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#394373 - 06/20/13 01:28 PM Re: PS4 vs. Xbox One [Re: ClubNeon]
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Originally Posted By: ClubNeon
The only thing motion gaming is good for is dancing. There it has a real 1:1 mapping with the actual activity it's trying to mimic. There is no other action that we humans perform where the point is to move our hands and touch nothing. Every movement we make is to either touch or avoid another object. Trying to simulate any action where we'd touch something, by instead having us touch air is counter to any sort of immersion.

I'll agree that not actually touching something makes it weird. That's why I'd still like to see genre-specific input devices that the Kinect is simply supporting. Of course, this fragments the audience, too.
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#394377 - 06/20/13 02:28 PM Re: PS4 vs. Xbox One [Re: BlueJays1]
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I just really don't like the fact they're making consumers pay for and use the Kinect, even if they don't want to. All in all, Microsoft's attitude about the Xbox One has been very childish. A quote like, "Fortunately we have a product for people who aren’t able to get some form of connectivity. It’s called Xbox 360," really turned me off.

I'm just glad having no backwards compatibility has freed me up to persue other options.
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#394379 - 06/20/13 03:42 PM Re: PS4 vs. Xbox One [Re: Bayne]
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... I see what Microsoft is trying to do with their new machine if you want an do-all box, but having to ungulate around the room just to start playing a game is not something I want to be forced to do...

Good point. Who wants to imitate a big horned sheep just to get their game console to load a game. wink

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#394387 - 06/20/13 07:52 PM Re: PS4 vs. Xbox One [Re: BlueJays1]
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I wasn't a fan of motion gaming at all and the Kinect didn't appeal to me with the Xbox 360. But what MS is doing with the advancements in the tech and integration where it is acting just as an accent or extension to the controller is the way to go. Sure there will be a few Kinect eccentric games. I just won't buy those. Xbox still develops towards the hardcore gamers. The Xbox One is also going to be a superior multi-media machine and the ability to control everything through voice commands is an interesting concept.

I can get aboard this.
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