it won't be available until 2010 at the earliest and will probably cost around $200. Microsoft has already given game developers tools to start building games that uses the device."
 
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Be interested to see how their voice recognition will work across the UK, given the historic impossibility in understanding our broad range of regional dialects.

EDIT: also, jesus christ at his cheap shot at waggle, when that ricochet demo looked like she was having some kind fo fit.
 

Metaphoreus

This is semantics, and nothing more
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DarienA said:
According to a Seattle Times blog entry

"Prices and timing weren't available, but it won't be available until 2010 at the earliest and will probably cost around $200. Microsoft has already given game developers tools to start building games that uses the device."
Around $200? I can't see too many people paying that much for this, regardless of how cool it is. That raises the price of a motion-controlled 360 to $400-$600.