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Consumers not interested in Natal, Move

Consumers not interested in Natal, Move

A study of 2000 consumers has revealed a low purchase intent for devices like Natal and the Move.

A new study by OTX GamePlan has revealed that most consumers aren't massively interested in new motion-sensitive controllers, such as Microsoft's Natal for the Xbox 360 and Sony's PlayStation Move.

The new information comes just a few days ahead of E3, where both products are set to play a major part of the event.

According to Gamasutra the research polled 2000 consumers between May 23rd and June 5th, but found that only 8 percent intended to buy Microsoft's Natal. Only 6 percent were planning to pick up Sony's Move.

The news isn't wholly surprising though, as both products have yet to have their big marketing push and only prototypes have been shown to the public yet. Microsoft's Natal still hasn't even shed it's official codename, for example.

Delving further into the stats though, only 25 percent of those who were willing to buy said they'd be willing to pre-order, while only 15 percent of the market is even aware what Natal or Move are.

"While we are still months away from launch, the current data suggests that Natal gamers are definitely Xbox 360 purists, while Move gamers have a stronger interest in other platforms," said the report.

OTX also noted that women make up 30 percent of those willing to buy the Move, compared to 20 percent for the Natal.

Are you thinking of picking up a Natal or Move controller, or are you more interested in 3D gaming than motion sensitive controllers? Let us know your thoughts in the forums.

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stonedsurd 11th June 2010, 12:10 Quote
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OTX also noted that women make up 30 percent of those willing to buy the Move, compared to 20 percent for the Natal.
Maybe because it looks like a certain 'magic wand' from Hitachi?
sandys 11th June 2010, 12:15 Quote
Not surprising, most have experienced how rubbish Wii is and are expecting the same pap from the HD bunch,
eddtox 11th June 2010, 12:20 Quote
Oh no! What's the betting that Sony will blame it all on pirates and lobby for a law that forces everyone to buy one? Even if they don't own a ps3.
GFC 11th June 2010, 12:28 Quote
Meh, consoles, could care less. What I want is that cool razer's 6th sense controller, that looked awsum.
adidan 11th June 2010, 12:31 Quote
The wha wha?

Meh.
rollo 11th June 2010, 12:40 Quote
Sonys console has no piracy so gl on them blaming it

most of this was done by the wii who cares about move or natal
AshT 11th June 2010, 12:44 Quote
Last night my other half got excited about Natal, which means I now need to buy an Xbox 360 to make use of it!

Oh well ;)
Gunsmith 11th June 2010, 12:46 Quote
jumping on a bandwagon that no one cares about, good waste of r&d there
lacuna 11th June 2010, 12:46 Quote
I was very impressed at how responsive the motion controller is in the six axis pad when I got it. However, after trying to use it in a game I quickly decided it wasn't fun. I don't like the Wii at all so Im certainly not looking to buy a controller which emulates it
GravitySmacked 11th June 2010, 12:50 Quote
Well I'm looking forward to seeing it in action with some games designed for it.
kenco_uk 11th June 2010, 12:51 Quote
I wonder if there'll be a natal game that comes with a box of tissues.
Hustler 11th June 2010, 13:01 Quote
I'd much prefer new consoles than all this gimmicky crap like Natal and the rest....

Maybe then, with new more powerful consoles using DX11, PC games and gfx development will resume instead of being stuck in their current 2005 DX9 era rut....going nowhere...
SlowMotionSuicide 11th June 2010, 13:10 Quote
Oh s**t that lollipop is real?

I saw it a while ago in Penny Arcade, thought they completely made it up.

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Damn.
javaman 11th June 2010, 13:44 Quote
Been there with the wii, it sucked. life goes on......Maybe just maybe 3D tennis would be good. Tho I start to wonder what applications these controllers have. With the wii it was was around like a retard until something happened. Actual realistic movements played little part. Then all the games became stagnant. Tho racing games and shooting games like house of the dead work well on wii.
kenco_uk 11th June 2010, 13:47 Quote
Mnggr-ycbro

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matee 11th June 2010, 13:49 Quote
Exactly. Just give me X360 slim, what would have BD and be silent!
mi1ez 11th June 2010, 13:52 Quote
Those who want these games already have a wii. Too late guys!
lxrysprtmscl 11th June 2010, 13:52 Quote
i agree with hustler.
would much rather see next gen consoles and advancement in gaming development then see motion control added to this current gen.

