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Originally Posted by crazyceo... but it's also not the finished article, yet! but tell me what has been at launch ever?
Originally Posted by Dogbert666Most (not all) things that games attempt to simulate require actually holding something. There could be some potential in sports/fitness games, but take for example a Star Wars game. Most people would love to be a Jedi, but pretending to hold a lightsaber when you actually have nothing in your hands would just emphasise that you are not one, and in fact look quite ridiculous waving your arms around in front of the screen.
Originally Posted by SinSilla
For me that is part of Kincets potential. Go grab that broomstick or an authentic movie prop if you want to hold something while swinging the virtual lightsaber.
The firsts natal spots that went public had the element of "scanning" actual items fur ig/rl usage. Even though that was also the last time i saw that.
But still, just because there is no controller to hold you can hold whatever you like.
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