i have zero interest in waving at the screen or pretending i am in a raft. or what not. even on my ps3. i disabled the tilt motion detection. i know i am not in a car. i don't pretend to be by turning my hands...

just microsoft and sony trying to hack into the family network nintendo found itself in.
but i am sure.
both natal and move will be just like the wii... awesome at first. though.
after initial awe. motion devices will become just an expensive paper weight/dust collector.

a complete waste. in my opinion.
veato 11th June 2010, 14:00 Quote
Of course many arent showing an interest as no one really knows yet how well the devices will be implemented. I imagine most are seeing nothing more than a Wii in HD and not a great deal more. Once these devices are released though and people see if they can be put to new and unique ways to improve/enchance gaming then they may drum up more interest.

You only have to read the comments here to see how much negativity there is towards these devices but you never know, maybe Sony/MS will suprise us!

(P.S. I'm not a fan AT ALL)
javaman 11th June 2010, 14:10 Quote
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Originally Posted by veato
Of course many arent showing an interest as no one really knows yet how well the devices will be implemented.

If the gaming market has taught me anything, its the meaning of rinse and repeat. Inovation costs, the wii was very successful. This is nothing more than a blatent attempt to lure wii gamers to "grown up" consoles. Im pretty sure Sony have said that themselves.
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Originally Posted by veato

You only have to read the comments here to see how much negativity there is towards these devices but you never know, maybe Sony/MS will suprise us!

(P.S. I'm not a fan AT ALL)

.......By releasing next gen consoles and stopping the market stagnating any further.
Phalanx 11th June 2010, 15:17 Quote
I will probably get Natal simply for the ability to not bother with a control when using the 360 for a media player.
fingerbob69 11th June 2010, 15:43 Quote
Motion controllers where last years fad. This year it's 3D. But in a recession, with people fearful for their jobs big expeditures on new tech tend to be well down the shopping list. M$ and Sony are just too late to the party.
13eightyfour 11th June 2010, 15:52 Quote
My issue is when game devs try and shoehorn the motion sensitive controls into games that dont ****ing need them. On the wii there is only really a handful of 'proper games' that make good use of the controllers, nearly all the rest would be better with a normal control pad, But because the Wii offers the motion control the devs feel the need to use it for everything.

I havent got a problem with MS natal or Sonys sextoy but ive got images of games playing crap because instead of using a standard controller you're going to be forced to jump about and wave your arms around, for no obvious benefit.
Andy Mc 11th June 2010, 16:13 Quote
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA..........................HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.............................HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

Why don't M$ $ony try to innovate for once? The latest optical format and flashy graphics does not really mean much, as thats just you improving on your previous product.
Gradius 11th June 2010, 17:26 Quote
ps3 DO have piracy, you just cannot run... YET !

Btw, consoles sucks! They're long dead.
zimbloggy 11th June 2010, 17:52 Quote
"only 8 percent willing to buy" is that really that bad? If these consumers were just random people, then 8 percent of, say 400 million consumers would be 32 million units sold. Isn't that good?
kenco_uk 11th June 2010, 17:57 Quote
It'd be a good reason to sell the Wii, tbh. Clear a bit of room.
Kiytan 11th June 2010, 18:04 Quote
I think one of the biggest reasons nobody wants to buy one is that there are no games lined up to go with them. With the Wii you knew there was going to be a motion controlled mario and zelda, which helps get people excited, as well as other games like red steel shown closer to release.

As theres nothing (atleast nothing i've heard of) to actually USE the natal/move with yet, no wonde people aren't interested.
badders 11th June 2010, 18:04 Quote
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Originally Posted by kenco_uk
It'd be a good reason to sell the Wii, tbh. Clear a bit of room.

Already done and used the proceeds to buy a PS3. The wife has already said "Ooh look, they're doing Wii-like controllers for the PS3!"

Not a hope.
birdmaniw 11th June 2010, 18:09 Quote
If it's as good as the Wii it'll be brilliant. Can't wait.
Bakes 11th June 2010, 20:32 Quote
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Only 8 percent intended to buy Microsoft's Natal. Only 6 percent were planning to pick up Sony's Move.
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Only 15 percent of the market is even aware what Natal or Move are.

So, 14% of the market want to buy either of the two products, and 15% have heard of it? The future is bright for both Sony and Microsoft!
HourBeforeDawn 11th June 2010, 21:00 Quote
well I plan to buy ONCE I can try it out but until then no Im not a for yes type of buyer which Im sure the majority who are interested are in that wait and see section.
ssj12 11th June 2010, 21:52 Quote
lets wait till both parties advertise the products and get word out. I know I'm getting Move, free to review.
knuck 11th June 2010, 22:31 Quote
When I wave my arms around it's either to celebrate after an incredible headshot or to punch wholes in my wall and door because someone just headshotted me (I'm exaggerating btw). I won't wave my arms around to play games, screw that. If that becomes the only gaming input device I will stop playing altogether.


To me gaming is about precision, execution, reflexes and control. Those 3 devices (Wii included) have nothing good for me
Jamie 11th June 2010, 23:08 Quote
People will only buy it if there is compelling software to use with the devices.
rollo 11th June 2010, 23:10 Quote
sony and ms releasing natal and move is kinda them deciding not to release new consoles

sony have said the ps3 will last 10 years id guess we are 3 years of a new console by sony and a similar lengh of time for MS

direct x 11? lol should be 12 or 13 by the time 3 years come around. Dout most people can afford a new console and the market has bearly fully utilised this gen yet.

zimb there isnt 400million console sales though

even if theres 60mil - 80 mil give it 10% for ease of numbers 6mil and 8mil total sales is a decent figure i guess thats why the next gen consoles are so far away
Bakes 11th June 2010, 23:43 Quote
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Originally Posted by rollo
sony and ms releasing natal and move is kinda them deciding not to release new consoles

sony have said the ps3 will last 10 years id guess we are 3 years of a new console by sony and a similar lengh of time for MS

direct x 11? lol should be 12 or 13 by the time 3 years come around. Dout most people can afford a new console and the market has bearly fully utilised this gen yet.

zimb there isnt 400million console sales though

even if theres 60mil - 80 mil give it 10% for ease of numbers 6mil and 8mil total sales is a decent figure i guess thats why the next gen consoles are so far away

Remember that ten years is only how long they said they'd make games for it. We might see a PS4 in two years time, or four years time, or never, remember that games were still made for the PS2 and in fact were the biggest earners for EA in 2008 (or maybe it was 2007).

They won't release new consoles unless the market really wants them.
javaman 12th June 2010, 00:49 Quote
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Originally Posted by rollo
sony and ms releasing natal and move is kinda them deciding not to release new consoles

sony have said the ps3 will last 10 years id guess we are 3 years of a new console by sony and a similar lengh of time for MS

direct x 11? lol should be 12 or 13 by the time 3 years come around. Dout most people can afford a new console and the market has bearly fully utilised this gen yet.

zimb there isnt 400million console sales though

even if theres 60mil - 80 mil give it 10% for ease of numbers 6mil and 8mil total sales is a decent figure i guess thats why the next gen consoles are so far away

They've only just started making a profit on hardware sold. They will want to milk that for a while loger, plus developers are arguably still not getting the most from it.
ssj12 12th June 2010, 01:41 Quote
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Originally Posted by Ghys
When I wave my arms around it's either to celebrate after an incredible headshot or to punch wholes in my wall and door because someone just headshotted me (I'm exaggerating btw). I won't wave my arms around to play games, screw that. If that becomes the only gaming input device I will stop playing altogether.


To me gaming is about precision, execution, reflexes and control. Those 3 devices (Wii included) have nothing good for me

then your a pretty shallow gamer if all you playing is shooters. Try something else, like a point and click, RPG, or a racing game like MotorStorm.
Eggy 12th June 2010, 10:51 Quote
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Originally Posted by Bakes
So, 14% of the market want to buy either of the two products, and 15% have heard of it? The future is bright for both Sony and Microsoft!
Doesn't say a whole lot. The vast majority of the market only knows about something when it lands in the shop near their home. Only tech geeks like us know about product launches even before they are officially announced.
Stewb 12th June 2010, 14:39 Quote
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Originally Posted by Bakes
So, 14% of the market want to buy either of the two products, and 15% have heard of it? The future is bright for both Sony and Microsoft!

Not necessarily. You just added those two percentages together, but they are not mutually exclusive.
NuTech 12th June 2010, 14:54 Quote
Surprise, consumers not interested in something they haven't heard of because it's not out yet.

Nintendo has taught me over the years to never, ever write off a idea because it sounds crazy/dumb. Their entire hardware line-up was laughed at by most of the gaming press and gamers.

As for Natal, I'm personally quite interested in its non-gaming functionality. I'm hoping Microsoft has more software like the media center gesture controls. No doubt there will be some fun/silly games, but jumping around hitting invisible balls doesn't really appeal to me.
Bakes 12th June 2010, 15:49 Quote
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Originally Posted by Stewb
Not necessarily. You just added those two percentages together, but they are not mutually exclusive.

Even if it's not mutually exclusive, it still implies that at minimum 8% of people who have heard of them want to buy Natal or Move, and at maximum 14% do.

In terms of only gamers having heard of it, that's unsurprising, but what is surprising is that such a large percentage of what we can assume to be the more hardcore gamers ie who would know about Natal actually want it.

The Wii only really appealed to families, but this seems as though it would be appealing to most people.
urbtree 12th June 2010, 17:03 Quote
i`d be interested to know if this will be pc adaptable it`d make a nice media center remote
knuck 12th June 2010, 19:48 Quote
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Originally Posted by ssj12
then your a pretty shallow gamer if all you playing is shooters. Try something else, like a point and click, RPG, or a racing game like MotorStorm.

:)

I play Warcraft III, GTR, Gran Turismo , NHL, the Monkey Island series and many other games that aren't first person shooters and guess what, none (except Monkey Island) of those games can be played at 100% with this type of controller

RTS - It would be a pain to try to select your unit and to click on your enemies unless they'd be 3 times better than on a PC

Racing games - If I want to drive I'll take my own car or my G25, I won't hold a rectangular thing in front of me and pretend I am driving.

NHL - If all you do is point and click, how can you make your player deke anything ? Modern NHL games need a combination of 2 joysticks for that and it's already hard. There's no way anyone could deke and move their arms around to shoot the damn puck

Plateformers - Playing MegaMan and jumping over obstacles by moving the controller upward ? Seriously ? That'd be sh*t

Monkey Island - Fine. It's slow, relaxing and doesn't require precision


My point is that motion controller are just not precise, comfortable and quick enough to be used for most of the games. They're a gimmick and are only a compromise. Unless the game emulates a real human activity (like bowling or ping pong) then motion controllers are utterly pointless and annoying
Blassster 12th June 2010, 20:32 Quote
Leave the dinky motion gaming genre to the Wii. Stick with a real controller, make the game good, and I will buy the game. I hate the Wiimote. </spaz>
javaman 13th June 2010, 01:49 Quote
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Originally Posted by Ghys

Racing games - If I want to drive I'll take my own car or my G25, I won't hold a rectangular thing in front of me and pretend I am driving.

To be fair racing games work better than most for that type of controller. If only the wii controller was actually sensitive enough or had force feedback.........
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Originally Posted by Ghys

NHL - If all you do is point and click, how can you make your player deke anything ? Modern NHL games need a combination of 2 joysticks for that and it's already hard. There's no way anyone could deke and move their arms around to shoot the damn puck

I remember playing PES on the wii. Holy smeg, you control one player, control the player off the ball the same "drag and drop" way. Not only are you micro managing every player at high speed but your also waving your arms around trying to get your idiot player to shoot just because the controller lags a few seconds behind. I call It football for women. You seriously need to multitask like a champion.
Veles 13th June 2010, 14:23 Quote
The problem is they've only really shown off tech demos, in everyone's eyes right now it's going to be nothing more than a nice idea until they actually show some actual games using it.
Lazarus Dark 13th June 2010, 16:40 Quote
This is all well and good tech demo stuff, but they need to hold off until they're ready to push out a new console. Seriously, no ones in a hurry to get motion control on the PS3 or 360. But these are getting old. Both MS and Sony were like... "no, these consoles will last ten years before we come out with a new one". But surely any gamer new they were talking out of their rears. Sure, you need to support a certain lifespan or risk alienating the customers, but 4 to 5 years is plenty of time. Tech keeps making progress and we need to be looking forward. The next xbox needs Bluray. Yes, it does. And the next gens need full 3d support @1080p120hz out of the box. In fact, I think its high time we move past that even. We need support for 2 to 4 monitors at 1080p120hz on a console, I'm not kidding. If they want to compete with PC, consoles need to step up with the high end features. And they all need a standard hard drive bay so you can stick a 1tb in it without issues, full usb and full bluetooth support for controllers, keyboards, mice. If any of them did this at under $500 US, which is more than doable, it would fly off the shelves.
Bakes 13th June 2010, 17:21 Quote
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Originally Posted by Lazarus Dark
This is all well and good tech demo stuff, but they need to hold off until they're ready to push out a new console. Seriously, no ones in a hurry to get motion control on the PS3 or 360. But these are getting old. Both MS and Sony were like... "no, these consoles will last ten years before we come out with a new one". But surely any gamer new they were talking out of their rears. Sure, you need to support a certain lifespan or risk alienating the customers, but 4 to 5 years is plenty of time. Tech keeps making progress and we need to be looking forward. The next xbox needs Bluray. Yes, it does. And the next gens need full 3d support @1080p120hz out of the box. In fact, I think its high time we move past that even. We need support for 2 to 4 monitors at 1080p120hz on a console, I'm not kidding. If they want to compete with PC, consoles need to step up with the high end features. And they all need a standard hard drive bay so you can stick a 1tb in it without issues, full usb and full bluetooth support for controllers, keyboards, mice. If any of them did this at under $500 US, which is more than doable, it would fly off the shelves.

Sony have already lost a lot of money with the PS3. Personally, I don't see any big investments from them on new tech until their old tech is not selling as well because the marketplace is exhausted.

There, you seem to be billing a console that you want, rather than a console that will sell well.

Like them or not, gamepads are quite versatile - you can play with them sitting down, standing up, lying on the floor. If you give the option of a mouse and keyboard, you'd see games of someone with a mouse just going around thrashing the people with gamepads. The alternative would be forcing mouse and keyboard, which would be rubbish for most games, and it would serve well to remove a lot of that balance.
PS3s already have standard hard drive bays IIRC, you can fit any 2.5" hard drive in there without much difficulty.
Monitor wise, you're forgetting that the vast majority of console gamers play on tvs. I have plenty of rich friends, and none of them have more than one TV in the same room.

Also, everything's so volatile nowadays. We're seeing a massive move towards digital distribution, personally I'd put good money on Microsoft or Sony making a device without optical media support, just because they'd have more control with stuff like piracy if everything went digital, and the game developers would have more control with second hand games etc.
Gunsmith 13th June 2010, 17:28 Quote
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Originally Posted by Bakes
Also, everything's so volatile nowadays. We're seeing a massive move towards digital distribution, personally I'd put good money on Microsoft or Sony making a device without optical media support, just because they'd have more control with stuff like piracy if everything went digital, and the game developers would have more control with second hand games etc.

wont happen for a long time yet, there are a lot of countries that dont have an online infrastructure capable.
Bakes 13th June 2010, 17:46 Quote
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Originally Posted by Gunsmith
wont happen for a long time yet, there are a lot of countries that dont have an online infrastructure capable.

I disagree. Xbox Live is currently offered in 26 countries, and of those only India, Italy and Mexico have average internet speeds less than 5Mb/sec according to Ookla (the people who run Speedtest.com). Britain is one of the slowest, and we've done fine with Steam. Some countries have lower limits than the UK, such as Australia, but even there, Internode offer free downloading from their own servers, so that's not such a big deal.

If the next Playstation were to come in 2013, speeds would be higher and faster than ever, and could well offer the bandwidth required to download games.
javaman 13th June 2010, 23:26 Quote
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Originally Posted by Bakes
I disagree. Xbox Live is currently offered in 26 countries, and of those only India, Italy and Mexico have average internet speeds less than 5Mb/sec according to Ookla (the people who run Speedtest.com). Britain is one of the slowest, and we've done fine with Steam. Some countries have lower limits than the UK, such as Australia, but even there, Internode offer free downloading from their own servers, so that's not such a big deal.

If the next Playstation were to come in 2013, speeds would be higher and faster than ever, and could well offer the bandwidth required to download games.

All payed for with what? In case you haven't noticed the country is broke and on top of that the Olympics are in 2012. BT certainly aren't gonna pull their finger out and pay for it and even if they did it would take them about 3years to get past the planning stage!
knuck 14th June 2010, 01:08 Quote
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Originally Posted by javaman
To be fair racing games work better than most for that type of controller. If only the wii controller was actually sensitive enough or had force feedback.........

So you're saying they're not good enough ?

;)
javaman 14th June 2010, 01:36 Quote
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Originally Posted by Ghys
So you're saying they're not good enough ?

;)

More interesting than using an actual controller and kinda feels like a steering wheel...a poor mans steering wheel that is. Wii's tilt feature has potential but can feel like sniping with a low sensitivity mouse, you just feel disconnected, If you get what I mean. Force feed back is always the best part of racing games with a wheel tho, just that extra immersion factor. Rumble wheels dont do it for me anymore ;)
Bakes 14th June 2010, 09:33 Quote
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Originally Posted by javaman
All payed for with what? In case you haven't noticed the country is broke and on top of that the Olympics are in 2012. BT certainly aren't gonna pull their finger out and pay for it and even if they did it would take them about 3years to get past the planning stage!

You seem to have missed the point. Steam already works in the UK, and it works fine. Yes, the console markets are significantly larger, but most people don't download games often, so apart from big releases and Christmas, the load would not be significantly higher, and even that could be partially abated by pre-loading before the release day, as Steam does for some games.

I'm not saying we'll need a massive overhaul before this could be a reality. I'm saying that it would work well in most places.

There could be other ways of doing it. Dedicated server booths in shops which serve the customers over high speed lan (plug your device in, buy game, it installs it for you, etc).

I just think that optical media sales are going over a cliff at the moment. I personally know about thirty people who own a PS3, but I also know about five who use it for bluray and suchlike. DVD sales are dropping, and the Xbox 360 now has Netflix streaming (I think only in America). Relatively soon, it will not make economic sense to include a DVD drive, as infrastructures get more capable.

You'd probably still be able to buy games at a shop, but you wouldn't get physical media. It would be like Steam, which IMO is an excellent way of selling games.
Xir 14th June 2010, 11:22 Quote
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Originally Posted by 13eightyfour
My issue is when game devs try and shoehorn the motion sensitive controls into games that dont ****ing need them.
Correct, if they find a "Killer" Application, they will sell.

Funny though that Mikrosoft, who had an excellent line of Force Feedback devices (Joysticks, Wheels) abandoned these years ago and now want to get back into controllers.
Xir 14th June 2010, 12:05 Quote
Microsoft announces Project NATAL to be named Kinect
Natal to Kinect german
Showed off a lightsabergame :D , a petting zoo :|, MTV Dance Central Kinetic Sport (where do they get these new, refreshing ideas?) and "a Yoga Game" (balanceboard, anyone?)
I for one welcome the lords of new gaming ideas...where's my mouse and keyboard, I need some frags to forget this. :D
Stewb 14th June 2010, 12:31 Quote
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Originally Posted by Bakes
Even if it's not mutually exclusive, it still implies that at minimum 8% of people who have heard of them want to buy Natal or Move, and at maximum 14% do.

In terms of only gamers having heard of it, that's unsurprising, but what is surprising is that such a large percentage of what we can assume to be the more hardcore gamers ie who would know about Natal actually want it.

I don't imagine the survey has that result.

I imagine the survey went like this:

Do you know what natal/move is?

If so, would you buy it?

So that 8% of people who would buy natal are 8% of people who know what it is. Not 8% of everyone surveyed. Though that is just speculation and I don't know.
steveo_mcg 14th June 2010, 12:44 Quote
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Originally Posted by Xir
Microsoft announces Project NATAL to be named Kinect
Natal to Kinect german
Showed off a lightsabergame :D , a petting zoo :|, MTV Dance Central Kinetic Sport (where do they get these new, refreshing ideas?) and "a Yoga Game" (balanceboard, anyone?)
I for one welcome the lords of new gaming ideas...where's my mouse and keyboard, I need some frags to forget this. :D

A good lightsaber game would probably sell these things by the million...
l3v1ck 15th June 2010, 21:23 Quote
I wouldn't buy a new current console for this, but it may influence me when the next generation consoles come out in a few years.
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